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Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC
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Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Summary
  1. Found 17th Oct
Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC Offer ends 26 November 2017 New customers who open an HSBC Advance Bank Account will get £150 when using the Current Account Switch Se… Read more

My application was recently accepted for this account online. Didn't hear anything back so spend 2 40 minute calls to their call centre in Malaysia and an hour in an understaffed branch before I was shown a letter, which was never sent to me, indicating my application was declined but that I could apply for a basic account.

Despite the waste of time I'm glad I didn't switch as the customer service from their sister bank First Direct is in a different league.

Can previous customer benefit if they have switched previously

jase.225 m ago

I wouldnt recommend switching to HSBC, I used this offer the last time and …I wouldnt recommend switching to HSBC, I used this offer the last time and it was so difficult and included FOUR visits to the branch to deal with various paperwork after the bank cocked up so many times Cant believe thesedays that a branch cannot do full account opening and switching online


I did not have any problems! And do recommend the switch!

I wouldnt recommend switching to HSBC, I used this offer the last time and it was so difficult and included FOUR visits to the branch to deal with various paperwork after the bank cocked up so many times

Cant believe thesedays that a branch cannot do full account opening and switching online

Cracking deal! Took some time to do the cass as you have to go to branch or over the phone. Got my £150 after about 4 weeks! App is good but lots of codes to enter but at least no one can take your money even if they hack into your account! What i object to is the app on the iphone can produce these random codes but an ipad can't. So with an ipad you need a calculator thingy.

Too secure if there is such a thing. Surely under £100 quid you shouldn't need a code as you've used a code to log in!

All on all great service. Look forward to my extra £50 in about 7 months time!
AMAZON £60 gift card and 1 Year free Student Prime when you open a HSBC Student Account
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Expires on 31/10/2017Expires on 31/10/2017Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
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  1. Expires on 31/10/2017
  2. Found 16th Oct
Must not have a Student Account elsewhere Ends 31st October 2017 You can also have £1000 interest free overdraft (y) for stoozing if your child has a TSB account they pay 2.5… Read more

is the Hsbc Mobile app the same as HSBC Android pay app, as can't find it, or is it Android pay app and I use my HSBC card.

sorry for the noob ?

re-read the thread now sorted.

cheers OP
Edited by: "REAL_DEAL" 19th Oct

Original Poster

Manny501 h, 42 m ago

I guess android pay is not available on iPhones? I got a HSBC account so …I guess android pay is not available on iPhones? I got a HSBC account so just wondering if I get a android mobile I can use it and do you have to use the app to spend money to get envelopes? Cheers


It's deffo worth buying a cheap android phone WITH NFC to do this. You need to make a purchase (no min value you could just buy a 5p bag) to get an envelope. 10 envelopes max per day for 30 days. 2 minute cool down between envelopes
Edited by: "Madchester" 19th Oct

I guess android pay is not available on iPhones? I got a HSBC account so just wondering if I get a android mobile I can use it and do you have to use the app to spend money to get envelopes? Cheers

Original Poster

X50pence7773 h, 55 m ago

oh, i actually have to use it with android pay not just link it... thats a …oh, i actually have to use it with android pay not just link it... thats a pain...thanks though


Today opened 10 envelopes and got 2 x £3 costa, 1x £10 pizza express and 1 x £50 currys pc world worth the pain I'd say.

Natnotgnat17th Oct

For 1st year undergraduates only- first year postgraduates aren't able to …For 1st year undergraduates only- first year postgraduates aren't able to receive the free gifts either


That's not true. You can get the gift card and the Student Prime subscription even as a postgrad student.

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Free £3 costa, £10 pizza express, odeon, £50 curry's gift card using HSBC card via Android
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Expires on 12/12/2017Expires on 12/12/2017Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Summary
  1. Expires on 12/12/2017
  2. Found 8th Oct
Add your HSBC card on Android Pay for the first time and you could be in with a chance to win with every eligible transaction. You will receive an envelope within Android P… Read more

sach16364 h, 10 m ago

Used it few times and only got one Pizza express voucher. Do we need to …Used it few times and only got one Pizza express voucher. Do we need to clear vouchers and not save them in Android pay app?


