Free British Cycling Membership for HSBC current account holders
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Free British Cycling Membership for HSBC current account holders

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Expires on 30/12/2019Posted 16th Jun
All HSBC current account holders can get 12 month free membership to British cycling. This is worth £24. Offer needs to be redeemed by 31-12-19. Membership gets you discounts, bike service, priority tickets among other offers.

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This offer was posted a month or so back on here, it's either free Fan level membership or a discount on the next tier up. It actually turned out in the end that it was a generic code that was pretty easy to work out.

hotukdeals.com/dea…676
How do I redeem my free membership?
If you have an HSBC UK current account, simply follow these steps to activate your membership:

1. Visit the British Cycling membership page and choose 'Buy Now'
2. Complete your personal details on the registration form and select the membership level you would like
3. Please make sure you leave the 'Gift Voucher' box empty
4. Continue to the final (payment) page and insert the first six digits of your debit card number (the long number on the front of your card) in the 'Promotional Code' box and click 'Apply'
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Great spot!
Billilo16/06/2019 16:03

Looks to be only 1/3 …Looks to be only 1/3 off?https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/search/article/20161221-HSBC-UK-British-Cycling-membership-offer-0


That offer is for employees, I can not see the offer for account holders
Hope it's true but can find it on HSBC site
Billilo16/06/2019 16:03

Looks to be only 1/3 …Looks to be only 1/3 off?https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/search/article/20161221-HSBC-UK-British-Cycling-membership-offer-0


hsbc.co.uk/spo…ng/
How do I redeem my free membership?
If you have an HSBC UK current account, simply follow these steps to activate your membership:

1. Visit the British Cycling membership page and choose 'Buy Now'
2. Complete your personal details on the registration form and select the membership level you would like
3. Please make sure you leave the 'Gift Voucher' box empty
4. Continue to the final (payment) page and insert the first six digits of your debit card number (the long number on the front of your card) in the 'Promotional Code' box and click 'Apply'
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Does this include first direct?
This offer was posted a month or so back on here, it's either free Fan level membership or a discount on the next tier up. It actually turned out in the end that it was a generic code that was pretty easy to work out.

hotukdeals.com/dea…676
Haircut_10016/06/2019 16:47

This offer was posted a month or so back on here, it's either free Fan …This offer was posted a month or so back on here, it's either free Fan level membership or a discount on the next tier up. It actually turned out in the end that it was a generic code that was pretty easy to work out.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-british-cycling-fan-membership-for-hsbc-customers-worth-24-3220676


You have to quote your first 6 digits of bank card
MonkeyMan9016/06/2019 18:24

You have to quote your first 6 digits of bank card


And they all start with the same 6 digits which is very convenient
Haircut_10016/06/2019 19:18

And they all start with the same 6 digits which is very convenient


What are they?
Haircut_10016/06/2019 19:18

And they all start with the same 6 digits which is very convenient


I have 2 accounts and they're different. Bang goes your theory.
Hammondhammond16/06/2019 20:25

What are they?


MonkeyMan9016/06/2019 20:35

I have 2 accounts and they're different. Bang goes your theory.


Read the comments in the other thread, someone said that they had found out a code that should work for everyone.
Great find, thanks OP. Signed up for the fan membership now. Wasn’t aware of this offer.
I'd heard they'd hit a brick wall with subscriptions?
Don't forget Advance members get 10% of Halfords as well.
StephenBlair16/06/2019 22:26

Don't forget Advance members get 10% of Halfords as well.


I can use that on top of cycle to work?
allen.liu16/06/2019 22:44

I can use that on top of cycle to work?


Doubtful, section states cannot be used in conjunction with any other voucher.
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.......now all you need is a cycle path in the UK to cycle on, or just go abroad, dont belong to this club and cycle for hundreds of miles on paths better maintained than UK roads
MisterNippy17/06/2019 12:15

.......now all you need is a cycle path in the UK to cycle on, or just go ….......now all you need is a cycle path in the UK to cycle on, or just go abroad, dont belong to this club and cycle for hundreds of miles on paths better maintained than UK roads


+1. Absolute joke here. Narrow, overgrown, often more pothiole than path.On the odd occasion they are the minimum 2m recommended width they are used as car parks.

Absolute joke compared to every country I have cycled in in Europe. The design standards are there but totally ignored. Council designers have never ridden a bike and don't realise bikes can't make 90 degree turns or fit through 20cm gaps.
Haircut_10016/06/2019 16:47

This offer was posted a month or so back on here, it's either free Fan …This offer was posted a month or so back on here, it's either free Fan level membership or a discount on the next tier up. It actually turned out in the end that it was a generic code that was pretty easy to work out.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-british-cycling-fan-membership-for-hsbc-customers-worth-24-3220676


I think the real value in BC membership is the liability insurance, for which you'll need the Commute (doesn't cover leisure riding!) or Ride level of membership, so if you actually cycle anywhere, take advantage of the discount rather than the free level!
The OP mentioned you get servicing as part of the membership but cannot see that anywhere on the membership page. Could someone direct me to it please?
TipsyNurse17/06/2019 12:53

+1. Absolute joke here. Narrow, overgrown, often more pothiole than …+1. Absolute joke here. Narrow, overgrown, often more pothiole than path.On the odd occasion they are the minimum 2m recommended width they are used as car parks.Absolute joke compared to every country I have cycled in in Europe. The design standards are there but totally ignored. Council designers have never ridden a bike and don't realise bikes can't make 90 degree turns or fit through 20cm gaps.


