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All NatWest Bank Deals, Discounts & Sales for December 2018

£125 for switching your account to the NatWest Select Current Account (Quidco Earn £40/£50 cashback as well)
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Key features: - No Monthly fee - Earn £125 for switching your current account held elsewhere to NatWest by the 3 December 2018. Use Current Account Switch Service, deposit £1,500… Read more
romas.cacurinas

same no tracking

saraye

Same prob with me, no sign of tracking.... what a waste of time n effort

Annabelle2406

What about emailing Quidco directly? Jospeh one of the reps has always been very helpful. joseph@quidco.com

junglistic

Mine hasn't tracked yet. Can't see that NatWest cashback offer on Quidco any more. Can't make online claim too. Any solutions? Thanks.

PAUL7331

Mine still not tracked since monday so Ive just submitted a quidco missing cashback claim but it wouldn't let me add £0 as a transaction amount so was forced to put £50. Let's see what happens!

No foreign transaction fees Ever on Natwest Credit Card
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Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
The NatWest Credit Card Representative 9.9% APR (variable). No annual fee Good for - low rates and saving money abroad No foreign transaction fees Low rates on purchases and bala… Read more
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a904lea

Halifax Clarity has worked brilliantly for me for several years, highly recommended.

Anon32

Same for halifax clarity, tandem, creation, barclaycard and othets. The other thing is on those cards there are no cash machine fees either. On natwest they charge you 3% so withdraw £200 and you oay £6 for the privilege. Also cash interest is 15.7% which is less than Clarity so thats good.

vickyboy123

Yeah it looks like tandem pips clarity as long as you can get 18.9% APR. Cant find any info of withdrawal limit abroad

Dannyj2009

Would this card be any good for buying goods from the European union and delivered to the U.K. been using PayPal but their exchange rate isn't the best.

unhappybunny

You are confusing the Post Office MasterCard credit card, and post office counters (cash) currency exchange service

£125 to new and existing customers who switch their bank account @ NatWest
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NatWest has just launched a switching offer which gives £125 to new and existing customers who switch their main account to the bank. The switching offer applies to all of NatWes… Read more
creative_rub

I had this issue despite checking their welcome letter saying I could now pay money in and out - I submitted a complaint and withdrew my money £250 a day via the app. Reminds me why I’m not with them in the first place!

woldranger

Nope! The only way to access my money is to go to the local branch - remember those, yup, that's right, there aren't any - they were all closed! Turns out, if you choose to have a new card reader sent, you cant use ANY card reader till your new one comes through - I found that out through another wasted call to their cs. What a load of *&%$£££"!

RunsFromRobots

If you have a card reader from another bank/building society, it should work.

woldranger

Well that's great! I paid money in through an online banking transfer, left it in my NAtwest account for a few days and then figured I'd move the money back BUT I couldn't do it through the app so I tried online banking - nope! Turns out that you have to authorise new payee's via a card reader, THAT THEY DON'T SEND UNTIL YOU REQUEST IT! So if you're wanting to put the £1500 in with the idea that you'll move it out again, take this into consideration.

-888-

Yeah it seems that way. Thanks.

No foreign transaction fees Natwest Debit Card with Reward or packaged accounts
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Found 30th MayFound 30th May
If you are a natwest customer and have one of their Reward or packaged accounts you will pay no foreign transaction fees on purchases. The offer runs till the end of August
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kevessex

How do you get reward package ?

lazyboy

I have just left Natwest for Monzo after being ripped off for more than 20 years. Whenever there has been a problem Natwest have not been the slightest help.

seaniboy

Mirrors my experience, they see pound signs when financial adversity strikes customers, they have their own financial adversity to pay off so just make those that can least afford it pay. I was up front and honest from the moment I knew, first place I called was my bank, Royal Bull S*** you should do that like they ask. They took all my ESA out my account back then to pay the credit card that was in dispute and refused to return it even when I showed the branch the legislation they could not take charge of DWP money paid to me. Absolute nightmare of a banking group - and it’s common how many people tell me the same thing, one couple going through separation I know they took the same FULL amount of cash from two peoples single accounts to clear the joint account overdraft and it took months to get 50% each back, months! And not one of them closed the joint account with a signature in the first place it was just mentioned to telephone banking that they were separating when one of the parties wanted to know the procedure of that joint account - same day they swiped the FULL amount from both parties, leaving both them screwed for single account direct debits. Not even a apology just “we sorted it” months later.Terrible.