Nope - they can stay there - some days are good and some are awfully bad - well atleast thats my experience so far for what its worth.

quadkon9th Oct

Won £100+ in costa £90 in pizza express £110 in HoF, £50 curries and a pai …Won £100+ in costa £90 in pizza express £110 in HoF, £50 curries and a pair of odeon tickets.Been a good couple of months on it

Used it few times and only got one Pizza express voucher. Do we need to clear vouchers and not save them in Android pay app?

I'm almost at the end of my month on this, have received a few vouchers but very frustrated that I've been unable to use on on TFL/London Underground.
Raised a complaint with HSBC but not heard anything. If it worked on TFL then I'd be generating a lot more transactions, I have other cards on Android pay that are fine on TFL just HSBC.

Ive used andoid pay with a HSBC card from one account. Tried today to add card from other (joint account) and bought something. Worked fine, but no envelope. Clearly this promotion doesnt work on a 2nd card account if a first HSBC one has already been used.

Annoyingly I used it today at Costa and didn't receive any reward pop up .

Although it does state first time.

Would this be the first time you add a hsbc card to android pay of any sort of first time a specific hsbc card is added ?
The best credit card deals for September 2017
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Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 25th Sep
Top credit card deals September 2017 Free £25 for getting HSBC Credit card, use it once in 60 days. HERE . £25.25 cashback just for having a Barclaycard No Fee Platinum 25 M… Read more
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What I’m looking for is a credit card that has a decent 20 month plus on 0% spending but with also cashback like £25 , because it’s rare to get both , you usually only get 1 or the other .

Providing you know how to use them credit cards are fine. Personally I’ve used them to improve credit rating, credit card protection etc never had an issue and always pay it off in full. It’s the people who spend spend spend without any thinking that need to stop using credit cards.

cocogumbo59 m ago

I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above …I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above comments; those who are "lacking the ability to manage their money" - it's the probability of circumstance. It's all well and good if you have a regular income but what if you get made redundant tomorrow? What if you have a terrible accident and can no longer work? You'd probably wished you'd saved up and paid outright for something, not stuck it on a credit card. Just my opinion. Also - by saying whether you're "smart" enough or "lack self control" could be quite insulting to other HUKD members. Maybe consider others circumstances before posting.. the saying if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all springs to mind.



Seriously? Did you actually read our posts?

Using something wisely requires wisdom. Using something intelligently requires intelligence. Those who understand interest earn it, those that don't pay it.

The way I've suggested to use this does not involve getting into actual debt - simply holding more funds in savings account(s) that you could use to pay off the credit card in an instant. Literally will have no negative impact should you become redundant or can no longer work - in fact it would put you in a better position as it would give you access to more funds should you need it, plus the extra interest you'd earn.

Sure, if you just want to get this because you decided you need to have the latest iPhone that you can't afford, then this is a bad idea, as I stated (no self control or lack any understanding of money - totally fair and just, I'm not saying it in a nasty way, just saying it how it is).

There may be a case that you find yourself in a difficult situation and need credit to feed your family - it happens. This is a reasonable way to do it, so long as - like I said - you understand money and pay it back.


But of course - all credit cards are evil, should never be used by anyone and should be banned forever.

Re: The deal itself, it's worth noting that Barclaycard and Sainsburys have 2% or 2.5% minimum repayments, which actually becomes quite singificant over the lifetime of these deals versus the 1% you get with some other lenders. If it's fee free then it's not such a worry, but if you're paying 1-3% handling fee you want to have more than half of the balance still remaining at the end of the term if you're looking at this as a stooze.

Of course, if it's just to manage short-term cashflow problems, then a higher minimum repayment may suit you.

cocogumbo1 h, 10 m ago

I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above …I don't think it's a question of intellect for either of the above comments; those who are "lacking the ability to manage their money" - it's the probability of circumstance. It's all well and good if you have a regular income but what if you get made redundant tomorrow? What if you have a terrible accident and can no longer work? You'd probably wished you'd saved up and paid outright for something, not stuck it on a credit card. Just my opinion. Also - by saying whether you're "smart" enough or "lack self control" could be quite insulting to other HUKD members. Maybe consider others circumstances before posting.. the saying if you have nothing nice to say, don't say it at all springs to mind.


