halifax bank Deals

halifax bank Deals & Discounts

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Halifax 33 months 0% BT with reduced .57% fee and £20 cashback
LOW FEE 0% BALANCE TRANSFER. 0% interest for up to 33 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. Minimum £100 balance transfer. At least 51% of customers will get 0… Read more
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Anyway to check eligibility before applying?

Got for daughter, whose Nationwide card is ending. TCB tracking link to this deal was down, but they said to do a manual cashback claim, so fingers crossed.

I was offered 3% transfer fee but doesnt say if I can get refund on the transfer fee. please can anyone confirm?

£21 topcashback to

Site seems to be down, takes you through to the start my application page but once you click that it just redirects to halifax.co.uk...
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Halifax or Lloyds £5 back for £10 spend at GiffGaff - probably account specific
I've got an offer in my Halifax online banking - worth having a look to see if you are a customer of both Halifax and GiffGaff. Earn £5 cashback when you spend £10 or more on your next payment with … Read more
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Topped up by £10 but nothing showing up in cashback after 48 hours, meh.

I just toped up £10, how do i get my money back?

Not a bad deal! I have a Halifax Clarity credit card and have just logged in but can't see where an offer like this would be..?

huh, got voted cold when i posted this deal a few months ago !

Appearing on my Santander account too.

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Get paid £22 for Halifax customers when buying EE pay monthly
Get paid £22 for customers with Halifax current accounts Halifax are offering £50 cashback with any pay monthly contract and it will be paid after the 2nd direct debit payment is collected. Log i… Read more
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sadman12019 h, 46 m ago

or just give your 30 days notice after the first bill comes so then you …or just give your 30 days notice after the first bill comes so then you will only pay 2 bills and get the cashback...


Nope, need to give 2 DD payments to receive cashback. Cannot believe this hasn't been expired, it's out and out incorrect!
Edited by: "maxcovergold" 11th Sep

maxcovergold8th Sep

You pay for your months plan in advance and DD guarantee means bills …You pay for your months plan in advance and DD guarantee means bills require three weeks noticed before being charged, so pretty much every service you can get requires paying first month on card/cash or the first charge is for two months, hence you will have to pay £41.97 minimum in order to get this cashback.This deal should be edited to show this or expired.


or just give your 30 days notice after the first bill comes so then you will only pay 2 bills and get the cashback...

hadouken88815 m ago

The first payment should count as a direct debt. Never heard of a deposit …The first payment should count as a direct debt. Never heard of a deposit for a sim only plan


You pay for your months plan in advance and DD guarantee means bills require three weeks noticed before being charged, so pretty much every service you can get requires paying first month on card/cash or the first charge is for two months, hence you will have to pay £41.97 minimum in order to get this cashback.

This deal should be edited to show this or expired.
Edited by: "maxcovergold" 8th Sep

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maxcovergold2 h, 17 m ago

That's my point, you normally have to pay first month on card (£13.99), …That's my point, you normally have to pay first month on card (£13.99), you'll then need to pay x2 DD (£27.98) before you cancel, leaving you with profit of £8.03

The first payment should count as a direct debt. Never heard of a deposit for a sim only plan

hadouken88815 h, 8 m ago

No as you need to cancel after the 2nd direct debit


That's my point, you normally have to pay first month on card (£13.99), you'll then need to pay x2 DD (£27.98) before you cancel, leaving you with profit of £8.03
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New EE contract £50 cash back via Halifax direct debit - selected accounts only
Great offer for anyone who is planning on a new EE contract via Halifax (selected accounts only) On my halifax cash back is a £50 cash back offer with new EE contracts when you set up a EE direct deb… Read more
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Wonder if this will work via Quidco and Unidays 20% off?

neither me nor mrs have it unfortunately heat added though.

Just had a look on my Santander 123 account and seen the same deal. £50 cashbook when you take any EE monthly deal!