seaniboy

What they did was lend American banks a fortune who paid little of their even their federal bail outs back, this is the same as people who judge Scotland/independence is fruitless based on this bank - that bank is regulated by London, England not a Scottish government (or else they’d be some long proven professionals in there running it). I would not use them anyway (RBS Group) when I went off sick years ago they were absolutely willing to do nothing to help me - including a 18m old credit card transaction hitting my account and not giving me a £50 increase as I was off sick not on my full wage to avoid over limit fees, perfect history internal and external but no £50 limit rise. Be warned if your situation changes suddenly and you approach them ASAP they just see pound signs. At least Halifax throw compensation at you for mistakes. They just throw you to debt collection agencies, took a long time but they agreed they did not act in appropriate manner when I approached them, they even started chasing long term customer relatives for my debt they could have avoided. When I went in when it was all sorted to a branch at telephone banking request the manager refused to open me a new basic account as she had “better things to do at 4.30pm” & “why do you want this branch when the city one and X branch is closer to your address” I told her hers was the quietest and least queues so I came here. I called complaints in front of her and she was scathing angry listening to me lodge the complaint, when her landline rung and she was told open the account NOW, she then turned from Jekyll to Hyde and opened the account. Couldn’t even pay in cash to my dads own account same address at the counter for ‘money laundering reasons” when their online banking was down, let alone the melt downs their card systems had several times. Or their own computer system with both my old man and I as current customers (same name) different DOB needing extra checks by head office fraud team EVERYTIME even for a savings account LOL. You could not make a bank like that up, as bad as TSB of late. Terrible bank, I would never recommend it to anyone. Open a account for holidays if needs be if you can’t get a 0% fees credit card abroad, but close it down ASAP afterwards, and when applying accept no marketing in the sign up or prepare to be spammed by the bank and it’s Group and who they sell your info on.

d3k

Revolut’s weekend charge is ridiculously small and I bet even with the makeup the rate will still be better than high street banksters have. “At the weekend (Friday 00:00 - Sunday 23:59) we apply a small mark up on the spot rate as the Forex markets are closed. We take the rate from Friday 00:00 and apply a 0.5% mark up on major currencies and 1.0% on other currencies to protect the company from potential losses due to a large fluctuation in the rate. For illiquid currencies Russian Ruble and Thai Baht, there is 1.5% mark up on weekend.”

£100 to switch to Natwest current account + 2% cashback on bills
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£100 to switch to Natwest current account + 2% cashback on bills
Want to grab some cash for switching you current account? Natwest has joined the mob of banks offering cash incentives to switch. But not for long though – you only have until … Read more
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IvnDelSur

I got £100 too! Can I switch to another company now? Is there any other offer?

JFRASER

I applied for the switch again this year, received the switch incentive in April, nothing so far this time.

monster144

Sharpharp. So did you get the £100? I tried a second application. This time for a JOINT account, No switching bonus received yet and August 10 has come and gone. Anyone had success contacting them please?

pound_sterling

£100 is in. where to go from here any suggestions ?

cliosport65

Still waiting for mine (annoyed)

Natwest Current Account Switch - £125 incentive
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Natwest are offering £125 to switch your current account to them, this must be done online and to qualify you must- complete a full switch, pay £1500 and log into either online or … Read more
martin_latimer

maybe did what they did to be back in feb or was in jan, any ways a week or so after i appalled, natwest sent a letter stating that i need to go in brunch with some more id to prove i was me, to complete the switch, witch i did, and got paid on time, -- if nothing like that happened than i dunno, just one of they many ways to get out of it on other note i still get junk ppi calls and accident claim calls, daily from who ever they sold my mobile number to (used a new number with them like i do with everyone i have tons of sims, so i know it was them)

Josh_Sutton

Been told I don't qualify as I only completed a partial switch, what does that even mean?!

KoDc

didn't get paid yet 09:00 today

pound_sterling

I was paid today.

sbirsen

I received a letter claiming I am not eligible because I didn't use the switching request. Except I did. I noted down the account which I was moving from (which was a first direct savings account), but it appears they messed it up during the transfer and just opened a new account. A lot of waiting for nothing basically. I might give them a call to complain, but not impressed with the service to be honest.