I also think phrases like "Save up for the things you want. Cold" are quite condescending too, which is what lea to my reply. Maybe consider others' circumstances before posting.. Not everyone's circumstances allow for that either,, life can throw horrible unforeseeable curveballs to us or to our nearest and dearest. Or some people may have saved up and wish to offset their savings. Your post itself is implying that HUKD members are not able to use it other than as a ticket to debt.

I get tired of the CC haters tarring every deal with the same brush - often it's a blanket response from people who don't understand how they can be judiciously used to their advantage, which is what prompted my own response.
Edited by: "gwapenut" 26th Sep
HSBC/Firstdirect -Visa offers- £3 cashback on your next purchase of £8 or more- Costa
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Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Summary
  1. Found 22nd Sep
Another visa offer- £3 cashback on your next purchase of £8 or more at Costa. Just follow the link to register for being eligible. Ends on 06/10/2017. My be account specific

@jase.2 I think all these offers work by Visa simply seeing a debit for the necessary amount from the retailer, so I would think you can buy anything to qualify.
Edited by: "terriclarkfan" 27th Sep

i joined HSBC a couple of months ago and they said nothing about this or no emails, wonder why as some pretty good offers on there that would probably get more people to join.

Wonder if the costa one works if you buy costa giftcard

brynbo6614 h, 49 m ago

It is. I received this offer from HSBC in my email on Sept.1.

Can confirm this. You get money back in your account with in 10 days. Already used couple of offers. 19

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whickerg10 h, 53 m ago

Is this a genuine offer? Not shown on HSBC site, and takes you to a web …Is this a genuine offer? Not shown on HSBC site, and takes you to a web domain hsbcuk. Not an actual HSBC link? Or am I just para about phishing sites?



You are a doubting Thomas dude

Doesn't let me register using my firstdirect card. Says enter a HSBC Visa.

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HSBC/Firstdirect Visa offer- £10 back on your next purchase of £40 or more in Lidl and H&M
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Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Summary
  1. Found 22nd Sep
Good for those having a Visa card. £10 cashback on spending £40 in Lidl and H&M- follow the link and register your visa Card to get the offer. May be account specific

pricesavvy7 h, 21 m ago

Hey thanks OP for post. I have noticed on T&C it cannot be any VISA …Hey thanks OP for post. I have noticed on T&C it cannot be any VISA business card or debit card Hey OP thanks for post . I have noticed on T&Cs you cannot be eligible if you use a Debit Card. Can anyone confirm if a HSBC Visa Debit has tracked and paid your cash back?2.2 You may not participate in the Cashback Service with a: a. Visa business or Visa corporate credit or debit card; b. Visa pre-paid card; or c. any other Visa card that is not eligible to be registered for the Cashback Service (as detailed on the Offer Channels (as defined at clause 3.2)) and/or is not registered to a billing address in the United Kingdom.


That means, I think, business debit cards only. I've been paid out on ordinary HSBC Visa debit cards - though I have to say it does seem a bit hit and miss.

mothsinmywallet23rd Sep

Yes, its Visa themselves doing the offer through HSBC/First Direct. Once …Yes, its Visa themselves doing the offer through HSBC/First Direct. Once your card is registered it will automatically pick up the transaction from H&M and send the reward direct back to your account. All Visa will see is a transaction for £40 at H&M they wont know what its been spent on.Its only a one time cashback. However watch your account closely. You should get an email about 2 days after purchase to say tracked and payment on way. My Lidl purchase tracked but didn't go to payment. There is only a contact form to get through to Visa Customer Services in America and they are useless at resolving problems

Hey thanks OP for post.

