Get up to £240 when you switch to an HSBC Advance Bank Account and take up our Save Together offer
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Get up to £240 when you switch to an HSBC Advance Bank Account and take up our Save Together offer

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Found 23rd Jul 2015
***HOPE MAY HELP SOME ONE*** NOT FOR EVERY ONE.

PLS APPRECIATE MY EFFORT BY NOT VOTING COLD IF ITS NOT FOR YOU..THANKS

Important Information - Up to £240 when you switch to an HSBC Advance Bank Account and take up our Save Together offer
1) To be eligible for the HSBC Advance Bank Account you must be over 18 and pay in at least £1,750 into your account each month (or a minimum of £10,500 every six months) not including internal transfers. Applications are subject to status and internal checks.
2) £120 switching offer applies to applications received up to 31/08/2015, limited to one per customer or joint relationship on eligible HSBC Advance Bank Accounts. You must switch using CASS within two months of opening your account. To qualify you must not already hold an existing HSBC current account. We will make one Offer Payment of £120 within 100 days of your HSBC Advance Bank Account being opened.
3) To be eligible for Save Together, you must be an HSBC Advance Bank Account customer, hold an HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA and meet the minimum payment requirements. To receive the full £120 you must maintain this for the full 12 month term. Please consider whether the HSBC Loyalty Cash ISA product is appropriate for your needs.
4) We reserve the right to withdraw these offers at any time. Offers available to UK residents only (excluding Channel Isles and Isle of Man).

7 Comments

Been doing this for 3 months (the isa part, was already customer), free money, was opening isa anyway, pay in £25/month, they give me £10/month (and interest).40% on a savings account? Yes please.

The SANTANDER 123 Currect account needs
funding with just £500 per month. You earn 3%
interest on up to £20,000. Credit given for some
spending and a £2 month fee. In pocket by £500
per year.

If you can only have one bank account and have £20k to put into then the Santander 123 account is great. But why not have the HSBC account too? And the TSB 5%

crumpetman

If you can only have one bank account and have £20k to put into then the … If you can only have one bank account and have £20k to put into then the Santander 123 account is great. But why not have the HSBC account too? And the TSB 5%



And Lloyds and Halifax and Barclays ................it is not difficult once you set it up and it becomes a recurring income every month without needing to do anything!

OP this has already been posted so.......!
Edited by: "AstalaVista" 23rd Jul 2015

Doesn't santander have to maintain a balance of 1000+ to earn interest and has a fee with cashback only on certain expenses?
(Not looked fully, just curious)

If able to fund HSBC surely switching to get £120 and then 300 into isa to get another 120 is a decent deal...?

They are "out of stock".
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