Just bought a S8 from a deal on here last week. Will be really happy if I get this.

Thank you OP and PanagiotisRogakos

HOW exaclty do you get this??

Anyone to check or active offer?


Thanks

Heat added, just about to take out an EE contract, PS currently £70 via Quidco, nice if both payout!
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Groceries
10% off your next shop at Aldi with Halifax (possibly account specific)
Just found this on my Halifax Credit Card. Generally not too many discounts at Aldi recently. Possibly also available with other banks such as Santander. Earn 10% Cashback on your next purchase at… Read more
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Does Aidl sell giftcards?

Does this work if you activate and shope instore or is it online only?
Thanks

I'll only buy something if I want it and it's an affordable price anyway...cashback offers are just an added bonus & not a reason to spend more money unnecessarily in my opinion. Each to their own though.

Not on mine. They always seem to give you offers on where you haven't shopped before (usually this is where you don't want to shop - for me anyway!) as previous people have stated.

Thanks just activated it.
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Halifax 29 months 0% apr and no fee to transfer your money longest and cheapest on the market
Special mse deal NO FEE 0% BALANCE TRANSFER. Important information about our credit cards: If your application is successful you’ll get a credit limit and any applicable promotio… Read more
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You can't really complain at this deal. If you have a card that you are paying interest on, this is an absolute no brainer.
My current 0% is finishing, so I'm using this card to finish off paying my last bit of unsecured debt.

scoobytawazara45 m ago

Hi yes what I meant is is this a money transfer credit card to credit card …Hi yes what I meant is is this a money transfer credit card to credit card or balance transfer ie to anywhere.I think it is only from credit cards?


You are right. I just had a closer look at the offer and it is infact a balance transfer from Halifax to pay off another credit card. The title of this post is wrong as it says no fee to transfer your money?

Hi yes what I meant is is this a money transfer credit card to credit card or balance transfer ie to anywhere.I think it is only from credit cards?

scoobytawazara11 m ago

Hi can I transfer money into bank account to pay off overdraft or is it …Hi can I transfer money into bank account to pay off overdraft or is it just from a credit card? thanks


Once the money is in your bank account, its your money. You can do whatever you wish to do with it.

Hi can I transfer money into bank account to pay off overdraft or is it just from a credit card? thanks
Edited by: "scoobytawazara" 6th Aug
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Halifax student account 0% £3,000 overdraft for up to five years Editor
Students opening a current account with the Halifax can potentially get a 0% overdraft up to £3,000 in each year of study. This is the best overdraft deal I’ve seen this year. Most of the other banks… Read more
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prit64839 h, 10 m ago

I don't agree with that. If you can afford to pay it off/ your parents …I don't agree with that. If you can afford to pay it off/ your parents agree to pay it off after the 0% period and then you pay them back it's definitely worth it. Since this money is actually cheaper than your student loans.


Lets see if your understanding changes when you reach the ripe old age of 25.

eatmorefish31st Jul

Don't get into debt kids. Just don't. Very few manage to pay it off as …Don't get into debt kids. Just don't. Very few manage to pay it off as planned. Its just one more way you are being scr3wed over by the older generation.


I don't agree with that. If you can afford to pay it off/ your parents agree to pay it off after the 0% period and then you pay them back it's definitely worth it. Since this money is actually cheaper than your student loans.

"English students will be in debt for their whole lives virtually" ?? Any outstanding debt is written off after 30 years! Thankfully, not all of the younger generation have a misguided sense of entitlement. They don't all want everything handed to them on a plate, instantly and for free.

Alice, English student at Kings College (Unsure whether to vote Lib Dem or Labour): “I’m not in favour of scrapping tuition fees, ....... Why should I get a degree for free that gives me personally so much and enables me to have higher earning power for years of my life. I’m very happy to pay a bit for that, I think that’s fair.”