I have noticed on T&C it cannot be any VISA business card or debit card
mothsinmywallet23rd Sep

Yes, its Visa themselves doing the offer through HSBC/First Direct. Once …Yes, its Visa themselves doing the offer through HSBC/First Direct. Once your card is registered it will automatically pick up the transaction from H&M and send the reward direct back to your account. All Visa will see is a transaction for £40 at H&M they wont know what its been spent on.Its only a one time cashback. However watch your account closely. You should get an email about 2 days after purchase to say tracked and payment on way. My Lidl purchase tracked but didn't go to payment. There is only a contact form to get through to Visa Customer Services in America and they are useless at resolving problems

Hey OP thanks for post .

I have noticed on T&Cs you cannot be eligible if you use a Debit Card. Can anyone confirm if a HSBC Visa Debit has tracked and paid your cash back?

2.2 You may not participate in the Cashback Service with a: a. Visa business or Visa corporate credit or debit card; b. Visa pre-paid card; or c. any other Visa card that is not eligible to be registered for the Cashback Service (as detailed on the Offer Channels (as defined at clause 3.2)) and/or is not registered to a billing address in the United Kingdom.

anyone used this online?
Top of the page says in store, then underneath tells you to go to the website Nice and clear there then!

bargainhunter453 m ago

I tried to sign up using the link above but it wouldn't accept my First …I tried to sign up using the link above but it wouldn't accept my First Direct Visa, do I need to register somewhere else?




firstdirect.visaoffers.eu/

backinstock22nd Sep

Also on the First Direct Visa offers along with a £5 back from a £40 (or m …Also on the First Direct Visa offers along with a £5 back from a £40 (or more) Esso purchase.


I tried to sign up using the link above but it wouldn't accept my First Direct Visa, do I need to register somewhere else?
Free NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass with HSBC Advance account
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Summary
  1. Found 21st Sep
I got an email off HSBC advising as I had an Advance account I could benefit from some extras including a free Now TV Sports Day Pass worth £6.99

i gather only one pass per account?

just got my code i didn't know about this you register but they know if you're an advance customer or not. Very happy got my £150 will get £50 in a years time and also get a free nowtv pass and they text if you go over the overdraft linit and let you put money in the same day so you don't pay any fees.
So far much better than tsb but

Just tried and more codes are now available. They state 900 codes are released every month until November, so if they run out again, pop a reminder in the diary to check in November.
Edited by: "tentimestootart" 3rd Oct

I just joined advance how do i get these offers? Can't even log in
any spare codes even though would rather get my own tbh

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benjai22nd Sep

Where do you see this offer, online or in the app? Have a Premier account …Where do you see this offer, online or in the app? Have a Premier account so hopefully should be able to get these?

I got sent an email titled "Are you getting the most out of your HSBC account?" And it was in there amongst other things. I would imagine Premier customers should benefit from it too!
Free £25 for getting HSBC Credit card. use it once in 60 days.
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Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Summary
  1. Found 20th Sep
£25 cashback We 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 balanc… Read more

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: "mastersol6" 28th Sep

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

Any cashback for every transaction? Like Amazon card offer .5% cashback.

When do you receive the £25?
When you apply or once you've made a purchase or balance transfer?

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
Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC Advance Current Account
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Expires on 26/11/2017Expires on 26/11/2017Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
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  1. Expires on 26/11/2017
  2. Found 13th Sep
Get £200 when you switch and stay with HSBC Advance Current Account New customers who open an HSBC Advance Bank Account will get £150 when using the Current Account Switch Servic… Read more

missy8913th Sep

HSBC advance accounts also entitle you to preferential rates on saving …HSBC advance accounts also entitle you to preferential rates on saving accounts and the loyalty ISA whereupon you deposit £300 and they'll pay £10 a month into your ISA for 12 months.Not to mention the Advance debit card redesign just looks really cool


Ooo, have you got a link for that? That sounds interesting..

Advance is good, they have a separate team to speak to you on the phone and usually answer immediately. Also usually a UK based call centre when before, it was offshore

littlesayers20th Sep

It says opening this would have access to 'share the experience programme' …It says opening this would have access to 'share the experience programme' can I get £100 from being referred and the £150 for switching?



In the T&C for Share the Experience Programme, it says "This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or
promotion. If there is another cash offer you qualify for at the time
of referral, you may receive the higher offer payment." So unforunately no.

