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Nationwide Rewards: £10 cash back (and 50% off first order) - I got my order for £5!
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Ok, this isn't for everyone. But... 1. If you're a Nationwide customer 2. Eligible for their rewards scheme, and 3. Live within a Gusto delivery area You can get £10 back on a Gus… Read more

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Simes1231 h, 47 m ago

Gousto offer expired on 8/12 according to my Visa offers


Hmm. That's odd. I just checked my login and can't find the deal anymore. That's despite me placing the order on Friday 29 Dec for delivery today. I'll expire this deal.

Gousto offer expired on 8/12 according to my Visa offers
Nationwide recommend a friend - Earn £100 per friend (*DO NOT REQUEST REFERRALS*)
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If you’re a Nationwide member you can earn up to £500 per tax year by recommending five friends. That’s £100 per friend, when they switch to us. You’re a member when you have a cu… Read more

Cannot fault this bank. Owned by its members, has all the perks and great customer service and mortgages rates

pete_10122 h, 58 m ago

I recommended a friend about 5 months ago and it all went through fairly …I recommended a friend about 5 months ago and it all went through fairly quickly for them. I'm not sure what's changed in the T&Cs butit shouldn't be an issue if you follow them



+1! With anything like this, you really have to save a copy of the T&C, read them and understand and comply with them!

DrDoolittle16th Dec

I said "I'LL HAVE TO ASK AROUND MY FRIENDS TO SEE IF ANYONE IS ALREADY . . …I said "I'LL HAVE TO ASK AROUND MY FRIENDS TO SEE IF ANYONE IS ALREADY . . . " Oh forget it.


Turns out I had a few friends with this account after all. Thanks to all.

I recommended a friend about 5 months ago and it all went through fairly quickly for them. I'm not sure what's changed in the T&Cs butit shouldn't be an issue if you follow them

Incywincy29 m ago

Just beward of the T&C's - I recommended my DH but he didn't have any …Just beward of the T&C's - I recommended my DH but he didn't have any direct debits to transfer so Nationwide didn't pay out


It's fairly standard for most bank switching incentives to require you to have existing direct debits on the account you're moving over, this offer included.

Most bills can be set up as direct debits so most people should be able to manage the 2 required for this offer. TV licence, mobile contacts, energy providers, water bill, credit card minimum/full monthly payments are a few examples.

Failing that you can set up monthly charity direct debits through just giving.

Either way make sure they're actually showing as set up on your old account before starting the switch process. Usually takes a few days for any you set up to show in your online banking
£100 cashback for existing mortgage members @nationwide
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Had a surprise £100 from nationwide after switching to cheaper mortgage deal before interest rate increase. Double win for me 8) Incentives: £100 cashback for existing mortgage… Read more

dimon721 h, 58 m ago

Tim, thanks a lot! Managed to get that deal from NW directly by applying …Tim, thanks a lot! Managed to get that deal from NW directly by applying online yesterday. DIP approved, waiting valuation appointment. How long did NW to book a valuation for you from getting a descission?



Your welcome buddy. Erm about a week, NW just subcontract it to the valuer.

What type of property are you buying? How much deposit/total amount borrowed etc.

That's fabulous you got the deal, I have benefitted greatly from this site over the years so it's nice to give something back.

timmyboy1477 h, 9 m ago

Any luck with the deal?


Tim, thanks a lot! Managed to get that deal from NW directly by applying online yesterday. DIP approved, waiting valuation appointment. How long did NW to book a valuation for you from getting a descission?

dimon727th Dec

Where did you find this deal please? I can only see with fees on their …Where did you find this deal please? I can only see with fees on their site.


Any luck with the deal?

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I paid £299 for broker to get that deal but i think just ring them there is a good chance it's still active and don't need to go through a broker
£20 cashback on purchase of £70 @ boden via nationwide visa EU offer
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This offer is valid for nationwide customers via simply rewards. Visit https://nationwide.visaoffers.eu for registration. £20 cashback on £70 spend at boden. Cashback paid within… Read more

good spot , showing on mine

Not on mine either

Doesn't seem to be showing on my account
The Nationwide FlexDirect account pays 5% for the first year upto £2,500 and regular saver £250. Also if you know someone then you and them get £100
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The FlexDirect account could be right for you if you're after an account that pays you interest when you have money in your account and you prefer to do your banking online or over… Read more

does the recommend a friend work if I want to open a joint account?

