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Nationwide Mortgages 1.24%

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I think people have already spoke about this. But I have been amazed by this building society. I switched my mortgage from Natwest (I was paying around £495 per month) to nationwide and my monthly pay…
I think people have already spoke about this. But I have been amazed by this building society. I switched my mortgage from Natwest (I was paying around £495 per month) to nationwide and my monthly pay…
razk2k16 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago56 Comments
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M_z
sniperpenguin
Be careful of using Nationwide if you ever want to consider letting out your property in the future.
There is a component called "Consent to Let" whereby you ask permission from your lender to rent out your property for a short time (say you move away, or life event, or simply move and want to keep the existing property). It is used regularly, especially if you dont yet have enough equity to move to a BTL mortgage.
Usual practise is the bank to either:
1. say yes in exchange for caveats (say, no DSS etc)
2. charge a nominal fee for admin (say £100) and issue you a cert. Some do it free.
Nationwide, on the other hand, throw a 1% penalty onto your mortgage rate for consent to let, and can cost thousands..... Beware.

So their mortgages are to fund the purchase of a house you want to actually live in, otherwise you get a 1% penalty? Don't see a problem with that myself. If "you dont yet have enough equity to move to a BTL mortgage" you probably shouldn't be a landlord.


​we're going to rent our home and move to Switzerland. the advice from sniper penguin is extremely helpful for us as we are looking to remortgage in April.
dannyshep
bbsutton
i am more intrigued by the fact you are paying £345 :D for your mortgage , where do you live :D
I pay 268 :) live up norf it's cheaper
i really need to move, our mortgage is killing us ..sigh

Edited By: bbsutton on Feb 22, 2017 09:50
its a joke,
dont get yourself in a knot over it...

FREEZIN_WOLF
bbsutton
i am more intrigued by the fact you are paying £345 :D for your mortgage , where do you live :D
What an idiotic comment.
The poster could have a released equity, could have bought years ago or any number of other reasons.
Your comment is extremely naive.
cliosport65
AnnaMak
Just did a calculation, could potentially be saving near £200 a month. Roll on next 6 months when current deal finishes!!
​Interest rate would have gone up by then :D

doubt that, rates are due to go down :p

Edited By: AnnaMak on Feb 19, 2017 09:21: .
AnnaMak
Just did a calculation, could potentially be saving near £200 a month. Roll on next 6 months when current deal finishes!!


​Interest rate would have gone up by then :D
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Nationwide FlexDirect Current Account - 5% interest up to £2,500 for 12 months

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Just saw the 3% tesco current account go hot, so thought this one was worth a mention too. Great current account if you dont mind doing your banking online. 5% on balances up to £2,500 for first 1…
Just saw the 3% tesco current account go hot, so thought this one was worth a mention too. Great current account if you dont mind doing your banking online. 5% on balances up to £2,500 for first 1…
paza12 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago122 Comments
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dodoegg1
are you sure you've got the name of the account correct? Im logged in on Nationwide right now and checked the accounts that can be open. The only 5% account I can find is;
Flexclusive Regular Saver
If you are a Nationwide main current account customer*, our Flexclusive Regular Saver offers our highest instant access savings rate. Could this be just the encouragement you need to start saving?
Flexclusive Regular Saver lets you increase your balance by up to £500 each month for 12 months, with the reassurance of unlimited instant access to your money and easy management online, via our Mobile Banking app, or in branch.
How on earth do I find the one you've put in this deal?

If you click on Get at the top of the page it takes you there or Click here
are you sure you've got the name of the account correct? Im logged in on Nationwide right now and checked the accounts that can be open. The only 5% account I can find is;

Flexclusive Regular Saver

If you are a Nationwide main current account customer*, our Flexclusive Regular Saver offers our highest instant access savings rate. Could this be just the encouragement you need to start saving?

Flexclusive Regular Saver lets you increase your balance by up to £500 each month for 12 months, with the reassurance of unlimited instant access to your money and easy management online, via our Mobile Banking app, or in branch.