It says opening this would have access to 'share the experience programme' can I get £100 from being referred and the £150 for switching?

Snuffpig14th Sep

I had an HSBC account last year but switched away. Could I still apply for …I had an HSBC account last year but switched away. Could I still apply for this an be eligible for the £150?


No.

The offer is limited to one per customer or joint relationship on eligible HSBC Advance Bank Accounts and is only applicable to customers who are not existing HSBC current account holders on the date of application (and have not been since 1 January 2015 ). 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.
32 month 0% balance transfer, 0.6% fee, £25 cashback @ HSBC
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Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 30th Aug
Available to HSBC advance customers.

Original Poster

Because it is for HSBC customers you may need to log in to see the deal

There's an advance card below, which has the 0.6% rate.

yeah my email said 0.6%

Original Poster

I noticed that... I would expect it is a website error... the email is quite clear.

I'm confused the link says 1.4% transfer fee?
2 year fixed rate mortgage @1.49%, no fees, 3 years @1.69%, 5 years @1.84%
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Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 7th Aug
Maximum LTV 60% Seeing as most people seemed to appreciate the First Direct deal, why not save an extra 0.1%? The 5 year fixed seems like a great option as it balances a cheap int… Read more

Does a joint application require a joint Hsbc advanced account?

othen4 h, 48 m ago

This is not going anywhere, but In just did a google search for 'interest …This is not going anywhere, but In just did a google search for 'interest only mortgage' and found lots available - even a list of the top 10 (from money.co.uk with good deals from HSBC, Barclays, Virgin and others), I've clicked on a few (randomly) and can't find any specific limitations regarding income or pension pots on any...I'm not doubting you in that it is probably more difficult to convince a lender that you will have a means of paying the loan back in 25 years than it would have been 30 years ago (when inflation and equity growth were much higher and we had not had a global recession in living memory), but I do think you are mistaken about there being hard and fast rules on incomes and pensions for this types of loan.I took out an interest-only loan (for a BTL) only 3 years ago and had no problem, I did have to show that I could pay it back from my investment account (which I could - easily) but there was no issue. I think lenders are (rightly) being cautious (and governments have told them they have to be) because too many people defaulted a decade ago - I think this is a good idea because I don't want my savings being used to fund someone who may then decide to default!Best wishes.

I'm in the process now. Nightmare! and our circumstances are better and we can prove we can pay off the 40% LTV Interest only mortgage we've had for 10 years. Good luck when you need to renew - goal posts have moved.

intermediaries.hsbc.co.uk/new…tml



Interest Only policy changeWith effect from the 11 February 2016 we are simplifying our Interest Only Mortgage eligibility criteria and will no longer restrict it to Premier customers only.

  • In order to be eligible for an Interest Only mortgage, a sole applicant must have a gross income in excess of £100,000 per annum.
  • For joint applications, at least one customer must have a gross income in excess of £100,000 per annum.
  • Overtime, bonuses, commission and rental income do not qualify as eligible sources of income.
  • All customers are eligible to apply for an Interest Only Mortgage provided they meet the above eligibility criteria.

paulrwarner10 h, 27 m ago

The criteria is on their websites before they know anything about your …The criteria is on their websites before they know anything about your circumstances. And the key word in my paragraph was 'realistic' criteria, maybe should have said competitive rates too!


This is not going anywhere, but In just did a google search for 'interest only mortgage' and found lots available - even a list of the top 10 (from money.co.uk with good deals from HSBC, Barclays, Virgin and others), I've clicked on a few (randomly) and can't find any specific limitations regarding income or pension pots on any...

I'm not doubting you in that it is probably more difficult to convince a lender that you will have a means of paying the loan back in 25 years than it would have been 30 years ago (when inflation and equity growth were much higher and we had not had a global recession in living memory), but I do think you are mistaken about there being hard and fast rules on incomes and pensions for this types of loan.

I took out an interest-only loan (for a BTL) only 3 years ago and had no problem, I did have to show that I could pay it back from my investment account (which I could - easily) but there was no issue. I think lenders are (rightly) being cautious (and governments have told them they have to be) because too many people defaulted a decade ago - I think this is a good idea because I don't want my savings being used to fund someone who may then decide to default!