Fully agree, definitly on of the worst country to cycle.
already posted there:hotukdeals.com/dea…676

And you can have a free third party liability there: laka.co.uk/per…ity


So cold for me (annoying to have the same item posted multiple times)
boiteacourrier17/06/2019 13:40

Fully agree, definitly on of the worst country to cycle.


I'm guessing that's why many cyclists choose (or have to) use pedestrian paths..
Edited by: "reckoning" 17th Jun
reckoning17/06/2019 14:55

I'm guessing that's why many cyclists choose (or have to) use pedestrian …I'm guessing that's why many cyclists choose (or have to) use pedestrian paths..


Wish they would...
I love cycling! But some of these ignorant as*^%#% cycling in rows 4, acting like there on the tour de france with no regard to other road users,and then flip the bird at you because you didn’t give enough room to pass them because their taking up most the road in the first place !!!!!!!
Edited by: "Creatzy" 17th Jun
Creatzy17/06/2019 15:08

Wish they would...I love cycling! But some of these ignorant as*^%#% …Wish they would...I love cycling! But some of these ignorant as*^%#% cycling in rows 4, acting like there on the tour de france with no regard to other road users,and then flip the bird at you because you didn’t give enough room to pass them because their taking up most the road in the first place !!!!!!!


Do the exclamation marks represent the width of cyclists?
Done Sorted! + heat
Creatzy17/06/2019 15:08

Wish they would...I love cycling! But some of these ignorant as*^%#% …Wish they would...I love cycling! But some of these ignorant as*^%#% cycling in rows 4, acting like there on the tour de france with no regard to other road users,and then flip the bird at you because you didn’t give enough room to pass them because their taking up most the road in the first place !!!!!!!


I don't do club rides but I don't get why drivers get wound up about cyclists riding two abreast. Surely they are easier to overtake because they are half as long? The only time I have seen drivers given the finger is when they overtake in a blatantly stupid place, e.g. approaching a blind bend, with an oncoming car, etc. Perhaps if you have had a car try and force their way into your group because they've misjudged an overtake you'd get annoyed about it too. Bad enough as a single rider, I can tell you from experience the instinct of drivers is always to crush a cyclist rather than have a head on crash.

I'd rather have a thousand silent cyclists out for a ride on a Sunday then the groups of loud, aggressive, speeding motorcyclists we get around here. At least I would be able to sit in my garden and hear birdsong rather than mid life crisis attention seekers.
Edited by: "TipsyNurse" 17th Jun
Signed up to this last month, worth it for the free service at cycle republic alone (Usually £30)
Is it a free Halfords service
TipsyNurse17/06/2019 12:53

+1. Absolute joke here. Narrow, overgrown, often more pothiole than …+1. Absolute joke here. Narrow, overgrown, often more pothiole than path.On the odd occasion they are the minimum 2m recommended width they are used as car parks.Absolute joke compared to every country I have cycled in in Europe. The design standards are there but totally ignored. Council designers have never ridden a bike and don't realise bikes can't make 90 degree turns or fit through 20cm gaps.


In currently looking at changing my road bike to mountain just to ride on the roads, like a jigsaw puzzle they've been patched up so many times
Haircut_10016/06/2019 19:18

And they all start with the same 6 digits which is very convenient


The first 4 digits are standard all hsbc has same number the next two could be random
Brilliant. Thanks op! 🏼
TipsyNurse17/06/2019 16:17

I don't do club rides but I don't get why drivers get wound up about …I don't do club rides but I don't get why drivers get wound up about cyclists riding two abreast. Surely they are easier to overtake because they are half as long? The only time I have seen drivers given the finger is when they overtake in a blatantly stupid place, e.g. approaching a blind bend, with an oncoming car, etc. Perhaps if you have had a car try and force their way into your group because they've misjudged an overtake you'd get annoyed about it too. Bad enough as a single rider, I can tell you from experience the instinct of drivers is always to crush a cyclist rather than have a head on crash.I'd rather have a thousand silent cyclists out for a ride on a Sunday then the groups of loud, aggressive, speeding motorcyclists we get around here. At least I would be able to sit in my garden and hear birdsong rather than mid life crisis attention seekers.



2 ? 2 is perfectly fine.
Im not talking about 2, more like 4-6 all around the country roads
Edited by: "Creatzy" 17th Jun
MonkeyMan9016/06/2019 20:35

I have 2 accounts and they're different. Bang goes your theory.


The first 6 digits of a card make up the Issuer Identification Number, used to be called the Bank Identification Number.

These prefixes are publicly accessible in various databases - HSBC being a large bank has several IINs for various types of cards.
Please note - this offer does not apply to premier clients...

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