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Robert Dyas 12% cashback from Santander when using Santander debit card
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05/12/2017Expires on 05/12/2017Found 5th NovFound 5th Nov
12% cashback on purchases from Robert Dyas when using Santander debit card Maximum £30 cashback, only 1 transaction Expires 5th December 2017

5% for me

Seems lately that lots of banks are doing cashback from particular stores.

Same on my Halifax

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Co-op food - 10% cashback with Santander
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Account specific. 10% cashback (max £30) until Oct 29th at Co-op food - one single purchase only, with debit or credit card. Found on my Santander current account.

I assume you get cash back and discount

And / or ongoing 10% reduction at the checkout for NUSx card holders. Anybody can obtain an NUSx card for a fee
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Santander credit or debit card holders 7% cashback at Morrisons
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Hi this is not of use to everybody but if you log in to your online banking and go to my offers you can get 7% cashback when using your credit or debit card in Morrisons...lots of … Read more

I don't know how it works but I assume your spending data is shared anonymously with some kind of marketing company who then bid for your data and assign offers accordingly

ses6jwg55 m ago

That's why. It's targeted depending on your card use.



It looks like data is shared though...
My main bank account is with Santander, and I use it only for salary and direct debits, I rarely pay with the Santander debit or credit card.
I have another bank account with Lloyds, which I rarely use, and which is linked to a Lloyds Avios credit card, my main credit card (I use it for 99% of my payments to collect air miles, I can't remember when was last time I used cash).
On both accounts, I get exactly the same cashback offers, with the same T&C, 99% of the times with the same % of cashback. Occasionally I get something extra on Lloyds, occasionaly something different on Santander.
e.g. yesterday I found a 10% cashback with Co-op on Lloyds and after few hours it was available also on Santander, although I shopped at Co-op for the first time few weeks ago (just to collect the free £5 with the Paypoint top up of my Amazon account) and never got cashback from them in the past (got twice from Morrisons, where I go only to buy Amazon gift cards and get the cashback, and lots of times with Waitrose, where I shop more often).
So if it's true that these offers are based on your card use, then it's likely there's a third party company which provides most of these offers to both banks, which collects personal data, shared on more than one bank account.

james109999 h, 46 m ago

hardly ever actually, mainly just use it as the 1,2,3 account to keep £20k …hardly ever actually, mainly just use it as the 1,2,3 account to keep £20k in there for 1.5% interest.


That's why. It's targeted depending on your card use.

nothing for me, waste of time looking :-(

ses6jwg15 m ago

Do you use your santander card a lot or no?


hardly ever actually, mainly just use it as the 1,2,3 account to keep £20k in there for 1.5% interest.
5 year Fixed Rate Mortgage 1.79% - No Fees @ Santander
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Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Just seen this deal from Santander: 5 year Fixed Rate Mortgage 1.79% - No Fees Maximum LTV is 60% Seems to be the best rate (currently) for a 5 year term without a produ… Read more

I called them this morning, we have had our offer through for the 1.79% no fee deal and was told that as long as we complete by the end of December they will honour the rate even if they increase today.

I would act quick - took me 30 minutes to get through this morning, probably as the Bank of England are meeting today to decide whether to increase base rate......
rcfc877 m ago

Wow. hope they honour the 1.79% they have quoted me in the key facts[Image]

Edited by: "cazsilver" 2nd Nov

cazsilver3 m ago

I`m just about to send my papers back for remortgage on the 5 year 1.79% …I`m just about to send my papers back for remortgage on the 5 year 1.79% with £999 fee, just phoned as late and was advised to send back asap as rate is now 1.85......


Wow. hope they honour the 1.79% they have quoted me in the key facts32352806-PNzDJ.jpg
Edited by: "rcfc87" 2nd Nov

rcfc8723 s ago

Thanks! You reminded me to apply



I`m just about to send my papers back for remortgage on the 5 year 1.79% with £999 fee, just phoned as late and was advised to send back asap as rate is now 1.85......

flyingflea43 m ago

can't believe this is still available given that most of the other banks …can't believe this is still available given that most of the other banks and building society's are removing their best deals


Thanks! You reminded me to apply

offered 1.79% over 5 years with no fees

Excellent deal
Edited by: "rcfc87" 2nd Nov
10% cashback at Morrisons with Santander My Offers
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Found 26th AugFound 26th Aug
Just found in both Santander and Lloyds current accounts. Earn 10% Cashback at Morrisons on all your groceries purchases until 24/09/2017, maximum total reward £10. Excludes petro… Read more

I had this in my offers at 10%, I shop at Morrisons on a weekly basis and i only have a debit card with santander.

