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Free £180 worth M&S gift card with M&S Current Account (Switch account, 4 active DD, pay in £1250 p/m for 12m)
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Free £180 worth M&S gift card with M&S Current Account (Switch account, 4 active DD, pay in £1250 p/m for 12m)

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Posted 20th Aug

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

M&S Current Account £180 M&S gift card when you switch and stay

  • £220 M&S gift card exclusively available for existing M&S Credit Card customers who switch and stay. 19.9% APR representative variable.
  • Minimum £500 arranged overdraft at account opening (subject to status). Interest rates apply.
  • Access to the high rate Monthly Saver.
  • No monthly fee.

To qualify for the first gift card (£100), you must:
  • Switch your banking within 3 months from the date you open the account
  • Complete a full switch through the Current Account Switch Service, including a minimum of four active Direct Debits

To qualify for the second gift card (£80), you must:
  • Pay in at least £1,250 a month
  • Retain four active Direct Debits
  • Register for Internet Banking within 3 months of the account being open
  • Opt for 'online only' statements
  • Stay with us for 12 months
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£100 interest free overdraft only
I was looking at bank accounts a few mins ago and searching for M&S reviews plus how to get the gift cards and your post came up

I may not be able to get the first gift card ( my bank situation is complicated and I cancelled all my dd's ) so at least I would def be able to get the £80 in time for next year Christmas , so will do some more research into customer service etc and I may keep it as my side account maybe
Service is dire be warned I joined 9 months ago they failed to pay out at the time it was three direct debits hopefully their savings account pays five per cent sstill
discount4cash20/08/2019 14:51

Service is dire be warned I joined 9 months ago they failed to pay out at …Service is dire be warned I joined 9 months ago they failed to pay out at the time it was three direct debits hopefully their savings account pays five per cent sstill



I was gonna switch to M&S awhile ago when they had a switch offer and the reviews put me off. Your experience adds to it.
NannyP20/08/2019 14:01

I was looking at bank accounts a few mins ago and searching for M&S …I was looking at bank accounts a few mins ago and searching for M&S reviews plus how to get the gift cards and your post came upI may not be able to get the first gift card ( my bank situation is complicated and I cancelled all my dd's ) so at least I would def be able to get the £80 in time for next year Christmas , so will do some more research into customer service etc and I may keep it as my side account maybe


I took a similar offer around 2 years ago. MS is the worst bank account I ever had. Their app sucks and I ended up not using it after getting all the vouchers. If you don't mind all the hussle to get the offers then go for it, but if you are looking for decent mobile banking experience then look elswhere.
Lol, the T&Cs say you can't have this reward if you've EVER had an M&S account, that's me out then.

Most of these switch deals allow you to do it again after 2 or 3 years, not M&S
Maaaan i just got me natwest account now tempted to switch to m&s

Ah well things i do for money
Andrisakins20/08/2019 16:24

I took a similar offer around 2 years ago. MS is the worst bank account I …I took a similar offer around 2 years ago. MS is the worst bank account I ever had. Their app sucks and I ended up not using it after getting all the vouchers. If you don't mind all the hussle to get the offers then go for it, but if you are looking for decent mobile banking experience then look elswhere.


I just ended up going with Monzo as it is SO easy to use!!
NannyP17/09/2019 20:57

I just ended up going with Monzo as it is SO easy to use!!


I too use Monzo as my everyday shopping account just because it's app is so well made and makes it easy to track everything, split bills and use abroad without any charges.
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