Felix, Law student at the London School of Economics (Labour): “If you make it too cheap then its just going to encourage a load of people to go to uni literally just to have a good time, because it is a good time.”

Master.G7 h, 33 m ago

Non-social landlords house people. People who would otherwise be on the …Non-social landlords house people. People who would otherwise be on the social housing waiting list. Empty properties are the problem. Also, you should Google 'Ponzi scheme'. The only investor that will lose out in this case is the public purse when the majority of the debts are written off. The reality is that most students are getting a loan where they won't pay off the whole of the capital and not one penny of any interest. And some still want to blame the older generation for giving them such a terrible deal.


They also take property off the market from actual home buyers, cause price inflation on a non-productive asset and generally houses becoming simple profit making machines causing issues for the whole economy - no thanks. .

English students will be in debt for their whole lives virtually due to their tuition fee policy - instead of just raising the funds from general taxation and being more honest. Just as the 'older generation' got.

wildecat1 h, 59 m ago

BTL is part of the problem - non-social landlords should be penalised by …BTL is part of the problem - non-social landlords should be penalised by the tax system.The whole English tuition fee system is a ponzy scheme as most will never be paid off.



Non-social landlords house people. People who would otherwise be on the social housing waiting list. Empty properties are the problem. Also, you should Google 'Ponzi scheme'. The only investor that will lose out in this case is the public purse when the majority of the debts are written off. The reality is that most students are getting a loan where they won't pay off the whole of the capital and not one penny of any interest. And some still want to blame the older generation for giving them such a terrible deal.
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Problem with Halifax is they tempt you in you use a credit check then they give you a tiny limit and up it after the I trodutory offer ends .

Tempting, any idea how long this offer is on for?
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Halifax 33 months 0% interest on balance transfers, 0.58% fee, £20 cashback
A great card for balance transfers, plus a low balance transfer fee. £20 cashback offer valid on accounts opened by 8th August 2017. Important information about our credit cards: If your applicatio… Read more
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Can I transfer money from this card to my current account or just balance transfer to another credit card??

nadine78

nothing like a smug comment oO



My grandfather always used to say, 'neither a lender nor a borrower be'

Nah just joking. I used to go mad in my younger days, bars and clubs in the West End after work every day. Nice holidays, buying girls drinks etc.... All on plastic!

After years of shifting it around (like 13/14 years), 0% transfers, loans, etc etc... I made a commitment to do everything I could to pay the lot off in two years. It was the best feeling in the world to be 'debt free' (except of course for my mortgage).

All the money I was spending on repayments which was £250 to £700 a month I now put largely into a savings account and now if I want too splash on a crazy night out up town, or go on a nice holiday I just use that without getting into debt.

unhappybunny

I've only got £200 of credit card debt and I will just pay it off on pay … I've only got £200 of credit card debt and I will just pay it off on pay day. I don't have any bank loans etc. That's the best way to not be in debt


nothing like a smug comment oO

I've only got £200 of credit card debt and I will just pay it off on pay day. I don't have any bank loans etc. That's the best way to not be in debt

Anon32

This is 4 months extra and potentionally get some of your balance paid off


Potentionally [sic] but I'd rather have the 50 quid in my pocket
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{£20 cashback}on Halifax Clarity Card. Great for withdrawing cash and spending abroad with NO fees whatsoever
Halifax is now offering £20 Cashback for people who take out the card from today until 3rd September 2017. All you have to do is spend ANY amount abroad in foreign currency by 30th September 2017 Gre… Read more
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mickael2820th Jul

How could we put a card in credit? if it's like a payment from the linked …How could we put a card in credit? if it's like a payment from the linked account to the halifax credit card, how is that done? ie, I guess the credit card won't have a bank account and sort code, so where should the payment for the credit be sent?