How on earth do I find the one you've put in this deal?
Opened 3 accounts. 1 for Mrs, 1 for me & a joint.Re-read posts and realised i could have capitalised on the refer a friend too. face palm time now
Thar
dannyblackbeard
tom6195
dannyblackbeard
buzzard
if you pay for Flex plus you also get free worldwide travel insurance, uk breakdown cover, moile phone cover and extended cover on some purchases. Costs £10 a month but worth it for some people
Had it for a number of years. Use it for free ATM use abroad.
I thought nationwide stopped doing free atm withdrawals abroad?
Flex plus should be. It's why I originally opened the account.
See #108

It's pretty much what I said. Unless you think I opened the account on the basis of being charged abroad for ATM use.

:/
dannyblackbeard
tom6195
dannyblackbeard
buzzard
if you pay for Flex plus you also get free worldwide travel insurance, uk breakdown cover, moile phone cover and extended cover on some purchases. Costs £10 a month but worth it for some people
Had it for a number of years. Use it for free ATM use abroad.
I thought nationwide stopped doing free atm withdrawals abroad?
Flex plus should be. It's why I originally opened the account.

See #108
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10% back for Nationwide customers @ Boots

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Nationwide are running a 10% cashback offer on the first purchase at Boots for its cardholders who have registered their cards on the Nationwide Offers website. Minimum spend is £30, max cashback in £…
Nationwide are running a 10% cashback offer on the first purchase at Boots for its cardholders who have registered their cards on the Nationwide Offers website. Minimum spend is £30, max cashback in £…
gulz Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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40 days later and I finally get confirmation of my cashback. Anything but simple! Grrr
You're not alone in having to chase up cashback. I am currently having to deal with customer services in the USA trying to PROVE that I have spent the money at the retailer according to the terms and conditions blah blah blah!

They have sent emails back and forth trying to verify this that and the other but they will eventually see that I have indeed qualified and they will have to pay up. Daft as the latest one is only for £x amount but I am not giving up!

Edited By: bemad on Jan 12, 2017 13:22
BobMass
It took a month of emails for this Boots offer to pay out for me last time. I have now been waiting a month for a Debenhams offer to payout. Simply Rewards has managed to get it right less than 50% of the time for me. Nowhere near as reliable as Halifax cashback offers.

Agree. They didn't pay out for an adidas order I made last year. Took many, many emails for them to eventually pay out. The guy dealing with it even tried to say at one point it was not a genuine purchase....what does that mean despite sending on the adidas invoice? For them to finally pay out I had to photoshop two screenshots of my order and then they grudingly paid out. Pretty ridiculous, all for the sake of £15 - they probably wasted more than that putting the time in to investigate it!
I've used this three times since October, twice on-line which they honoured and once in store which I have had to chase as it did not track, that was the 27th November so I wonder if they were having problems about that time. I've just had a look and it is not on my account, luckily I don't need anything so it has stopped me making an impulse purchase ;).

Edited By: kooks65 on Jan 12, 2017 09:52
Yes they have requested info from me with the requested info quoted at the bottom of their email!
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Nationwide - 5% savings rate!!! Flexsaver

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5% regular savings for Nationwide main account holders. Unlike some banks which limit monthly deposits to £250, Nationwide let their customers save £500 a month so you could get £6,000 in here over a
5% regular savings for Nationwide main account holders. Unlike some banks which limit monthly deposits to £250, Nationwide let their customers save £500 a month so you could get £6,000 in here over a
MarioMan Avatar2m, 13h agoFound 2 months, 13 hours ago61 Comments
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Slightly off subject but worth noting. Nationwide have removed the free travel insurance for new applications for their FlexAccount from the 15th December 2016. Existing account holders keep this benefit. LINK
I'm not really interested in the current accounts themselves (Although I did get healthy switch incentives for opening each one)

But most of these 5% regular saver account are a perk for customers holding a current account.

Any money hitting a regular saver stays their.

Basically start with a big amount (at least to me), my pay.

Move it into a current account then to another then another. Each time it moves a little comes off and goes into a regular saver where it stays for a year.