I switched my TSB account to this not long ago and me and my friend got £100 each as he was the recommend a friend. Then a month later I have just switched my wife’s account from TSB and we both got £100 each, I recommended her, easy switch and money.
If you switch for the £100 recommend you have to have 2 direct debits set up on that account. If you don't know anyone with a nationwide account just shout easy £100 each.
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Ashe27 m ago

The first line you quote refers to the Nationwide current account, where …The first line you quote refers to the Nationwide current account, where you can indeed get 5% for an entire year on £2500 - although the discussion in this thread which you replied to is about the £250 a month regular saver.


oh, sorry, I got my cons mixed up.

Askrulous22 m ago

I see it as a con when the first line says '"Access to 5% AER (4.89% gross …I see it as a con when the first line says '"Access to 5% AER (4.89% gross p.a) interest on in-credit balances of up to £2,500 (fixed for the first 12 months)." I stuck £6k into Tesco bank because they were paying 3%. I knew full well it was an absolutely crap rate on a pittance, but I knew exactly what I was getting. This sort of account lures you in with a tag line, then its up to you as a punter to unravel just a how crap the whole thing is.


The first line you quote refers to the Nationwide current account, where you can indeed get 5% for an entire year on £2500 - although the discussion in this thread which you replied to is about the £250 a month regular saver.
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Nationwide. Anytime switch from a tracker to fixed rate. £100 Cashback. (i.e. from 1.84% tracker to 1.74% fixed about 65%LTV)
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This (possibly) deal is for people on Nationwide tracker mortgages only. If you are on a tracker mortgage rate then your rate recently increased by 0.25% due to Bank of England rat… Read more

Naktis11th Nov

it might be at trap for legacy products taken ages ago, forgive my …it might be at trap for legacy products taken ages ago, forgive my ignorance but i have not heard about BMR rates and products, but not for someone on a tracker deal taken 2 years ago...


You're right, I've just re-read properly and see that the offer is for any tracker. It's just the lifetime BMR that needs more careful consideration, but even that may be worth it. Though there's something nice about being free for life from periodic remortgaging.

I did this switch about 3 years back. Currently paying 1.37%. Sure it will go up by 0.25% shortly but still less than I was paying before. It's been a great few years for mortgage interest rates.

Switching to a Nationwide fixed may also limit the overpayments you can make to 10% of the amount you borrowed. 1st world problems and all that, but it might stop it being a no-brainer for some people.

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gwapenut9 h, 25 m ago

It's a trap. They've been itching to get people off their legacy BMR …It's a trap. They've been itching to get people off their legacy BMR product for years. Rates may edge up another 0.5% in the next 3 years if BoE guidance is correct ... but with Brexit etc there's every chance they'll edge down again as part of a natural economic cycle.5% - 10% base rates are no longer the "normal" level.Luckily I have a Woolwich lifetime tracker now running at half a percent below the Nationwide BMR, so it's an easier call for me to stay put. I agree NW is less clear cut but would still be inclined to stay on the BMR.

it might be at trap for legacy products taken ages ago, forgive my ignorance but i have not heard about BMR rates and products, but not for someone on a tracker deal taken 2 years ago...

jb665 h, 26 m ago

Seems a no brainer, rates are not going to go down again


It's a trap. They've been itching to get people off their legacy BMR product for years. Rates may edge up another 0.5% in the next 3 years if BoE guidance is correct ... but with Brexit etc there's every chance they'll edge down again as part of a natural economic cycle.

5% - 10% base rates are no longer the "normal" level.

Luckily I have a Woolwich lifetime tracker now running at half a percent below the Nationwide BMR, so it's an easier call for me to stay put. I agree NW is less clear cut but would still be inclined to stay on the BMR.
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£8 off an Uber taxi ride with fares over £8. Nationwide account holder rewards.
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£8 off an Uber taxi ride with fares over £8. Nationwide account holder rewards.
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othen5 h, 34 m ago

You know you were being needlessly rude, just leave it at that and don't …You know you were being needlessly rude, just leave it at that and don't try to pick a fight by claiming the moral high ground.