Sorry but not in my offers either

I do not have credit card with Santander

zararh9 h, 43 m ago

I never use my debit card always credit card because I get 1% cash backDo …I never use my debit card always credit card because I get 1% cash backDo you think I should stop using credit and use debit instead?

doesn't matter. You get the cashback if you use debit or credit card.

I checked mine, 5% cashback, must spend over £50, maximum £10 reward. I shop at morrisons all the time so quite happy that i have finally got the offer.

Also got an offer for EE, £50 cashback if i take out a sim only, pay monthly, deal. Not bad for once. Wonder if i would get cashback through quidco as well?
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Santander 123 Lite Account - Get 5% extra cashback until 30 September when you make purchases using Apple Pay, Android PayTM and Samsung Pay
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Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Get 5% extra cashback until 30 September when you make purchases using Apple Pay, Android PayTM and Samsung Pay. There is a £1 monthly fee and eligibility applies.

this was posted before but thanks for the reminder
my problem with this is that so few online retailers seem to accept android pay
I'd like 5% extra off an rx vega card, but amazon doesn't accept it, nor does any other retailer I know who also ships to the channel islands

imo not worth the hassle to switch. After sept 30, cash back on everything else is minimal

There is no limit to the amount of cashback that can be earned on eligible purchases.

Great just bought a 2 grand by 5 of is grea
Free four-year 16-25 Railcard with Santander 123 Student current account
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Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Santander is offering a four-year 16-25 Railcard if you open a student current account (obviously you need to be a student to do so). The Railcard normally costs £30 a year or £70… Read more
Editor
Editor

What if I already have a student account with...lets say HSBC. Can I still go ahead and make another student account?

16-25railcard.co.uk/usi….ds actually mature students can qualify for this railcard as long as you have a university tutor fill in part of the form

No love for mature students
Santander 0% for 30 months on blaance transfers and purchases credit card plus possible cashback
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Found 17th MayFound 17th May
0% on balance transfers and purchases for 30 months from date of account opening (2.75% fee applies, £5 minimum) No monthly fee Retailer Offers – get five welcome cashback offers r… Read more

Python5

actually meant you. when i clicked your relink. it went to current … actually meant you. when i clicked your relink. it went to current accounts. maybe its their redirecton



Are you sure? I haven't posted my own link, was quoting BeneCog as above. Whatever the case, yes HUKDs way of linking and Santanders site don't play nice. If you copy and paste the text for the link into a new browser as I mentioned in my original reply it will work (right click copy link address won't as that takes the HUKD redirect URL).
Edited by: "morgie" 22nd May

morgie

It's not mine Think you meant to reply to BeneCog.



​actually meant you. when i clicked your relink. it went to current accounts. maybe its their redirecton

Python5

LOL. your's goes to Current account also.



It's not mine Think you meant to reply to BeneCog.

morgie

You'll need to copy and paste the above link from here to avoid going to … You'll need to copy and paste the above link from here to avoid going to the current accounts page.



LOL. your's goes to Current account also.

BeneCog

Your link goes to their Current Account page; use this link - … Your link goes to their Current Account page; use this link - http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/credit-cards/everyday-credit-card2.75% BT fee; £5.00 minimum.



