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Cashback on ISAs

Frukoz Avatar
6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
OK so I'm thinking about setting up a cash ISA for the new financial year of 2010/11 and was just wondering if you could get any cashback through quidco or TCP for such a thing.

Seeing as the maximum amount you can save is £5,100 and the best interest rate at the moment is about 3.2%, this makes about £160 interest over a year. But of course if I could grab another £50 in CB this would be a much more inspiring way to save!

Anyone know of a bank that offers cashback on ISAs

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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There are none and neither quidco or topcashback give cashback
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I went to Nationwide and opened a Champion saver, min £1000 to open account and 2.70 % interest. But its a 60 day notice account. At least you can save stightly more than Isa. No cashback.

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/savings/notice_accounts/

Its a thought anyway, Good luck.
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Cheers for the responses guys.

mike07071964
I went to Nationwide and opened a Champion saver, min £1000 to open account and 2.70 % interest. But its a 60 day notice account. At least you can save stightly more than Isa. No cashback.

http://www.nationwide.co.uk/savings/notice_accounts/

Its a thought anyway, Good luck.


Mike, the flexible Santander Cash ISA that I'm looking at is 3.2% interest:

Quick Stats. Rate: Guaranteed min. 3.2% AER for a year, always at least 2.7% above base rate. Min. Deposit: £1. Allows transfers from previous years' ISAs?: No Penalties for transferring out?: No Access: Online/Branch/Phone

Nationwide I think are very good if you have been a customer there for a while.
#4
Yes I have so its easier for me. But Santander v. good rate. Seem to give good offer at moment. I signed up and opened an account with them that gave 4%, but had to save max. £250.00 per month for 12 months. Sounded a good offer at the time. Its better than 0.1% which I was getting before.

http://www.santander.co.uk/csgs/Satellite?appID=abbey.internet.Abbeycom&canal=CABBEYCOM&cid=1210610613613&empr=Abbeycom&leng=en_GB&pagename=Abbeycom%2FPage%2FWC_ACOM_TemplateT2

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