A lot of the current accounts have minimum pay in a month. So if you don't put £1000 in m&s you don't get a monthly £10 gift card. if you don't put £1000 in first direct they'll charge you£10. If you don't put £1750 in HSBC I think they close your account.
EMM386
I do income into HSBC (must be minimum of £1750 pay in) [got £150 switch incentive]
£250 to their 5% Regular Saver

£1350 to First Direct (must be minimum of £1000 pay in) [got £100 switch incentive]
£300 to their 5% Regular Saver

£1050 to M&S (must be minimum of £1000 pay in) [got £100 voucher switch incentive + £10 a month]
£250 to their 5% Regular Saver

£800 to Coop (must be minimum of £800 pay in) [got £150 switch incentive £4 a month]
£250 to Leeds Building Society (3.05% closing in Feb due to rate change)

£550 to Nationwide [will have got a switch incentive back in the day but can't remember what]
(got £100 for recommending my wife switch and so did she)
£500 to their 5% Regular Saver
£50 Minimum payment to my 0% purchase reward credit card


My Tesco Account holding the £6k from last years NW Regular Saver pays my wife for utility bills etc
And also does
£500 to TSB (must be minimum of £500 pay in) [will have got a switch incentive back in the day but can't remember what - £100 probably]
£250 to their 5% regular saver


​does the money not have to stay in each account that you feed for the interest? or do you just shift it around each accounts for Interest? thanks I'm abit slow at all this.
dozstanford
My mum opened up one of these last year and the 5% introductory rate ends soon and I was wondering what happens next. From what I recall the interest rate drops to 2.xx% so do you have to cancel the account and open a new one or is it just an introductory offer only ?


You can open a new one but are limited to £500 p/m again
a tesco savings account does transfer via direct debit. setup £1 to transfer regularly. check money-saving expert for details
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10% back on next purchase at New Look and Shoeaholics @ Simply Rewards by Nationwide + possible extra 10/12% via quidco/tcb

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Could add up to a nice little chunk returned especially when teamed up with cashback from quidco/topcashback (another possible 10/12% back)
Could add up to a nice little chunk returned especially when teamed up with cashback from quidco/topcashback (another possible 10/12% back)
Apogee00 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago13 Comments
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bluecityste
boots purchases never track, be careful
Through Nationwide rewards you mean? I'm in conflab with them at the moment chasing up a Boots purchase. They sent me an email asking me to confirm store, date, amount details etc but I'd already sent it and it was actually quoted at the bottom of their email!
that's Boots the chemist btw, not Boots from New Look lol
boots purchases never track, be careful
Bought the missis some boots for xmas from new look original price £39.99 30% code took them down to £27.99 then 10% cashback via nationwide rewards and another 5% back via wow points scheme in work result!
fish323
fresia
How does this work please? I'm a nationwide select credit card and select plus account holder...x
To be sure make sure you go via the link on the Nationwide site. They have always paid out for me.

Not necessary for most deals unless it specifically says you need to , by going through the NW link you may very well miss out on any TCB / Quidco tracking so I would suggest you do your maths first to work out the best one to click through. Most , like I say will track on both and NW have always paid out for me too.

Edited By: rooney10 on Dec 08, 2016 15:23
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NationWide FlexDirect Current Account 5.00%

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This is a long standing offer for SAVERS from Nationwide. So it's more of a fyi deal for those who are not aware. Nothing Black or Friday about this offer. Starved of any decent interest rates on
This is a long standing offer for SAVERS from Nationwide. So it's more of a fyi deal for those who are not aware. Nothing Black or Friday about this offer. Starved of any decent interest rates on
playdumb Avatar3m, 5d agoFound 3 months, 5 days ago41 Comments
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If anyone else needs one, please pm me I would be happy to split anything I get as a result
Gannet
Anyone want to refer me?

Sure I will
Anyone want to refer me?
I tried a couple month ago but failed the credit check :(
I got get me1 a these
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2 year fixed rate fee free nationwide mortgage

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2 year fixed rate fee free mortgage for a First Time Buyer with £500 cashback (+£250 if you are nationwide current account holder) Initial rate: 2.79% LTV 90% Arrangement £0 Arrangement…
2 year fixed rate fee free mortgage for a First Time Buyer with £500 cashback (+£250 if you are nationwide current account holder) Initial rate: 2.79% LTV 90% Arrangement £0 Arrangement…
i_am_kk Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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That's brilliant as they only give me 0,25% interest on my money
jackvdbuk
how do you work out the eqiv rate with cashback inlcuded? (working out who is best for me too!)
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/mortgages/mortgage-rate-calculator#results
lanc1979
Cash back will reduce the equivalent rate dependent on amount and length of repayment period of each person, so please don't state that it's equivalent of 2.50% as it won't be for everyone. Some will be on a higher equivalent rate, some lower.
You are right, It was below 2.5% to me. I have amended the post. thanks for pointing it out!
Cash back will reduce the equivalent rate dependent on amount and length of repayment period of each person, so please don't state that it's equivalent of 2.50% as it won't be for everyone. Some will be on a higher equivalent rate, some lower.
This spread
jackvdbuk
how do you work out the eqiv rate with cashback inlcuded? (working out who is best for me too!)