I do not need to claim the moral high ground as that is a given. When people like you think sexual abuse comments can be witty and then try to weasel away from what you have said just proves how truly worthless your comments are.

thomasleep7 h, 48 m ago

Your version and most peoples vary massively as to what witty is. I do not …Your version and most peoples vary massively as to what witty is. I do not find comments about sex offenders witty in any way shape or form!


You know you were being needlessly rude, just leave it at that and don't try to pick a fight by claiming the moral high ground.

thomasleep54 m ago

Yes crime happens in other places too, and can your stats be verified? or …Yes crime happens in other places too, and can your stats be verified? or just your opinion?


Those are the police stats, 48 reported alleged attacks by uber drivers in London between Feb 2016 to Feb 2017. Expect that to be highly increased if you were to get the whole of the uk stats.
you seem to be taking this kinda personal, would you care to explain your reaction to my flippant comment?
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othen16 h, 29 m ago

There is no need to be rude to other subscribers; it was quite a witty …There is no need to be rude to other subscribers; it was quite a witty comment.


Your version and most peoples vary massively as to what witty is. I do not find comments about sex offenders witty in any way shape or form!

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£8 off apparently cold, maybe £8 on top of the fare would suit you
Nationwide Flex Direct Current Account Pays 5% interest on balances up to £2500
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The FlexDirect account could be right for you if you're after an account that pays you interest when you have money in your account and you prefer to do your banking online or over… Read more

The problem with the regular saver £500/£250 month is that you actually only get 5% interest on the first month's installment. Every month after that the next installments are there for 1/12 of the year less, so you'll only make 11/12 of 5% on the second £500, 10/12 of 5% on the 3rd £500 and so on. So eventually it actually works out around 2.5% which isn't that great. Although, not bad if having the initial capital is a struggle and you prefer to work with cashflow.

The real benefit of flex direct, and the reason why it is so much better than any current regular savings account is that you do receive a full 5% on a full £2500. It's not watered down in any way, and it's better than most other savings accounts right now.
Edited by: "davidicus" 7th Oct 2017

Still one of the better bank account offers and the refer bonus to switch is just a nice £100 bonus.

Hotmeal23 h, 50 m ago

From day 1: wang in £2500. Then recurring from month 2 wang in £1000 a m …From day 1: wang in £2500. Then recurring from month 2 wang in £1000 a month which you can immediately transfer back (plus interest gained on the £2500) to another account, ensuring you leave £2500. Done.



Cool. Could you transfer from PayPal the £1000 each month? And what happens if you forget to transfer £1000?

Can recommend for £100 incentive

folks, if this deal is news to you please go check out moneysavingexpert. This has been around for years, and is their standard product. It's like posting a deal for RRP of something.

BTL is the reason first time buyers can't afford anything! Money goes to money...

i didn't think they did 85% BTL

cadmus10 m ago

Just completed a 10 year fixed at 2.49% with First direct with no fees …Just completed a 10 year fixed at 2.49% with First direct with no fees whatsoever


These are buy to let mortgages, completely different to residential.

Just completed a 10 year fixed at 2.49% with First direct with no fees whatsoever

hhali

Rates have come down. I got 2.89% on a LTV of 85% late last year


was that for BTL or residential ?
£5 cashback when you spend £30 @ lidl with simply rewards by Nationwide
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£5 cashback @ Lidl when you spend £30. Use your registered nationwide visa card to pay. You have to register with simply rewards by nationwide offer. Offer valid till 31 July 17… Read more

thanks op

Just logged on and was able to get the offer, so thanks for that.

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CaroFielding14 h, 47 m ago

where do I see this on my card?


@CaroFielding it's not on your card .. you have to register using the link provided and than make your purchase using your qualifying card ... The cashback will be added to your bank account automatically within couple of weeks or so.

eset12345

what are you afraid of?


The word "afraid" has three very different common meanings and usages.

mattu

Not on mine I'm afraid.



what are you afraid of?
Students! Free debit card withdrawals abroad with Nationwide FlexStudent
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Pay attention students! Nationwide has made a few changes to its student account, making it fee-free. FlexStudent offers the following: • No monthly fee • No fees on cash with… Read more
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megamit

You are better off getting a monzo card to use abroad since it also has … You are better off getting a monzo card to use abroad since it also has free withdrawals abroad.