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7% cashback at Jamie's Italian with Natwest Rewards
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7% cashback at Jamie's Italian with Natwest Rewards
Spend 30 squids at Jamie's Italian and get 7% cashback with Natwest rewards 10% CASHBACK AT ASK -CAN BE US3D WITH ALL THE OTHER THOUSANDS OF ASK OFFERS - BONZA NATWEST CUSTOMER… Read more
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jakerushworth

Ok

thomas01155

You should leave Natwest and RBS they are propped up by government money. RBS is largely to blame for the UK financial crisis and now they constantly receive fines. Where do you think the money comes from? They received another $5.5 billion penalty this month. https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jul/12/rbs-fine-us-loan-misselling-scandal-federal-housing-finance-agency

emmatthew

I have 10% cash back with my Halifax card. Worth checking if you have one.

misterleoni

Jamie is NOT Italian. I think he wishes he was though...

Natwest Savings Builder 1.5% Instant Access Saving Account
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*Feeling brave, here goes...* I suspect this deal might go stone cold given that there aren't really any good savings deals at the moment, but this is the best and most flexible sa… Read more
fps_d0minat0r

I think I'll stick to the small savers lol. Next best thing I found was the post office online saver at 1.3%. Can put in however much money you like but after a year you only get 0.25% interest.

fps_d0minat0r

You can click the unexpire button just below the main post. I think a certain amount of people have to click it though before it becomes unexpired.

alexc100

Based on your comments is there a way I can in-expire this deal? I don’t know why it expired in the first place 🤨

chamelion

fundingcircle? depends on your appetite for risk.

fps_d0minat0r

I did. Its not a lot more interest in terms of percentage and/or money because they only let you put in peanuts. e.g. TSB is 2%, you can only put in £250 a month (so I'd still be left wondering where to put my other money) and I'd have the inconvenience of managing yet another current account. I already have the best ones that pay 5% (santander and nationwide). Was looking for a way to get a fair bit of interest on a larger amount.

10% rewards (max £10 back) at Amazon.co.uk (Natwest Reward Credit Card)
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Found 4th Apr 2017Found 4th Apr 2017
I've just logged in to MyRewards on natwest and noticed they're offering 10% back (up to a max of £10) at Amazon.co.uk. If eligible, you should be able to get a £10 back on a £10… Read more
WillPS

I'm sure if you ring the number on the back of your card they'll be able to share with you the colour of your card.

Jeffrey44

I don't see colour.

OKnotOK

Agreed - other than the limited time special offers with some of the Amex cards this seems to be the best out there now that the Capital One card has taken away their 1% on everything. Was even better until the end of March with a bonus for using contactless

WillPS

Agreed. Although it has lost a bit of its edge now that the extra 1% on contactless spending has gone, still for places that don't accept Amex it is brilliant. A no-brainer, along with the Rewards current account.

cutthroat_jake

Well spotted OP! Here's a screengrab from the My Rewards site........ BTW This is about the best cashback card out there just now. I've had hundreds of pounds back from just my usual monthly spend. If you haven't got one already, I would seriously consider it.

Nat West rewards, from £3 pm easy money.
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Nat West rewards, from £3 pm easy money.
Been using this for 11 months now and already have £110 earned so tripled my money and it's based on certain direct debits so for me my council tax dd puts me in profit straight aw… Read more
knack

You don't get rewards on mortgage payments. You pay £3 fee and get 3% back on direct debits for Council Tax, mobile, landline, TV package, gas, electricity and broadband. If you spend more than £100 per month on these, you will receive rewards, though whether it's worth it depends on how much more than £100 you spend.

holty1971

​Halifax, Santander & TSB have all reduced the incentives payable to customers since the turn of the year which makes the NatWest offering even more attractive.

Ishme

:D:D Great!!! Just opened an account recently specifically for DD. So now applied to change to this. Make money for spending money... why not.

didgit

Not worth it for me as not spending enough on bills... not voting either way as I can see it would be a good deal for people with biger bills. p.s. shouldn't this thread be in personal finance rather than Home and Garden ?

katya1971

Im interested in this u have a woolwhich mortgage. I currently just pay my dd from first direct account, how does this work?