This spreadsheet is quite useful for mortgage comparisons: http://locostfireblade.co.uk/spreadsheet/Index.html
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Boots - 10% back on your next purchase of £30 or more at Nationwide Simply Rewards

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To redeem this offer, you will need to spend a minimum of £30.00 at Boots, including taxes and after any discounts. Offer valid in-store or online for one purchase with a maximum cashback of £10.00.
To redeem this offer, you will need to spend a minimum of £30.00 at Boots, including taxes and after any discounts. Offer valid in-store or online for one purchase with a maximum cashback of £10.00.
dhr Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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got this - may see what gift cards Boots has to offer instore
gutted. mine says £5 off £60 spent
Cheers!!
jiawen
Are you getting this by email or post , thanks
via email....registered nationwide debit card on the simply rewards website
Are you getting this by email or post , thanks
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Nationwide 10 Year Fixed @ 2.59/2.69%

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Nationwide seem to have followed suit and dropped their rates following the recent interest drop. Now at 2.59% with a £999 fee or 2.69% no fee. LTV is 60%. May be of interest for existing customers wh…
Nationwide seem to have followed suit and dropped their rates following the recent interest drop. Now at 2.59% with a £999 fee or 2.69% no fee. LTV is 60%. May be of interest for existing customers wh…
mattymatmatson Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago62 Comments
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The rate now is lower at 2.59/2.69
Sounds like an interesting deal from Coventry building society, I haven't come across another that matches it.
wild_quinine
JJBDude

So personally I wouldn't go for this 10 year deal. I can understand the safety of it but it's just not for me.
You do understand that your interest rate can't actually get much lower than this, right? And that you can't go back in time and pay less for your house either?
I'm not saying there will be no better deals, because I think we might see this one pipped yet, but there's not going to be much in it: the deals literally cannot get significantly better without there being no point in lending you the money, so there really is no great risk of missing out by fixing in now.

There's better deals at 60% LTV though right? Probably isn't much better though to be fair.

Ultimately I want to pay the least amount of interest as possible and getting a 10 year deal will always result in spending more on interest. Keep up the overpayments and I doubt I will ever be worse off as even if interest rates do rise it will surely not counter out the interest I saved over getting a shorter deal (and subsequently knocking more off on the capital I owe).
afly
ukscoob1
Why would you fix now? Rates arent going up anytime soon. I've just opted as a FTB for a 2 year 1.7% variable tracker no fees at all and can switch to fixed at anytime IF I decide I need to within those two years. Each to their own situations though obviously.
It's not just about the interest rate though. We are (supposedly) about to leave the EU and they've just commissioned 7,000 houses to be built on my back door. It's possible my house might be worth significantly less in the next few years than it is now and that may put me out of reach of the LTV needed to get these rates.
It's all a bit of a gamble no matter which way you try and play it :| So far it's the bat sh*t crazy do nothing approach* that's proved the most successful
*of which I am a member :D

We're not leaving the EU for at least 2 years. Fact.

New builds in and around Plymouth have actually pushed up house prices of those surrounding over the last 5 years as they've improved the area with the new development - so yours may not drop at all.

Do nothing and wait and see is safe. If I wasn't just getting on the ladder (and have been trying to for a year) I would potentially wait, but I'm not going to after all this effort so far.

Good luck to you! Rates from lenders will only get lower for the next year or so. Base rate may even get cut to 0% if it all looks gloomy and then it'll be even better rates.

2 years + who knows but by then I will be switching to a new mortgage if I haven't already so future me can deal with that then.
JJBDude

So personally I wouldn't go for this 10 year deal. I can understand the safety of it but it's just not for me.

You do understand that your interest rate can't actually get much lower than this, right? And that you can't go back in time and pay less for your house either?