It's called online banking!!
I've just opened a Clarity account and transferred 4k on to it for my holiday spending money in a couple of weeks.

karina8017th Jul

I've been in Gran Canaria for 2 weeks, put card £1500 in credit, used to …I've been in Gran Canaria for 2 weeks, put card £1500 in credit, used to purchase & for cash ATM withdrawals, statement issued yesterday - no charges, they can't charge you debit interest when your in credit, exchange rate also beat they best available on the market and is better than bank staff get ( sister works in a bank ). I've been using it for 10 years with no complaints


How could we put a card in credit? if it's like a payment from the linked account to the halifax credit card, how is that done? ie, I guess the credit card won't have a bank account and sort code, so where should the payment for the credit be sent?

Mine and partners £20 cashbacks both became available about 3 weeks after we returned from our holiday. Bought 2 items whilst away (one on each card) for around £7 - £8 each (only paid in local currency , in this case dollars) ..... then £40 back , nice
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£125 if you switch to a Halifax current account Editor
Halifax has upped its current account switching incentive to £125. It was previously £75 although it was £100 before that. To get the cash, new customers need to switch their current account to Hal… Read more
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Just a reminder that this offer ends TODAY. Do it now to get your £125!

I went into a branch the other day and apparently you can switch one of your other current accounts to your existing halifax account for the £125 too (basically merge them)

antivocal16th Jul

Just applied for this switch but was turned down?? Only offered me the …Just applied for this switch but was turned down?? Only offered me the basic current account. I work full time earning the median wage and have lived in the UK all my life. Confused to say the least, and now I cant apply again for another 30 days.


You'd better get your credit reports from all three credit reference agencies. (MSE has VG guide). Could be something adverse or mistaken on there to reject you outright.

And if you apply again, don't ask for an overdraft facility unless you need one. They look harder at those applications, since it's effectively a credit application.

£125 offer supposed to end on the 31st of course.
Edited by: "woodface7" 18th Jul

Just applied for this switch but was turned down?? Only offered me the basic current account. I work full time earning the median wage and have lived in the UK all my life. Confused to say the least, and now I cant apply again for another 30 days.

I (tried) to open an account using the link but now need to physically go into one of the branches to show proof of identity and address. I've been with Barclays all my life and currently have 3 accounts with them but I only want to switch 1 account (made specifically for this reason). My question is at what point will I be asked which account I want to switch and how do I go on about with it? Thanks

Sorry if this is a stupid question but i've never done this before.
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10% cash back at Morrisons with your Halifax card
On my Halifax credit card I have 10% off on ALL purchases until 3rd July. Maximum reward £10 So only up to £100 spend but in as many transactions as you want or buy gift cards
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Thank you

Joint account, he got 5%, I got 10%.

AndyRoyd

Permanent 10% off, further 5% back and 1% to community via combination … Permanent 10% off, further 5% back and 1% to community via combination of Cooperative Card and NUS extra card, and you don't need to be a student: even cats qualify.


Rich_T

NUS discount does not work at Morrison's.


Yeah, that's why the Coop was specifically quoted in the comparison.

AndyRoyd11 h, 56 m ago

Permanent 10% off, further 5% back and 1% to community via combination of …Permanent 10% off, further 5% back and 1% to community via combination of Cooperative Card and NUS extra card, and you don't need to be a student: even cats qualify.


NUS discount does not work at Morrison's.

rvcshart12 h, 8 m ago

Also acc specific .


Agreed this deal is account specific!
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(£20 cashback) Halifax Clarity Credit Card No Fees Worldwide!
It's been posted before but you have to 3rd sept to apply and get £20 cashback so could get paid to go on holiday this year! Have to order something abroad! But this can be done from the UK i.e book a… Read more
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can this be used to buy stuff on amazon italy

JJMPSP13th Jun

"SORRY, YOUR APPLICATION HAS BEEN DECLINED"



I have been trying to get a Halifax card for the past 5 years so it would be a single account login for me. I have 10 year old URCA account, savings account, have mortgage with them for past 3 years, yet each time I apply, I get turned down. After being rejected just now, I applied for Tesco 24 month 0% BT card and got approved £14,700 credit. I am quite surprised cos my credit check is "Fair" on Experian.