You'll need to copy and paste the above link from here to avoid going to the current accounts page.
5% cash back at Waitrose with Santander My Offers - ymmv
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Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Just found this in my santander banking app. Simply select the offer, and shop before May21st. 5% off, Maximum cash back £30. Stackable with mywaitrose offers. In store and online… Read more

Original Poster

hansam75

Thank you. Got a couple of vouchers left for £8 off a £40 spend so will d … Thank you. Got a couple of vouchers left for £8 off a £40 spend so will definitely be shopping there this weekend with this added offer


If you have any extras you want to get rid of, I'd appreciate the donation

Thank you. Got a couple of vouchers left for £8 off a £40 spend so will definitely be shopping there this weekend with this added offer

Had it recently. Santander app keeps crashing on my phone which is annoying to check offers. I also have vouchers for 8 off 40 quite regularly, and tend to pop in on days when things I want are reduced e.g. Fish on Fridays.

Don't have Santander account , but it's on my Lloyds and Halifax account too

Only for selected account holders.

I don't have this on my offers now but I have had it in the past.
Santander C.Card 0% Bal Transf for 41 months with NO Bal Transf Fee + Cashback + 0 % Purchases 6 months + No Foreign Transaction Fees.
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
There IS a monthly fee of £3 - seems reasonable for all of the above. I applied for the Sainsburys deal a few weeks ago but their paperwork was all over the place and not clear a… Read more

Original Poster

Applied around midnight last night - got confirmation around 9am this morning - card on its way - be here in 3 days with a £12000 credit limit - bal transfer initiated from a Virgin Credit Card 0 percent deal I had from a few years ago that was due to expire.

I am NEVER going to spend on this card - its purely for the free balance transfer - the £3 a month seems fair for what they are offering - 41 months x £3 is what it will cost me.

However I hope to have it paid off before then - and I don't have to worry about interest for a few years whilst I am paying it off ;-)

Dave

KiNG

£3 a month to have a credit card, no thanks.



​Use as a purchase card, you would actually make £2 a month on a £1000 monthly spend. So really your looking at getting £24 a year for using the card, not including the 5 welcome cash back offers available.

Have some heat too OP, good deal on all accounts - 41 month balance transfer with no fees is a bargain!
Edited by: "MrClifford" 20th Apr

£3 a month to have a credit card, no thanks.
10% cashback on co-op grocery shop when you pay with Santander card @ co-op
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Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Worth it if you're getting the co-op Easter deal. Which reminds me, not noticed that posted this year? it was a good one last Easter. Just a reminder to check the offers in your … Read more

account specific

Original Poster

molly2010

only showing as 5% on mine



Oh. Still free money tho, so it's all good

Also available with Halifax if you don't have Santander.

only showing as 5% on mine

Thank you op, heat added
Santander Regular eSaver for 1|2|3 World or Santander Select customers 5% interest from next week April 2017
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Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Hi.. Just a heads up. Thought it might be of benefit to some.. Have just been to Santander to open my regular eSaver account and been informed by the staff that starting from next… Read more

b33r

Are you definitely trying to set up the standing order FROM your 123 … Are you definitely trying to set up the standing order FROM your 123 account and not your regular saver? I didn't have a problem setting up a SO as soon as it was opened.



​It wouldn't let me set the standing order up on the app but I logged onto the website and it worked.

themadgoose

I got the email. This is straight up. And the rates ARE showing on their … I got the email. This is straight up. And the rates ARE showing on their website, from April 3rd.And yes - we know it's not a lot of difference - but if you do all these things correctly, you can park a significant chunk of cash away at 5%, simply by having the same money going around in circles.



LOL, "significant" at £200 max a month with interest cumulatively? (_;)

fossman

Thanks, I would have missed this if it wasn't posted on here.I have … Thanks, I would have missed this if it wasn't posted on here.I have opened the account tonight and transferred in the first £200.For some reason I am unable to set up a standing order to transfer the money over in future months, is this just a glitch because the accounts only just been opened?



Are you definitely trying to set up the standing order FROM your 123 account and not your regular saver? I didn't have a problem setting up a SO as soon as it was opened.

Thanks, I would have missed this if it wasn't posted on here.

I have opened the account tonight and transferred in the first £200.

For some reason I am unable to set up a standing order to transfer the money over in future months, is this just a glitch because the accounts only just been opened?

