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HSBC get up to £100 cashback for Switching
HSBC get up to £100 cashback for Switching

HSBC get up to £100 cashback for Switching

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Terms and conditions:
Switching your current account to HSBC
1. If you meet all the following requirements, you will qualify for the special offer and HSBC Bank plc (described as we, us, or our below) will pay the incentive described below:
a) you must apply for a new Bank Account,HSBC Plus Bank Account or HSBC Premier Bank
Account (the New Account) between 4 January 2010 and 14 February 2010 (inclusive)
b) you must be switching a current account to us from another UK bank;
c) you must not have another current account with us at the time you apply for the New
Account. Where the New Account is a joint account, at least one of you must not have
another current account with us at the time you apply for your New Account;
d) the New Account must be fully opened by 14 March 2010. This means that you must
have met all our identification and verification requirements and the account eligibility
requirements if you have opened a new Bank Account.
e) between 9am on 4 January 2010 (or the applicable branch opening time, if different)
and 5pm on 14 March 2010 (or the applicable branch closing time, if different), you must have correctly completed and signed a Switching your Account to HSBC form in respect of your New Account, and have returned it to one of our branches. Where your New Account is a joint account, this requirement must be met by one of the joint account holders who does not have a current account with us at the time you apply for the New Account; and
f) at least one of the Direct Debit(s) and/or standing order(s) you have transferred to your New Account must be set up on your New Account by 14 April 2010 (we will complete transfers of direct debits and standing orders within 30 days of the date you return the Switching your Account to HSBC form to one of our branches).
2. Within 3 calendar months of the date you return the Switching your Account form as described in clause 1(e) above, we will pay;
an incentive of £50 directly into your New Account if you have opened a new Bank Account
or HSBC Plus Bank Account, or an incentive of £100 directly into your New
Account if you have opened a new HSBC Premier Bank Account. Only one incentive will be paid per customer and per New Account.
3. This special offer is available on a first come first served basis and we may withdraw it
without notice before the end of the Sale Period if the money we have allocated to this special offer is exhausted.
4. The definitions in our General Terms apply to these Offer Terms.
5. All credit is subject to status.

10 Comments

Just to clarify - to be eligible for HSBC Premier (and thus the £100 cashback, rather than the £50), you need to be:

** Customers with savings or investments of at least £50,000 with HSBC Bank plc. We request that your annual income is paid into your HSBC Premier Bank Account

or

** Customers who have an individual annual income of at least £100,000 which is paid into their Premier Bank Account and are a customer of our Independent Financial Advisory Service - excluding mortgage related insurance products

I guess for most people, this is more likely to be £50 cashback. Worth pointing out IMO, and I haven't voted.

voted cold not good deal for most

if you have over £50,000 dont think an extra £100 is going to make a big differ

PEPSIDAVE;7440184

if you have over £50,000 dont think an extra £100 is going to make a big d … if you have over £50,000 dont think an extra £100 is going to make a big differ



You'd be surprised. A lot of people may have shares etc, so it's not like they have ready cash or even a high income. So £100 is a good deal.

PEPSIDAVE;7440184

if you have over £50,000 dont think an extra £100 is going to make a big d … if you have over £50,000 dont think an extra £100 is going to make a big differ



If you have over £50,000 why bother reading this post or even bother to become a member of money saving web site? :w00t:

Banned

babyboxer85;7440543

If you have over £50,000 why bother reading this post or even bother to … If you have over £50,000 why bother reading this post or even bother to become a member of money saving web site? :w00t:


isnt that obvious? to save money!

Some people have far more than that but they still try to save unnecessary expenditure, hence why they accumulate money in the first place. I find when I mention this site to people who are on low incomes, then they are just too lazy / feckless to even write the site url down.

Banned

anyway, I went for this a few months back through quidco. Got £30 for that but the £50 from hsbc was rejected as the direct debits were not switched from my old account in time (within 1 month of the date of application - a bit tricky seeing as it took them 6 weeks to even open the account lol)

still, I'm never gonna use the account but the £30 will come in handy.

babyboxer85;7440543

If you have over £50,000 why bother reading this post or even bother to … If you have over £50,000 why bother reading this post or even bother to become a member of money saving web site? :w00t:

To have more £50,000 + £50 I'd have thought.....:roll:

Heat added - might go for this once the old one is closed

csiman;7442027

isnt that obvious? to save money!Some people have far more than that but … isnt that obvious? to save money!Some people have far more than that but they still try to save unnecessary expenditure, hence why they accumulate money in the first place. I find when I mention this site to people who are on low incomes, then they are just too lazy / feckless to even write the site url down.


So true! Look after the pennies..................

Banned

Besford;7442892

So true! Look after the pennies..................


My Mum taught me well :-D

Although I'm losing count of all these bank accounts I have that are dormant. Well over 100 lol

pays for a holiday each year though
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