I'm not saying there will be no better deals, because I think we might see this one pipped yet, but there's not going to be much in it: the deals literally cannot get significantly better without there being no point in lending you the money, so there really is no great risk of missing out by fixing in now.
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Free £500 currys gift card when take out home mortgage - see details @ Halifax

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Nationwide deal - Halifax Get £500 currys gift card - available to 1st time buyers and home movers who complete on a qualifying mortgage Apply between 20/06/16 to 14/08/16
Nationwide deal - Halifax Get £500 currys gift card - available to 1st time buyers and home movers who complete on a qualifying mortgage Apply between 20/06/16 to 14/08/16
coolio28 Avatar8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago4 Comments
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Can anyone post some sort of direct link?
I'm waiting for a nationwide mortgage to complete and I get £500 cash back on completion.
500-750 cash back at virgin money mortgages
what curry do you get
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cheap loan good mutual and can be a shareholder etc etc

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Personal Loans Get a low loan rate in minutes 4.6 % APR Representative (fixed) Main content of page below With a Nationwide Personal Loan you could benefit from: Low loan rate Of 4.6% APR R…
Personal Loans Get a low loan rate in minutes 4.6 % APR Representative (fixed) Main content of page below With a Nationwide Personal Loan you could benefit from: Low loan rate Of 4.6% APR R…
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i think i read that the lowest rate is 3.2% with ikano loans but nationwide will match the lowest rate you can get and cut it by 0.5% so 2.7% loan. check moneysavingexpert website for info info here
I don't get where the 4.6 % comes from. It says 3.4% on their website...
In eu they have negative interest rates.
So maybe in theory they pay you to take a loan
Mogolent
james02
there are cheaper loans out there for £7,500 - £15,000 especially if you have a good credit rating - M&S, Barclays - all around the 3.1-3.7% mark
Barclays??? 4.9% lowest
Barclays goes down to around 3.5% I believe.

Edited By: A2DY_ on Jun 21, 2016 20:09
james02
there are cheaper loans out there for £7,500 - £15,000 especially if you have a good credit rating - M&S, Barclays - all around the 3.1-3.7% mark


Barclays??? 4.9% lowest
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smart limited access account (children's saver) from nationwide building society. earn upto 3% interest on balances of £1.00 to £50k!

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Doesn't exactly look like a new deal, however if you're looking for a low risk investment alternative, and don't fancy the 1,2,3 account from Santander (especially as this covers over twice the invest…
Doesn't exactly look like a new deal, however if you're looking for a low risk investment alternative, and don't fancy the 1,2,3 account from Santander (especially as this covers over twice the invest…
FTOdude170 Avatar9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago9 Comments
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Good safe rate but such a waste of £50k over five years. Could be invested better elsewhere.
Where is it best to invest it?
That's what financial advisors are for.

If you do have £50k to play with, then do your homework and make a lot more than £8k over 5 years.

BTW there is a low limit that children's accounts have before tax is due at the parent's rate.
LesD
FTOdude170
LesD
Yikes.....I wouldn't come to HUKD for 'expert' advice on washing machines let alone investments!!!
thats very flattering of you, but im far from 'expert' ;-)
I would love to know where better to 'invest' at such low risk and convenience. :-)
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/child-savings-tax-free
Thanks for the reply and link.. its difficult to know which one you were referring to as being better... from what i can see almost all of them have only decent interest rates for 12 months only... and maximum £1200 per year balance.

so if you were looking to save £1200 for 12 months, then yes some of them are much better. but its not really a good comparison is it to saving £50k for say, 'x' amount of years? lol im sorry if ive missed something, please do point me in the right direction. :-)
FTOdude170
LesD
Yikes.....I wouldn't come to HUKD for 'expert' advice on washing machines let alone investments!!!
thats very flattering of you, but im far from 'expert' ;-)
I would love to know where better to 'invest' at such low risk and convenience. :-)

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/child-savings-tax-free
LesD
Yikes.....I wouldn't come to HUKD for 'expert' advice on washing machines let alone investments!!!
thats very flattering of you, but im far from 'expert' ;-)

I would love to know where better to 'invest' at such low risk and convenience. :-)
Yikes.....I wouldn't come to HUKD for 'expert' advice on washing machines let alone investments!!!
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£10 back with £50+ spend at Sunglass Hut - @ Simply Rewards by Nationwide