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timinata

Being charged interests even though I pay in full on time?


Must be cash your taking out

Being charged interests even though I pay in full on time?

Excellent card for travelling abroad with.
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Longest No-Fee 0% Balance Transfer Up To 29 months Credit Card @ Halifax
Longest No-Fee 0% Balance Transfer Up To 29 months Credit Card @ Halifax 0% for up to 29 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. Minimum £100 balance transfer. At… Read more
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I'm getting paid £20 from Quidco for borrowing £8k, paying back under £300 a month. Car loan sorted. Amazing.

Heat added. Not sure why it's cold.

voted hot

Odd voting - the longest fee free balance transfer in the market. Have some deserved heat.
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Halifax 33 months 0% interest on balance transfers, 0.59% fee, £20 cashback Editor
If you’ve got any existing credit card debt you want to switch to a new card, this deal from Halifax is worth checking out. This is what you get: • 33 months’ interest-free for balance transfers • … Read more
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Finally had reduction fee refund last week

pinacolada1234 h, 21 m ago

I had the £20 back on the 11th but no sign of fee reduction yet.


Same here had the £20 credited a few days ago. I know it says up to 90 days but I had hoped it would be a bit quicker.

snowbrow

Anyone had the cashback or fee reduction yet?Still waiting here ....


I had the £20 back on the 11th but no sign of fee reduction yet.

Anyone had the cashback or fee reduction yet?Still waiting here ....
Edited by: "snowbrow" 8th Jul

I'd prefer the 28 months card with 0% fee, 5 months less but saves 0.6%
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[£20 CASHBACK] Halifax Clarity Credit Card - (on any purchase abroad in foreign currency)
Halifax is now offering £20 Cashback for people who take out the card from today until 3rd September 2017. All you have to do is spend ANY amount abroad in foreign currency by 30th September 2017. … Read more
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has anyone received this yet?

Just applied and got accepted £1500 limit. only needed around £500.

Going Amsterdam next month... but wanted to withdraw some cash too maybe I'll order some cash before hand at the airport.

gerjomarty

Just back from Japan, I used the Monzo card for cash ATM withdrawals, and … Just back from Japan, I used the Monzo card for cash ATM withdrawals, and the Halifax Clarity card for card purchases. No fees at all, both using the Mastercard base rate for currency conversion. A great combination.



Hiya, is there a reason why it was not a good idea to use the Halifax Clarity card on ATM withdrawals? I read that there is no feed for that as well?

And, how can one apply for a Monzo card? I just opened their page and there was a link to an Android app, I couldn't see links to apply for a card...

rprp

If you need cash abroad with Clarity, just ring up and pay the balance as … If you need cash abroad with Clarity, just ring up and pay the balance as soon as you've taken cash out.



Better still, if you overpay the credit card before you withdraw the cash, then you can withdraw cash with no interest, no fees (except standard ATM fees - e.g. Las Vegas is $7.99 per withdrawal), and perfect exchange rate. Plus you are not restricted to a withdrawal amount if you've already overpaid, so you can withdraw as much cash as you have available. I doubt this offer is for existing card holders but it would be a nice bonus if it is as I spent abroad last month.

iLoveForums15th Jun

Its missing because they never had one, i'm sure one person on here would …Its missing because they never had one, i'm sure one person on here would have realised when they clicked through rather then a lot of people leaving a message about it, anyway they may have got some enquires in regards to this and decided to update. Thanks anyway


Fair enough. I noticed quite a few people here were still wondering about it. Heated btw.
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Halifax Cashback Extras Bonus starting with their Everyday Current (Reward ) Account
Earn cashback when you shop using your debit card with Halifax Bank Cashback Extras with their no fee everyday current account also called the reward account. Offers need to be activated by logging i… Read more
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I have this with a basic card cash account.

cdm22

Mine has loads of offers showing and not one of them is for a place I … Mine has loads of offers showing and not one of them is for a place I have used or will be ever likely to use!