Best wishes.

othen11 h, 44 m ago

Sorry, I will re-phrase that:Perhaps it might be a tiny bit difficult to …Sorry, I will re-phrase that:Perhaps it might be a tiny bit difficult to obtain a loan at a very preferential rate when the lender asks for a 40% deposit as security and the borrower has only 10%, but of course it would certainly be worth trying: perhaps turning up at his office wearing a smart suit and nice shoes and carrying a small gift ...

Now that's just so much more pleasant isn't it!!??
Edited by: "ivotedyes" 9th Aug
£60 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card plus a year of Prime Student with HSBC Student current account
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Expires on 31/10/2017Expires on 31/10/2017Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
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  1. Expires on 31/10/2017
  2. Found 31st Jul
HSBC is offering a £60 Amazon.co.uk gift card plus a year of Prime Student (worth £39) to students or level 4+ apprentices in their first year of a qualifying course. You need to… Read more
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Hi, I have applied for my student account using my pre-existing HSBC account. I just wondered what the steps are to getting the amazon perks, once being accepted. Thank you!

Thanks for this. Just applied!

sorted!

19DembaBa19

So what if your a college student



I found this on the website:

Courses which qualify must be full time or part time with a Disabled Students' Allowance.
Postgraduate degree (for example PHD, MBA, MSc, PGCE, MPhil, M.ED, M.ST, LL.M).
Undergraduate degree (for example BA, BSc, BEd, BN).
Diploma of Higher Education (DipHE).
- Business & Technical Education Council (BTEC). The following BTEC courses qualify:
- Higher National Diploma (HND)
- Higher National Certificate (HNC)
National Vocational Qualifications (NVQs) levels 4 and 5.
Foundation Degree - FDA (art based) or FDSc (science based) and/or subsequent one year full honours degree course.
Pre-registration or First Level Nursing and Midwifery Diploma.
Level 4+ Apprentice studying a Foundation, Bachelor's or Master's degree.
A foundation year which is an integral part of one of the courses listed above. We will need to see written proof of this, for example a letter from the college or university.
If there is any doubt whether a course qualifies, contact the university/college.

LuckSTA4 h, 55 m ago

From my experience, your 1) driving licence/passport 2)proof of address 3) …From my experience, your 1) driving licence/passport 2)proof of address 3) university welcome letter

So what if your a college student
Wimbledon-Free Strawberries and Cream HSBC customers
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Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Summary
  1. Found 6th Jul
If you're a HSBC customer then get free Strawberries and Cream by showing your bank card! No such thing as a free lunch! Not with HSBC's bank charges.

It's funny, I posted this same freebie last year and it went cold!

Voted hot - hope those of you that are going have a fab time

Nice find, heat for "Not with HSBC's bank charges."

livid_chimp

Crap interest rates, but glad to see they're spending money on such … Crap interest rates, but glad to see they're spending money on such worthy causes like this instead...


Crap interest rates, but glad to see they're spending money on such worthy causes like this instead...

I got mine for free yesterday when I was at Wimbledon

gorgo2015

Paid for by the Mexican mafia? … Paid for by the Mexican mafia? http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/outrageous-hsbc-settlement-proves-the-drug-war-is-a-joke-20121213




Thanks for the link. I was wondering which bank is clean! They all do something thing which is unethical one way or another.
HSBC Dual Credit Card 0% interest on purchases and Balance for 26 months*
203°Expired
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Summary
  1. Found 12th Jun
0% interest on purchases for 26 months 0% interest on balance transfers for 26 months (2.89% fee, min. £5)* Applies on balances transferred within the first 60 days of account open… Read more

LeahMinttoutou

For those that don't think this is a good deal can you put a comment as … For those that don't think this is a good deal can you put a comment as to why please. I'm looking for a 0% offer on credit card to buy daughters new bedroom furniture and a new cooker. The cold votes are putting me off getting this one.. thanks guys



Some people will always vote cold on credit card "deals" as they will save up and pay cash rather than taking on debt (and risk) by racking up a credit card bill. Mortgage is probably the only debt you could ever argue is "needed".