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To redeem this offer, you will need to spend a minimum of £50.00 at Sunglass Hut, including taxes and after any discounts. Offer valid in-store or online for one purchase. Offer not valid in outlet st…
To redeem this offer, you will need to spend a minimum of £50.00 at Sunglass Hut, including taxes and after any discounts. Offer valid in-store or online for one purchase. Offer not valid in outlet st…
Apogee00 Avatar11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago3 Comments
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Good point. Wishfully read it as 07/05/2016 (as in tomorrow!) Perhaps moderators can mark this as expired...
jraf
This offer isn't appearing on any of my 3 registered cards


​ check the last sentence in description ;)
This offer isn't appearing on any of my 3 registered cards
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Greenman Gaming, 5% back on your next purchase online with Nationwide Rewards

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Expires on the 31st of March. Valid when you pay with your Nationwide card.
Expires on the 31st of March. Valid when you pay with your Nationwide card.
zyany Avatar11m, 4d agoFound 11 months, 4 days ago2 Comments
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daJago
Do you know if this will stack with the voucher codes and/or Quidco cashback?

I am not sure if it would but I don't see why not.

Do they normally stack up? Quidco and Vocher codes?... If so, maybe?
After all, this is just the method of payment.
Do you know if this will stack with the voucher codes and/or Quidco cashback?
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Recommend your friends or family to switch to a Nationwide current account and get £100 each *(see details) *Do not offer or post referrals*

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How does it work? If you're a Nationwide current account holder*, you can recommend your friends and family. You give us a few details about you and about your friend. We'll email you with more inf…
How does it work? If you're a Nationwide current account holder*, you can recommend your friends and family. You give us a few details about you and about your friend. We'll email you with more inf…
Carley Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago15 Comments
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phil001
HI,

anyone know if its still safe to go via TCB / Quidco for this?
Wouldn't want to forfeit the 2 x £100's for the sake of £25 cashback

No mention of the £100 referral on TCB / Quidco as far as i can see

cheers


Hi yes you can still use quidco. The person who recommends you will recieve an email from nationwide that they forward onto you. You apply for an account via quidco and when the switch goes through they will see you have been recommended and both parties get the £100
HI,

anyone know if its still safe to go via TCB / Quidco for this?
Wouldn't want to forfeit the 2 x £100's for the sake of £25 cashback

No mention of the £100 referral on TCB / Quidco as far as i can see

cheers
rp83
Do they send the link one has to use or use TCB and then provide friend's details in the application somewhere?
Neither. I guess NW go on the record they make of your friends name and email address when you submit the referral, so best that said friend uses the same details!

NB. TCB / Quidco is reliant on account opening being achieved wholly online per t&c. However, NW required my daughter, who already had a NW account, to attend a branch with ID. Unclear if that was an attempt to avoid cashback or incompetence, but they reconsideted after complaint via secure message.....

Edited By: RogerN on Apr 25, 2016 15:10
just read the FAQs - works for existing customers too! Just need to keep the account active for 3 months post switch date.
if you previously had a nationwide which has been recently closed.. can you reapply using the friend link as a 'new customer?' - how long do you have to be 'away' from the bank? Comments much appreciated :)
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Free Nationwide Educational Resources for aged 2 – 18+

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Nationwide Education is an award-winning independent website which educates young people aged 2 – 18+ on money, numeracy, careers, sustainability and safety in the home and on the roads, via games, fa…
Nationwide Education is an award-winning independent website which educates young people aged 2 – 18+ on money, numeracy, careers, sustainability and safety in the home and on the roads, via games, fa…
jackofall Avatar11m, 4w agoFound 11 months, 4 weeks ago6 Comments
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"... educates young people aged 2 – 18+". "Free website specifically designed for 2 – 18+ year olds". 18+?
Doesn't that read as anyone over 2 years old? Confusing coming from a from a programme aimed to educate.
I presume they mean "around" 18 / 19 years old in full time education.


​Why do you presume they mean "around" 18 / 19 years old in full time education? it clearly says "aged 2 - 18+". Am I missing something?
Thanks op. Super post .
davej1710
"... educates young people aged 2 – 18+". "Free website specifically designed for 2 – 18+ year olds". 18+?
Doesn't that read as anyone over 2 years old? Confusing coming from a from a programme aimed to educate.
I presume they mean "around" 18 / 19 years old in full time education.

