£50 cashback for "EE pay monthly sim only contracts" via LLoyds Bank Everyday offers
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£50 cashback for "EE pay monthly sim only contracts" via LLoyds Bank Everyday offers

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Found 26th Feb
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Earn £50 Cashback when you take out any Pay Monthly SIM Only contract with EE and pay by Direct Debit. Offer expires 03/03/2018. Contracts purchased directly via ee.co.uk, an EE retail store or the EE customer services call centre will be eligible for cashback. Offer only available if you have not had an EE account in the 12 months prior to 20/01/2018. Minimum £5 spend per Direct Debit payment. Cashback will be paid at the end of the following month after your 2nd Direct Debit payment, which must be paid by 03/05/2018. Offer valid once per customer only. EE terms & conditions apply, see ee.co.uk. Subject to credit check.
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Thanks for reminding me to check. Heat added for that, and good luck to anyone who has any decent offers.
Unfortunately all I have is... cashback on my next stay at the Hilton in Africa, Middle East, or Turkey! Whoooopppeee!
Edited by: "Bestbitter" 26th Feb
Excellent if you can get them to price match too. Last week i got them to match Virgin and got 4GB 4G / unlimited calls / unlimited texts for £8pm.
this is on santander 123 also
jase.253 m ago

this is on santander 123 also


Where about is it - I have a Santander 123 account and can't find the offer? Thank you.
end of April uritu
Sophiasky41 m ago

Where about is it - I have a Santander 123 account and can't find the …Where about is it - I have a Santander 123 account and can't find the offer? Thank you.


Accounts specific - Halifax didn’t show me it on the first round when £50 offer was done last year, I then moved my Three MiFi data direct debit to my Halifax and the next round of cashback offers EE popped up, I’ve now moved my EE 12m mobile sim direct debit to Halifax to get the £50

i dont even really use my Halifax Account, a few contactless payments a month - it’s there for my 3.5% HTB ISA standing order


The first EE payment was taken 23rd Feb so I’m on track for the dates, the terms don’t state a Halifax debit card security check by EE is needed so I hope it pays out at the end of April




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Edited by: "seaniboy" 26th Feb
seaniboy22 h, 29 m ago

end of April uritu Accounts specific - Halifax didn’t show me it on the f …end of April uritu Accounts specific - Halifax didn’t show me it on the first round when £50 offer was done last year, I then moved my Three MiFi data direct debit to my Halifax and the next round of cashback offers EE popped up, I’ve now moved my EE 12m mobile sim direct debit to Halifax to get the £50 i dont even really use my Halifax Account, a few contactless payments a month - it’s there for my 3.5% HTB ISA standing order The first EE payment was taken 23rd Feb so I’m on track for the dates, the terms don’t state a Halifax debit card security check by EE is needed so I hope it pays out at the end of April [Image]


I had this in November when I moved to EE, cash back paid without any issues, TCB on the other hand, I've had to get them to explain why it's been declined.
lanceuppercut1 h, 50 m ago

I had this in November when I moved to EE, cash back paid without any …I had this in November when I moved to EE, cash back paid without any issues, TCB on the other hand, I've had to get them to explain why it's been declined.


I’ve started excluding cashback when calculating costs from Q/TCB personally, it’s a bonus if it pays out, but do I want to pay X amount without it, nope!
seaniboy27th Feb

I’ve started excluding cashback when calculating costs from Q/TCB p …I’ve started excluding cashback when calculating costs from Q/TCB personally, it’s a bonus if it pays out, but do I want to pay X amount without it, nope!


I'm starting to think that way too, though the bank cashback is solid, I should get onto TCB and give them a little poke and find out what's going on.
deleted579591st Mar

not always..they did a 20% cashback for Disney store last month, i bought …not always..they did a 20% cashback for Disney store last month, i bought some items and Disney charged my card for a purchase of £2 odd and then a 2nd charge for the remaining £70+ Halifax would only pay on the first £2 transaction and said it was for one purchase in the month not an accumulative.


That's just Disney screwing you I've never had a purchase be charged in that way so that's news to me.
seaniboy26th Feb

end of April uritu Accounts specific - Halifax didn’t show me it on the f …end of April uritu Accounts specific - Halifax didn’t show me it on the first round when £50 offer was done last year, I then moved my Three MiFi data direct debit to my Halifax and the next round of cashback offers EE popped up, I’ve now moved my EE 12m mobile sim direct debit to Halifax to get the £50 i dont even really use my Halifax Account, a few contactless payments a month - it’s there for my 3.5% HTB ISA standing order The first EE payment was taken 23rd Feb so I’m on track for the dates, the terms don’t state a Halifax debit card security check by EE is needed so I hope it pays out at the end of April [Image]


Whoop! cashback went in yesterday, all for moving a Direct Debit from TSB to Halifax - £50 for nowt
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