A week and 2 days and i am down to 4,000 places. I started on 26,000 on the list.

manbearpig1 h, 32 m ago

Didn't you read today that a student was complaining about being £69k in …Didn't you read today that a student was complaining about being £69k in debt? It was laughable.https://www.theguardian.com/education/2017/jul/11/student-debt-graduates-tuition-feesThis moron actually made the national news. She's clearly very stupid with bad grades because she only got into Westminster University (terrible, one of the worst). Started off doing fecking TV production and then moved to PR, it's beggars belief.These imbeciles are going to university, taking on debt and then somehow get picked up by the national news. Judging by her size she has clearly drank and eaten every penny of the maintenance loan. This is why normal hardworking people shouldn't vote for labour. They support this.


Unbelievable.

Nope Labour is the students vote by default.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 11th Jul 2017

J4GG410th Jul

Heres me thinking students cannot afford to even eat hence known for …Heres me thinking students cannot afford to even eat hence known for eating beans on toast and pot noodles.Now i know why, they're always abroad on holiday getting free cash withdrawels.


Didn't you read today that a student was complaining about being £69k in debt? It was laughable.

theguardian.com/edu…ees

This moron actually made the national news. She's clearly very stupid with bad grades because she only got into Westminster University (terrible, one of the worst). Started off doing fecking TV production and then moved to PR, it's beggars belief.

These imbeciles are going to university, taking on debt and then somehow get picked up by the national news. Judging by her size she has clearly drank and eaten every penny of the maintenance loan.

This is why normal hardworking people shouldn't vote for labour. They support this.

Or you can use a Halifax clarity card, cash withdrawals are free. Just make sure you pay some money into your account first, or you will pay an interest charge until you pay it off

Or just open a Starling account. Similar to Monzo but with a proper current account, and no minimum deposit requirement
The Nationwide FlexDirect account Pays 5% interest on balances on £2500 *****PLEASE DO NOT OFFER / REQUEST REFERRALS*****
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The FlexDirect account could be right for you if you're after an account that pays you interest when you have money in your account and you prefer to do your banking online or over… Read more

Correct

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crumpetman

It changed earlier this month for new accounts. If you already have a … It changed earlier this month for new accounts. If you already have a regular saver then it will still be upto £500 per month.


Yes but then once you start another one will it then drop to £250?

It changed earlier this month for new accounts. If you already have a regular saver then it will still be upto £500 per month.

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Regular saver is only £250 now! Must of changed it

Here's how you can get £100 when you switch to a Nationwide current account.
Open one of our current accounts
You'll need to open one of our FlexAccount, FlexDirect or FlexPlus current accounts. If you already have a Nationwide current account that isn't your main one, you can still earn £100 by switching your main current account with another provider to us (at least two Direct Debits need to be switched as part of this process).

Switch your existing account to us
Then switch to us. The process is easy, thanks to the Current Account Switch Service, which takes seven working days. Many providers are signed up to the service. If they aren't, you can still apply manually on our site.

Enter your switch code
Once you start the switch, you'll be given a switch code. Enter this code below. This is how we make sure you and your friend get £100 each, so save the email you were sent (or bookmark this page) so you can come back and add your switch code. If you switched manually and don't have a code, visit our FAQ page.
Cheap(er) wine, beer and spirits for Nationwide card customers at Majestic
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Nationwide customers can get £10 off a £40 purchase at Majestic Wines. Make sure that your card is registered for this offer before buying. Click 'Get Deal' to go to the offer pag… Read more

Can't use Clinton's and app voucher unfortunately. Don't have nationwide to test this on tho

excellent!!
Lidl - £5 back on purchases of £30 or more with Nationwide Simply Rewards
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Handy for the BBQ supplies this weekend if the weather holds off! £5 back on next purchase of £30 or more at Lidl using a registered card with Nationwide Simply Rewards. 'To red… Read more
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I have just logged into my account and the Lidl offer is there, thank you!

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The image above is my account. This is why I posted it this offer. Unfortunately my powers do not extend to knowing what each and every person in the Nationwide Rewards Scheme has in their account. With the post at 392 heat though this would point out that of the 10 people above (that commented and no doubt left negative heat with their feedback) there must have been over 250 - 300 people (that voted) that have the offer.