Any Size Hot Drink Free at Cafe Nero with Scan Code on 'Top Tips For A Cracking Christmas' email from Natwest Bank (Easily Missed!) and valid til 31st December
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Any Size Hot Drink Free at Cafe Nero with Scan Code on 'Top Tips For A Cracking Christmas' email from Natwest Bank (Easily Missed!) and valid til 31st December
Received an email from Natwest today titled 'Top Tips For A Cracking Christmas', assuming its national if opted in for emails and offers. If you scroll down towards the bottom ther… Read more
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dansmith10588

​glad it worked :)

mysuni

I had the code on my email. the expiry is 31st December

OwlEye

Thanks for posting, Anyone know the expiry date

dfurn

Worked for me this morning at about 0805h. So super thanks to Dan. The code itself is similar to the O2 codes and they only work once. However worth a try for someone else certainly. I asked the staff in my Nero to try the code first before they made my drink; I might suggest that to whoever tries it next.

dansmith10588

let us know if someone uses it please

Download & activate NatWest app and they will donate £2 to SPORTS RELIEF
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Download & activate NatWest app and they will donate £2 to SPORTS RELIEF
We're proud to be an official partner of Sport Relief. It's a fantastic chance to get active, raise money and change lives. Half the money they raise will be used to fund projects … Read more
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eslick

Good to see a bank owned by the tax payer giving away money to charity, no wonder we are never going to get the money back.

Camcam911

Probably does the job nicely, still using my Nokia X6, so ya know. Decent enough deal anyways, I'll install it on the missus' phone just to take advantage.

breezerman123

who has a 3gs its the 21st century

Ingliston

Just like a bank to try to gain a marketing advantage on the back of a charity, yet they want us to believe they have mended their ways. Right.

Gamer_U

I would but my 3GS only goes up to v6 and the app requires v7 (can't go any further because the phone's hacked to have the carriers unlocked).

NatWest current rewards account £3 per month
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NatWest current rewards account £3 per month
Earn 3% on your household bills. Gas, electric, broadband, mobile phone, council tax etc. For most people council tax alone would outweigh the £3 charge.
calumm

RBS Reward Account: http://personal.rbs.co.uk/personal/current-accounts/compare-current-accounts/reward-account.html

brianp9

pretty simple really for me was with RBS current paying direct debits = nothing back Same direct debits through Natwest rewards = £10+ per month back ( minus fee ofcourse )

Sharpharp

This is rubbish, 0% interest on any savings

itm2

[quote=kpearsoncj]https://supportcentre.natwest.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/501/~/how-can-i-use-webchat%3F[quote=itm2][quote=Coffee100][quote=kpearsoncj] Very amusing text from that link: "You may also be invited to web chat with us if we think you need assistance" So it's by invitation only. Natwest pushing back the frontiers of customer service and technology once again ;0)

kpearsoncj

https://supportcentre.natwest.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/501/~/how-can-i-use-webchat%3F

3% back on Natwest rewards when you fill up at BP when you spend £30 or more
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3% back on Natwest rewards when you fill up at BP when you spend £30 or more
3% back in rewards when you spend £30 or more on BP when you use your natwest debit card! Valid until 25th November
mutley1

i will pay the monthly £3 fee next year to continue as i get more than this as cashback. i get something like £15 a month.

yas212

I'll be cancelling mine at the end of the year! Well it's free now plus you get bonus nectar points so I thought it was a good deal but, oh well!

mutley1

you have a point there. depends on the bp station. ours used to be 3p more than our esso but i have noticed that bp price is getting closer to esso recently.

MynameisM

i voted Cold as bp is around 5p more than the cheapest place around my area for petrol and Diesel per litre and 15p more for lpg so its no Good

GILLFREEBIE

Ah okay. Thanks for info!! We have this account anyway so hot from me....thanks OP

New Natwest Reward Accounts
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New Natwest Reward Accounts
Natwest launched new Reward current accounts yesterday, with the basic one costing just £3 a month and giving you: - 3% cashback on household bills paid by direct debit. - 1% on c… Read more
Topper1900

I don't really understand why people have to post they are staying with Santander as they have £20K in their current accounts, good for them but bank customers with £20K in a current account must be in the minority. If you are already a NatWest customer it's a good deal as you are now getting money for doing nothing, if you aren't you need to just weigh up which current account is giving the best perks.

pantaiema

Not ok:, because I do not know how much effort do I need to put to hunt the treasure. How much money inside .... I wonder if anyone here in this HUKD does not have any concern about money. Is it not true, we are all here mainly for that reason and you have been in HUKD for sometimes now .... I have a proposal donate it to HUKD so they could serve us better to facilitate finding a bargain...... Email the Mod about your intention. How does it sound .......