Propaganda has no age restrictions.
"... educates young people aged 2 – 18+". "Free website specifically designed for 2 – 18+ year olds". 18+?
Doesn't that read as anyone over 2 years old? Confusing coming from a from a programme aimed to educate.
I presume they mean "around" 18 / 19 years old in full time education.
wow fab site will be a great one for my 7yr old heat added thanks
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£15 back on your next purchase of £60 or more for Adidas or Reebok @ Nationwide Simply Rewards.

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Exclusively available to Nationwide Visa debit and credit card customers. Go to the Simply Rewards website. Enter your email address, password, postcode and 16 digit number from your Nationwide de…
Exclusively available to Nationwide Visa debit and credit card customers. Go to the Simply Rewards website. Enter your email address, password, postcode and 16 digit number from your Nationwide de…
Jase79 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago27 Comments
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Not happy and hope it's not the same for others.

I inquired about why the £15 wasn't showing on my account. Despite sending on all the information simply rewards required about the order I made, they're trying to wriggle out of paying by saying they cannot find any evidence i made the order and therefore won't be paying the £15. I've written a strongly worded reply and will see what will happen.

However, considering I followed the instructions to the letter, I'm aggrieved especially since it's only the second time I've used them so do not expect the cashback from this lot to always pay out. Makes TCB look like angels lol.
Bought £65 of goods and the debit added to my NW account on 8th. Still no cashback added whereas the Amazon £25 credit was added the following day when NW were running that xmas promotion.

Anyone else receive their cashback or still waiting?

Edited By: cheaperbythe12 on Feb 24, 2016 12:47: damn grammar!
jonneyt
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I've tried 3 of the offers, non have paid out. I've given up chasing them as their response time is pants
best to stick to Quidco and TCB, as they at least track your order
What do you mean their response time is pants? They offer 24/7 twitter support and a 24/7 call centre - uk based too, I think.

I call BS.
took them 3 weeks to reply to a message I sent them through their cashback website
amazon and heathrow express have paid out for me that is 2 put of 2.
JohnnyUtah
boostii
You are currently only allowed to register one card per Simply Rewards account. Also all the Rewards are personalised so this deal is just for the op. I have a right load of rubbish on my Simply Rewards, its all airport parking and so on.

I have a current account and a credit card and registered both using different email addresses at Xmas to take advantage of the Amazon offer and bought two gift cards saving me £50. Have also used it for Starbucks, Toby Carvery and Argos and each time the notification email has arrived next day and cashback into the account within a couple of days on both cards.

Couldn't be any simpler.


​ok I'll register my other one on a different email address, thanks.....
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Possible 47.3% off Adidas online only for Nationwide Simply Rewards users via stacking

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*Edited for accuracy (thanks to those who pointed it out) For use with Adidas online ONLY Possible 47.3% off an Adidas order! (via 13% cashback (excluding tax see comments) + 15% discount code +…
*Edited for accuracy (thanks to those who pointed it out) For use with Adidas online ONLY Possible 47.3% off an Adidas order! (via 13% cashback (excluding tax see comments) + 15% discount code +…
leedslad83 Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago16 Comments
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Thanks for marking my work ^^, you are indeed correct. Was having a few beers while I shared this last night, obviously this wouldn't have happeed usually! ;)

Just had a look back at my Quidco records, and can confirm this worked on 2 occasions with similar Amex stacking aswell.
Thanks for the heads up on the Simply Rewards OP. Fingers crossed for Quidco but got some bargains in the sale. Heat from me.
I know 2+2 is 5 I ain't thick bruv!
jco83
The impossible maximum is 47.3% :{
It's impossible because your basket would need to total £70.5882352941 before you apply the Adidas 15% off code to make it exactly £60. In which case the £15 Nationwide cashback would equate to 21.25% of the original price.
The more you're spending the more this percentage goes down.
As for the Quidco cashback; 13% of 85% is 11.05%.
( I like maths 8) )
https://45.media.tumblr.com/93c705c0bf82a682bf149c5c7a573bea/tumblr_mkv0klQNP01rq7hhuo2_400.gif
2+2=5 innit bruv
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8% cashback at Argos for Nationwide card holders with Simply Rewards

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If you bank with Nationwide you can sign up to Simply Rewards, currently offering 8% Argos cash back with all purchases on your Visa Debit card. Other offers also available.
If you bank with Nationwide you can sign up to Simply Rewards, currently offering 8% Argos cash back with all purchases on your Visa Debit card. Other offers also available.
tetura Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago30 Comments
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JohnnyUtah
Had the 8% Argos offer showing on my page since Xmas when the Amazon offer ended. Finally used it today.