​totally agree, Halifax know what their customers spend their money on, yet they target us with cashback options which have no relevance to us... terrible service really, especially when you consider other banks like Barclays have smartspend and blue rewards which has loads of everyday high Street retailers you actually benefit from...p.s anyone ever aligned their debit card to TCB or QuidCo and found it better?? My only concern is security with these

Heat from me. I've used my card in 4 places Inwas going anyway this weekend and got £18 cash back as a result

It's valid with a Halifax Credit Card as well. Last week I had cashback from the Co-op, which was useful.

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cdm22

Mine has loads of offers showing and not one of them is for a place I … Mine has loads of offers showing and not one of them is for a place I have used or will be ever likely to use!


Now again, it may prove to be lucrative. Keep an eye on it whenever you log in onto online banking
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Halifax offering £75 to switch current account
Halifax is offering £75 cashback to switch accounts. Login online banking.you should see the message below: £75 FOR SWITCHING? YES, PLEASE Switch your current account to us using our Current Account… Read more
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LOL

halifax switching is really easy. the reward was given even before the switch was complete. Have a decent mobile app. I found the bank prompt. Money payments are instant, as they use faster payments.

System down....no not more hacked customers....or they're just hacked off.....Banks can't live with or without

After all the press with the system issues.... no thanks

ronnie_e

Its actually a reduction from £100, prior to that £125. I suppose finding … Its actually a reduction from £100, prior to that £125. I suppose finding reductions is what this site is about...?




Will soon be back up again as they try to recover from having their systems down all of yesterday
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£5 cashback with Giff Gaff top ups of £10 or more with Halifax Bank Current Account Cashback Extras (selected accounts only)
Earn £5 Cashback when you spend £10 or more on your next payment with giffgaff, maximum reward £10. Offer valid for up to two payments. giffgaff's flexible plans with no contracts give you the freedom… Read more
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Found it on my account earlier today

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ismaildeals123

cause halifax bank is just a jokeliterally last week i walked past … cause halifax bank is just a jokeliterally last week i walked past halifax they closed doors infront of customers due to them being 'understaffed'


Regardless of them being a joke, i am not advising you to join them because of this deal, rather, if you're already a standard current account customer, this is a mere bonus.
Edited by: "fes37" 29th Apr

fes37

not sure why people are voting cold. It's free money back of which you … not sure why people are voting cold. It's free money back of which you would have spent anyway with Giff Gaff top ups.


cause halifax bank is just a joke
literally last week i walked past halifax they closed doors infront of customers due to them being 'understaffed'

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not sure why people are voting cold. It's free money back of which you would have spent anyway with Giff Gaff top ups.
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Halifax 30 Month 0% Purchase Credit Card + £20.20 Cashback
- 0% for up to 30 months from account opening on purchases. - 0% interest for up to 6 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. Minimum £100 balance transfer. - 3% … Read more
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Noob question here- If I buy a phone for 200 pounds does this mean i'll have 30 months to pay it off before any interest is added?

I just need a card for a credit rating, but just getting my head around the offers.

can i apply if I have paid up all my balance and closed account in last 21 days
Edited by: "atifprince" 15th Apr

ministrymason

Can I apply for this card when I have a Halifax Clarity Credit card? Can … Can I apply for this card when I have a Halifax Clarity Credit card? Can I have two credit cards with Halifax


Theoretically yes, it would be dependent on your current situation.

ministrymason

Can I apply for this card when I have a Halifax Clarity Credit card? Can … Can I apply for this card when I have a Halifax Clarity Credit card? Can I have two credit cards with Halifax



​Yes you can

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gazz33

Thanks vassy, heat added


Cheers Gazz