Free £25 for getting HSBC Credit card. use it once in 60 days.
461°Expired

Free £25 for getting HSBC Credit card. use it once in 60 days.

23
Found 20th Sep 2017
£25 cashbackWe are offering £25 cashback to new HSBC 32 Month Balance Transfer Credit Card customers who apply for this card by 1 October 2017 and use it to either spend or balance transfer at least £100 within 60 days of opening the card account.
  • 0% interest on balance transfers for 32 months*Applies on balances transferred within the first 60 days of account opening
  • 1.4% fee applies on Balance Transfers (minimum £5)Applies on balances transferred within the first 60 days of account opening*
  • 0% interest on purchases for 3 months*
Community Updates
HSBC Deals

Groups

23 Comments
Thanks op
i am sure you have to have an account with HSBC before you can get the credit card!!
Applied. Thanks op
I would prefer amazon platinum credit card with £10 promotion and .5% cashback.
As soon as you have 1000 points you will get 10 voucher in amazon account.

Other nationwide and aqua reward give once in year cashback.
picky66617 h, 50 m ago

i am sure you have to have an account with HSBC before you can get the …i am sure you have to have an account with HSBC before you can get the credit card!!



The website has a link to apply for "New to HSBC" customers and one for "Existing HSBC customers".
thank you
Just applied, thanks op
Nothing special about this deal as it's normal to get cashback on credit cards:

topcashback.co.uk/sea…ard
Is it really worth possibly negatively effecting your credit rating for £25???
GlesgaNed1 h, 20 m ago

Is it really worth possibly negatively effecting your credit rating for …Is it really worth possibly negatively effecting your credit rating for £25???

Just to let u know credit rating is a myth. Every lender got different criterias which has nothing to do with credit rating. As long as u keep payments in line all well.
I apply for a card whenever there is an offer and used various at same time for stoozing and never got rejected.
GlesgaNed1 h, 25 m ago

Is it really worth possibly negatively effecting your credit rating for …Is it really worth possibly negatively effecting your credit rating for £25???

I thought credit rating is only negatively affected if you don’t keep up with payments etc?
It can make lenders look like you are desperate for cash if you apply for many credit cards over a short period of time but after 6/12 month it doesn't show up so unless you are planning a mortgage application within the next year it's fine
When do you receive the £25?
When you apply or once you've made a purchase or balance transfer?
Any cashback for every transaction? Like Amazon card offer .5% cashback.
akGTR7 h, 27 m ago

I thought credit rating is only negatively affected if you don’t keep up w …I thought credit rating is only negatively affected if you don’t keep up with payments etc?

Thats the primary point of credit ratings so alert other lenders if you dont pay back your current or previous credits
Voted hot... On a side note I use to bank with HSBC and its partners First direct who unfortunately defaulted me for not using my bank account and using the agreed overdraft they subsequently asked for thier money back as I wasn't using the account I was going through difficult times financially than but they referred me to a debt collection agency who assured me that I I will be NOT BE defaulted if I pay back the money which I did in couple installments unknown to me years later I found out that they did actually default me hence the reason I had trouble getting credit I filled several complaints to first direct but never was resolved the default finally dropped off my file couple years ago. Time to recuperate some of the that loss with this.
Edited by: "MasterSol" 28th Sep 2017
Statement came 6 Nov.. its now 12 Nov... no sign of my £25.
Edited by: "RowanDDR" 12th Nov 2017
RowanDDR38 m ago

Statement came 6 Nov.. its now 12 Nov... no sign of my £25.


Waiting for mine as well, you rang them yet? Probably given as credit on next month bill I reckon
I'll call them if nothing by 14 Nov.
I've just rang them,it will be credited to your credit card within 60 days of criteria being met.
Still nada.
RowanDDR15 m ago

Still nada.


I got mine credited on my statement, spent the 25 on petrol then closed account
Lucky you. I spent 40mins on the phone to their overseas "helpline" this evening trying to resolve. The lady was saying I didn't open the account before 1 Oct. I kindly reminded her that the terms of the offer state that I must "apply" rather than "open" the account account prior to 1 Oct, to qualify. Not my fault if it took them 2 days to send me the credit agreement after I applied. She is scheduled to call me back tomorrow after speaking to their underwriters... lol what a saga. Talk about dismal customer service..
Edited by: "RowanDDR" 15th Dec 2017
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text