WillPS

Not sure why this is cold. For people relying on cashback from 1|2|3 Current Accounts these are a no brainer.

binda

Ok I will leave it in a black bag behind the tree at the top of the street in the town of the county which is part of the country of the world where i left it. OK.

chedixon

I'm getting about the same as you too, if you've already got a NatWest account its a no brainer :)

natwest offering 3% cash back on utilities paid from silver account via direct debit
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natwest offering 3% cash back on utilities paid from silver account via direct debit
Natwest offering 3% cash back on all utility bills that you pay by direct debit until the end of the year. Seems that this offer has no limit. Most utility companies included and a… Read more
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MrAzza

I'm looking forward to earning abit of cash back from my bills this runs up until the 31st December. If I've worked it out right and all the bills coming out this account are eligible I should get around £50 for this. Some of the trade up offers are good I'm currently saving what I have already earned I'm thinking of doubling it all up for currys/pcworld vouchers.

recessionproof

Terms and conditions look up around 14 and it gives the information it's quite hidden

Valiantcat

Where's the info on 3% cashback ? I am sure there is user error, but I can't find it.

wendyak

yes, yu will get an email within the next few days, you don't have to do anything :)

recessionproof

That's great, looks like it's all accounts but the basic that can qualify

Natwest Cashback Plus - cashback on your regular spending
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Natwest Cashback Plus - cashback on your regular spending
Natwest Cashback Plus offers cashback on your regular spending; in order to earn this cashback, you need to 'activate' your card. At the moment, you will earn the following rates … Read more
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DUNOEboutTENG

I wouldnt say it "sucks", I mean most people need to buy food and fuel. Depends who you're with I guess. I dont disagree Santander's is better overall however.

MATT2MC

The range of places for cashback is so niche - agree with the comment of Santander offering cashback on things almost everyone needs to pay

SteadVex

Its been going a while, frankly i cant understand how this can be cold when its totally free? If your already with NatWest you may as well use it,

CBEE2

I would assume this is a start for Natwest, they will move on from here after feedback & research. Looking forward to the future of this, signed up.

NATWEST PIGBY money bank
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NATWEST PIGBY money bank
Remeber the 80's woody and family pigs?? well they're back and revamped by the maker of wallace and gromit. FREE to new first saver account openers
toonarmani

It is free and it doesn't cost you anything? Opening the account is free and you can take the money out later

youngy7

You'd make more out of selling piggy bank than the lloyds account

kunjoosewala

0.8% interest rate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! So £100 in the account for a whole year earns a huge 80p WTF **** poor rate better do this one 3% at lloydstsb http://www.lloydsbank.com/savings/young-saver.asp Stuff the bloody piggy bank

KingAwKings

Would this really be free??after all banks are renowned for taking money

leechy010

Deal?

Natwest credit card offer - 0% on purchases and 0% interest on balances transferred both for 15 months - (low 0.9% fee) - 16.9% APR ***** £25 cash back also! *****
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** £25 cash back link below - Thanks to jacques** Seems to be the best around if your current card is running out of interest free months. Just in time for Christmas. 0.9% fee fo… Read more
doddza69

Great offer will definitely use over the Xmas. Thanks

Starr

It's really frustrating when people vote cold and don't mention a reason. Fair enough if you feel it's not a good deal but at least say why. Random cold voters do my head in!

Starr

Didn't think about Quidco. I wonder if there is Topcashback. You can switch your payout for Tesco vouchers and then x 4!!

superfamiking

I went through quidco.......hopefully going to get £20 from there.

Starr

You're welcome. Hope you went for the cash back!

Dual: Breakdown Cover, Mobile Insurance, Worldwide Family Travel Insurance, TasteCard and National Trust with Natwest Select Platinum
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Dual: Breakdown Cover, Mobile Insurance, Worldwide Family Travel Insurance, TasteCard and National Trust with Natwest Select Platinum
Not sure if everyone is aware of this, you don't need to bank with Natwest or RBS to use these benefits. You can open a single or joint Select Platinum Account with Natwest or RBS … Read more
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dr_genestealer

Not sure about the mobile cover, It's not gadget insurance anymore only mobile, Natwest's is via Car Phone Warehouse, so you can get your new phone delivered or pick it up from store. Breakdown is via Britannia Rescue vs Natwest Green Flag, which it better? I think I will have you use this website: Link

dr_genestealer

Sorry to say but co-op no longer offer this.

dr_genestealer

Thanks everyone for the feedback, I will look into the other banks for their benefits.

aym280

misleading - £16 A MONTH , not annually!

BritishDragon

I've got a packaged account with Co-Op bank. IIRC it's £10 per month. I got it for the phone & gadget insurance: It covers 4 phones - so that's 2 iphones, a galaxy note &Bberry covered (£50 excess iirc) & upto £1000 of gadgets - so that's 2 iPad 4th gens covered Worldwide family travel insurance Worth it for me I worked out