Nice deal, I've opened this to go along with my Nationwide 5% regular saver and Virgin Money 2.25% saver. It may not be brilliant but in these times of low interest rates I say grab whatever is going!
Free 18-25 RAILCARD for 4 YEARS with Santander Student Bank account
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Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
Get a 4 year 18-25 railcard free with Santander Student Bank Account. This is a decent bank account anyway (3%interest on balances up to £2000 and free overdrafts up to £1500) real… Read more

Cazzzle

If you can get them to let you open one!



A bank account, or a coffin?

Trefonix

Why do people complain about tuition fees? Apparently British fees are … Why do people complain about tuition fees? Apparently British fees are some of the lowest around, and it gives an incentive for people who probably shouldn't go to university to get an apprenticeship instead or something



That's one way of looking at it I guess?.

Your referenced Apprenticeship what not's doesn't do much favours for the 'maturer folk' mind, does it? (as the Age Discrimination Barrier is prevalent there too?, so ..... )

So, kinda depends on your angle really ..... lol.

enxr

No, I got it because I was full time. The criteria is full time student … No, I got it because I was full time. The criteria is full time student over 18 years old. Not under age X.



Fair enough?. :-)

supermann

We have this magical thing called the internet. You can use it to find … We have this magical thing called the internet. You can use it to find out if mature students qualify for a 'young person's railcard'. To save you the time and effort, here's a link for you. https://www.16-25railcard.co.uk/help/faqs/mature-student/



Hahahahaha, joker!, I hear, lol.

Cazzzle

I've had a student account with Barclays for 2 years and wanted to switch … I've had a student account with Barclays for 2 years and wanted to switch to Santander for the railcard and better overdraft and grad account. Sat in the branch for an hour sorting it out to get a phone call an hour later saying I'd been rejected. No idea why they couldn't tell me, not got any bad credit. Other people I know who are worse with money than me have had no issues at all haha.


Britain led the worlds way with free education: primary, college or university, in my opinion if you any anytime as a UK born are expected to pay tax to HMRC you should be given education free. If you take away the will of the people you end up with a massive 'Social Security' bill year on year, then you end up paying them to have kids with tax credits and say you are doing everything to get them into further education, the UK state system has more barriers than opportunities because successive Labour & tory governments are tweaking a 1950's system from post WW2, not addressing it for a modern world 70 years later.

As you mentioned, today we give kids electronic cards in schools for school dinners that teach nothing about budgeting for the even basic principle of life - foodstuff. Why not give kids Child Tax Credits direct in a school holding account and they choose what they spend on dinners, after school club fees, fitness/sports memberships and sports equipment ? No we will just give it to the parents to spend on a mortgage/drink/drugs ??

Clueless governments stuck in WW2 mode.



enxr

If you're full time you get the rail card too,I think? I got one when I … If you're full time you get the rail card too,I think? I got one when I went to uni at 26 as was on a full time degree



I'm 30 and doing a degree online full time (120 credits a year) but they wont class it as full time due to it being distance learning, so the only help i get is the tuition fee loan, cant get any grants, help with books etc, council tax reduction, anything
Santander - 18 month fixed mortgage at 0.99%, 60% LTV
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Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Great deal for a short term mortage rate. Be aware that there is a fee of £1499. They are similarly matching the previous deal with HSBC which was the cheapest fixed rate on the m… Read more

crumpo

1500 booking fee and only lasting 18 months is crazy. As above, unless … 1500 booking fee and only lasting 18 months is crazy. As above, unless you only need bridge financing or a massive mortgage it isn't good.


I think we have all agreed this post is a bit daft, unless that is one needs a huge mortgage (well over about £200,000 to make it worthwhile) and has a £150,000 deposit. Even in those circumstances I'd be loath to hand over £1500 of my hard earned savings for an 18 month deal.

ruheluddin86

What else is good on the market? My BTL mortgage has come to an end with … What else is good on the market? My BTL mortgage has come to an end with Halifax (renewal at 3.29%, no fees, 2 yr fixed)... I only need 60k, house value 95k - thats 63% LTV right?