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amour3k

OP .. HSBC DUAL Credit Card?.Does that mean that you get 2 Credit Cards … OP .. HSBC DUAL Credit Card?.Does that mean that you get 2 Credit Cards with this Deal then?, or ..... thanx.I don't get it?. :-)


It's one card

LeahMinttoutou

For those that don't think this is a good deal can you put a comment as … For those that don't think this is a good deal can you put a comment as to why please. I'm looking for a 0% offer on credit card to buy daughters new bedroom furniture and a new cooker. The cold votes are putting me off getting this one.. thanks guys



if you think the furniture is going to be around £2000 get the Amex which will give you £100 cashback minus £25 annual fee.

More credit card info here:
moneysavingexpert.com/cre…rds

OP .. HSBC DUAL Credit Card?.

Does that mean that you get 2 Credit Cards with this Deal then?, or ..... thanx.

I don't get it?. :-)

There are longer 0% deals on balance transfers - up to 41 months at the moment. On dual use 0% cards the Bank of Scotland group are doing 29 months.
HSBC Advance Account. Free £150 to switch PLUS £50 if you stay, though high min pay-in
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Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
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  1. Found 6th Jun
From mse Open and switch to HSBC's Advance Account* and you'll get £150. And if you stay for a year, you'll get a further £50 bonus - you can earn slightly more overall with the T… Read more

Original Poster

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Anon322 h, 39 m ago

£150 paid today just needed for new heating system! Worth it for just …£150 paid today just needed for new heating system! Worth it for just changing banks it fuctions the same as the ts


Yup. Mine paid today too, took a while but I presume they do it once a month in batches.

Original Poster

iAmLegendFam24th Aug

My account switched on the 27th July, still no money. Did you complete it …My account switched on the 27th July, still no money. Did you complete it before me?


£150 paid today just needed for new heating system! Worth it for just changing banks it fuctions the same as the ts

Original Poster

Mine switched 14th of aug. As soon as it comes in i'll let people know

I completed my switch on 11th July
HSBC Fixed Rate Mortgages 2yrs 1.14%, 3yrs 1.44%, 5yrs 1.69% Booking fee from £749 (60% max ltv)
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Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
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  1. Found 3rd May
New HSBC mortgage rates with lowest 5 year fixed rate on the market. Maximum LTV of 60% required and £749 booking fee for advance/premier customers or £999 for standard. 2Yr Fixed… Read more

Just did mine 3 year 1.74 no fee i think it was

I am a 64 year old pensioner stuck on a 3.45 per cent mortgage (fixed term finished ages ago) with about 50 per cent ltv ....any ideas who I can remortgage with?

Nervous of going through too many credit checks

Thanks jane

a fee, for wha

Sorry it's a bit off topic. I'm in a process of selling my current property and moving to a new build. Looking for a good mortgage rate with 75% LTV. Any advice, opinions, recommendations?

Thanks golo83 very much appreciated. At least I know it's possible, I will speak to them about it. I may even have a chat to a broker to. Thank you
HSBC Credit Card £50 Cashback Offer 32 months fairly low fee of 1.4%!
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Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
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  1. Found 7th Mar
A new balance transfer card pays off existing store/credit card debt, so you owe it instead but at 0% - and it helps you get debt-free quicker, as repayments cover debt, not intere… Read more

I have the promise of it now, 2 months, June. I also had to transfer monies up to £1500 to be eligible, which of course incurred more fees but I still work out a profit of about £30 so worth the hassle, especially if you require the 0%. Use the link of this page as reference if needed.

jobibear

They admit it today, had to transfer more money to get the cash back.... … They admit it today, had to transfer more money to get the cash back.... And wait.



How did you get on with this? I had the same. on the phone to Indian call centre for around an hour. They are claiming I should have been re-directed to another site to complete additional info and without this not eligible. I was promised a call back a obviously not happy but no call.

They admit it today, had to transfer more money to get the cashback.... And wait.