It's a wild goose chase not showing in mine

or me
Nationwide Flex Direct Current Account 5% on £2.5k for 12 months
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The FlexDirect account could be right for you if you're after an account that pays you interest when you have money in your account and you prefer to do your banking online or over… Read more
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Can recommend for £100 incentive

I can refer and split my payments as well

Can refer

Jacktheripper694 h, 53 m ago

I have tried but you don't have PM enabled


I can give you a referral if you are having difficulties.

mattyscfc

PM me mate, I am not active enough to PM you but I have a current account … PM me mate, I am not active enough to PM you but I have a current account ready to switch.



I have tried but you don't have PM enabled
Lidl -  £5 off your next purchase of £30 or more @ Nationwide Customers (Simply Rewards)
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£5 on your next purchase of £30 or more at Lidl Great deal if you are a nationwide customer. Simply Rewards is promoted on the Nationwide site. http://www.nationwide.co.uk/supp… Read more
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gavaskar27

Thanks


Although this offer says it expires on 14th May I have just been offered the same deal on my Rewards page valid until 1/6. I've only recently opened an account with Nationwide and the only shop I've used the card in is Lidl last week so I'm very pleased with it. Some of the rewards seem to be customer specific, like this one, whereas others seem to be widely available. Combined with the 5% interest offered on first £2500 balance for first year their Flexdirect seems one of the best accounts out there at the moment.

Its on my account today

can anyone who did get it state their city or county? I'm wondering if some people get it based on location and others don't...many thanks

So, doesn't come up in my simply rewards

scubascuba3

Difficult to spend over 35.41€ (£30) at Lidl



Any of the award wines to your liking?
Nationwide Flex Direct Current Account 5% on £2.5k for 12 months
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The FlexDirect account could be right for you if you're after an account that pays you interest when you have money in your account and you prefer to do your banking online or over… Read more

2 referrals left, first come, first serve. Pm me

Can recommend

Close the account, wait 12 months, apply again.

I've got this account. After the year has ended, how long before we can apply for the same type of account again?

I missed out on "thesameagain" offer but if anyone else wants to be recommended then just drop a PM
£5 cashback on your next purchase of £30 @ lidl from simply rewards by nationwide
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£5 cashback on your next purchase of £30 @ lidl , instore only Also another good one was 15% cashback @ Harvester, this will come in handy over easter log into your accounts to s… Read more

Took me 3 months to get my recommend a friend £100, and my friend who recommended me never got hers, im on my way there soon to close this account, i wouldnt waste my breath on this sh1thole

i have had this offer 2 times and both times they did not honor it even after providing them with evidence that i had used the card and that the offer was valid on my account they just ignored it in the end and now the offer is shown again in my account

noelphobic

I've submitted an online query to ask why the offer is no longer showing. … I've submitted an online query to ask why the offer is no longer showing. Will report back when I get a response.


I didn't get a response but have just checked and the offer is showing again, expiring tomorrow.

From Saturday morning shop my redemption is being processed had an email just now. I might even try some others now

I checked just before I went as last time it vanished from early morning to later that day
Nationwide Mortgages 1.24%
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I think people have already spoke about this. But I have been amazed by this building society. I switched my mortgage from Natwest (I was paying around £495 per month) to nationwid… Read more

That's a great deal, won't be needing it though as mortgage free since Monday

M_z

So their mortgages are to fund the purchase of a house you want to … So their mortgages are to fund the purchase of a house you want to actually live in, otherwise you get a 1% penalty? Don't see a problem with that myself. If "you dont yet have enough equity to move to a BTL mortgage" you probably shouldn't be a landlord.



​we're going to rent our home and move to Switzerland. the advice from sniper penguin is extremely helpful for us as we are looking to remortgage in April.

dannyshep

I pay 268 live up norf it's cheaper


i really need to move, our mortgage is killing us ..sigh
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its a joke,
dont get yourself in a knot over it...

FREEZIN_WOLF

What an idiotic comment. The poster could have a released equity, could … What an idiotic comment. The poster could have a released equity, could have bought years ago or any number of other reasons. Your comment is extremely naive.


cliosport65

​Interest rate would have gone up by then



doubt that, rates are due to go down
Edited by: "AnnaMak" 19th Feb 2017