As I said, used it on Friday, email saying cashback amount will be refunded arrived Saturday.

Maybe I'm lucky so far but Amazon, Starbucks, Toby Carvery and Argos cashbacks have all worked.


Edited By: JohnnyUtah on Jan 31, 2016 13:45
nearly 10% back. loving it, with the discounted prices
Shame the product I am looking at is 20% cheaper at Amazon than Argos :(

Edited By: m1chaels on Jan 30, 2016 19:56
boostii
Had Nationwide visa debit and credit cards for years and years. Didn't know about Simply Rewards. Just signed up, none of the offers are that great, just stuff like 2% off my next meal at Harvester, nothing decent, bit disappointed :(
you've only just joined. so your offers will be limited and less than everyone else.

but you missed the main ones that were before xmas anyway, which would've meant your offers today would be on par with OP.
Great
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Nationwide 5% Gross, 4% Net Interest £500.00 pm Max, Flex regular Saver account for main current account holder

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Flexclusive Regular Saver If you are a Nationwide main current account customer*, our Flexclusive Regular Saver offers our highest instant access savings rate. Could this be just the encouragement
Flexclusive Regular Saver If you are a Nationwide main current account customer*, our Flexclusive Regular Saver offers our highest instant access savings rate. Could this be just the encouragement
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Someone correct me if I am imagining things, but I read somewhere that there is a £5/10 monthly charge from Nationwide each month you have this account? Wouldn't that wipe out all the interest earned unless you put in the maximum (or near to it) £500 each month?
I agree, its costing me £120 just to have the account, that eats into the interest that i'll see at the end of the 12 months considerably?!?
I'm intending to invest £300 per month, thats £180 interest after 12 months, or £60 net
or am i missing something (likely ahaha)
There is no monthly fee on these savings accounts!

You're right, i missed the fact you can also access their Regular Savers Account by using their FlexDirect account which has no monthly fee.
tzac4
Newbold
tzac4
Bumping my question :)
Anyone know if for this (and the first direct regular saver) if you need to set up a standing order to fund it or if it draws from the linked current account?
Thanks in advance
Instead of bumping a question that nobody's answered, have you thought of taking a look at the Nationwide website, perhaps, or maybe even asking Nationwide? :|
Absolutely I have. FD possibly suggests that it's automatic. Nationwide didn't state anything. Haven't asked the banks directly given I'm working night shifts and it's the weekend. Also I thought that experience from members who might have done or be doing this deal would be absolute and the answer would be helpful for others choosing to open an account.
If I don't get an answer I will of course check it with the bank in due course.
Thank you for the suggestionsupervision however.
Obviously you have to set up a standing order from the linked account oO
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tzac4
Bumping my question :)
Anyone know if for this (and the first direct regular saver) if you need to set up a standing order to fund it or if it draws from the linked current account?
Thanks in advance
Instead of bumping a question that nobody's answered, have you thought of taking a look at the Nationwide website, perhaps, or maybe even asking Nationwide? :|

Absolutely I have. FD possibly suggests that it's automatic. Nationwide didn't state anything. Haven't asked the banks directly given I'm working night shifts and it's the weekend. Also I thought that experience from members who might have done or be doing this deal would be absolute and the answer would be helpful for others choosing to open an account.
If I don't get an answer I will of course check it with the bank in due course.
Thank you for the suggestionsupervision however.
Thanks OP. Now to find some money to save (_;)
tzac4
Bumping my question :)
Anyone know if for this (and the first direct regular saver) if you need to set up a standing order to fund it or if it draws from the linked current account?
Thanks in advance
Instead of bumping a question that nobody's answered, have you thought of taking a look at the Nationwide website, perhaps, or maybe even asking Nationwide? :|