HSBC deny they ever had this offer. I'm on the phone to them later to give them this link.

willllllllll

How long has the application process taken for anyone that's applied? … How long has the application process taken for anyone that's applied? Told me up to 10 working days!


Sounds like your application has been referred for further checks and wasn't automatically processed.

Does anyone know if the balance transfer fee is interest free, or does this have to be paid off?
New HSBC Fixed Rate Mortgage Rates - 2yr @ 1.24% 3yr @ 1.44% 5yr @ 1.79%
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
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  1. Found 25th Jan
HSBC have just revised their mortgage rates. I'm in the process of switching and this may well change my mind on which product to go for. Current deals I'm considering (60% LTV) w… Read more

whatyadoinsucka

Depends how big your mortgage is, may be cheaper to take a fee free at … Depends how big your mortgage is, may be cheaper to take a fee free at 1.94% 5 year with HSBC



Only 60k - 60% LTV?

ruheluddin86

Tesco have 1.78% BTL 5 year fixed, fees £1020. Is that a good deal!?


Depends how big your mortgage is, may be cheaper to take a fee free at 1.94% 5 year with HSBC

Tesco have 1.78% BTL 5 year fixed, fees £1020. Is that a good deal!?

Mada06

This takes some beating: … This takes some beating: https://www.moneysavingexpert.com/mortgages/best-buys/



That's a great article! My link was supposed to direct you to a calculator showing what you end up paying depending on the year of terms/interest/fees etc. I'll try editing the link with the correct webpage.

Now they taken the product fees off this deal deserves the heat it attracted.
HSBC Credit card - £25 cashback offer
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
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  1. Found 17th Jan
Until the 28th Feb, HSBC are offering £25 cashback if you apply for an HSBC Credit Card and use the credit card for either a purchase or a balance transfer within 60 days of openin… Read more

Haryrams77

Did you had to specify your current/savings account for the credit to … Did you had to specify your current/savings account for the credit to come in. I applied online today.



I already had a current account with them. When I signed up I selected that for the Direct Debit, and I think terms of the offer stated they'd pay the £25 into your HSBC current account if you had one (which they did). I can't remember how it worked otherwise, perhaps it's the account you set for your Direct Debit.

morgie

Received the £25 in my current account today, just before my credit card … Received the £25 in my current account today, just before my credit card payment is due. Thanks again to the OP, was a simple £25.



Did you had to specify your current/savings account for the credit to come in. I applied online today.

Received the £25 in my current account today, just before my credit card payment is due. Thanks again to the OP, was a simple £25.

Card arrived today, 3 days after applying, thanks again OP. Confirmed, not contactless.

coss9

I've read somewhere unused credit goes against your credit rating - if … I've read somewhere unused credit goes against your credit rating - if you don't use it, get rid of it.



Not true. However, if you apply for a mortgage, major loan etc some take into account how much you could owe if you maxed out the cards. Therefore, you may get offered slightly less for a mortgage as your outgoings would be higher with a maxed out card.
Get £10 cashback when you use Android Pay [HSBC]
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Found 1st Nov 2016Found 1st Nov 2016
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  1. Found 1st Nov 2016
£10 Cashback for using Android Pay with HSBC. Not sure if this is account specific but worth checking if you're with HSBC. Early bird or reluctant riser? Either way, here's someth… Read more

flyingflea

Nope, today is the 60th day and no tenner in my account



Got mine now - arrived in the account a week or so ago.

Zanderman

Anyone got their tenner yet? Still nothing on my account.The original t&c … Anyone got their tenner yet? Still nothing on my account.The original t&c say "The £10 cashback will be credited to your HSBC Current Account within 60 days of the Promotion Period ending."Which would be about the end of February.


Nope, today is the 60th day and no tenner in my account

Anyone got their tenner yet? Still nothing on my account.

The original t&c say "The £10 cashback will be credited to your HSBC Current Account within 60 days of the Promotion Period ending."

Which would be about the end of February.

completely forgot about this, but did anyone receive their cashback? cause i didn't, but it did make me use android pay with my hsbc card

Didn't get, very funny

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