That sounds like a reasonable offer from Halifax. I have just renewed my BTL mortgage with Santander at (from memory) exactly the same rate, but fixed for 5 years. The BTL mortgage market is a bit different to the domestic one (less gimmicks like this post, but a bit more flexible as well).

price war between lenders with a £1499 upfront fee, same as paying 2.5% on a £100k mortgage, in the first 12 months. so why would you,

What else is good on the market? My BTL mortgage has come to an end with Halifax (renewal at 3.29%, no fees, 2 yr fixed)... I only need 60k, house value 95k - thats 63% LTV right?

Edited by: "ruheluddin86" 9th Feb

£1499 fee is the killer especially over 18 months oO
Longest 0% - 41 months and Lowest Fee at 1% @ Santander
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Now that we have no money and huge bills, this deal is cracking. Got mine approved within 2 hours and at 41 months 0% this is great!

theman

doh! i just got £5k on 0% for 41 months with £50 transfer fee. I didn't r … doh! i just got £5k on 0% for 41 months with £50 transfer fee. I didn't read that £3 a month..



Ouch... That's another £123 on top

Original Poster

doh! i just got £5k on 0% for 41 months with £50 transfer fee. I didn't read that £3 a month..

zippypants

Read The T&Cs £36 annual fee that eats into any deal..... £3 pound a m … Read The T&Cs £36 annual fee that eats into any deal..... £3 pound a month fee

A great range of benefits all on one credit cardThe All in One Credit … A great range of benefits all on one credit cardThe All in One Credit Card can help you save on interest repayments with 0% on balance transfers for 41 months from the date of account opening with no balance transfer fee. You can save money abroad as you won't get charged a foreign transaction fee when you spend in the local currency and you can earn cashback on your purchases both at home and away. A £3 monthly fee applies.



To be fair to the Wife this didnt need small print reading, when you click on credit cards the description of this card reads

The fee isn't 1%. It's £123 (£3x41 months), assuming you keep the card for 41 months
Edited by: "loofer" 4th Jan

tinhead29

have you got a direct link cant find the deal



It's the All in One credit card.
Santander Retailer Offers upto 20% cashback at Morrisons, JD Sports, Caffè Nero, Funkypigeon.com and more. Account specific deal!
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Found 16th Dec 2016Found 16th Dec 2016
Hi Guys Check your Santander account 'My Offers' section. Retailer offers are available on selected accounts Simply choose the retailers you like from the available list, spend a… Read more

dougrobbins78

If you can be bothered of course.


TBH I can't!

Original Poster

Stompa

They sent me an email today saying "Earn cashback this Christmas with … They sent me an email today saying "Earn cashback this Christmas with Retailer Offers. Up to 15% cashback."Yet still I have no offers.



In that case, it would be worth contacting customer services. They may be able to manually apply the promotion given their error in emailing you

If you can be bothered of course. But you may get 5-10% at Morrisons which is worth getting it

Good luck

They sent me an email today saying "Earn cashback this Christmas with Retailer Offers. Up to 15% cashback."

Yet still I have no offers.

Would prefer my 123 3% savings discount back please!
Edited by: "snappyfish" 18th Dec 2016

Apparently you need to use the card a lot to get offers to appear. I asked the santander twitter help person.
Santander are swapping new/nearly new toys(to be donated) for chocolate coins
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Found 14th Dec 2016Found 14th Dec 2016
I apologise if this ends up in the wrong place, this is my first post. This is not a deal as such, although there is Chocolate. In the spirit of getting a deal and giving something… Read more

For anyone who can't get to a Santander branch, I noticed that Yorkshire linen are also accepting unwrapped gifts for children 0-18.

jettaman

For Santander, it is indirectly about making money. You would be better … For Santander, it is indirectly about making money. You would be better off giving your toys to a charity shop than propping up a banks PR machine. At the charity shop you can swap your toys for a warm fuzzy feeling



Bit like Comic Relief etc when they "donate" money they raised in branch by having collection tins out, don't donate a penny but makes or looks like they do. Banker banker rhymes with wan...... don't matter.

xobec

It's about helping others, not saving/making money!


For Santander, it is indirectly about making money. You would be better off giving your toys to a charity shop than propping up a banks PR machine. At the charity shop you can swap your toys for a warm fuzzy feeling

xobec

It's about helping others, not saving/making money!



Yeah, then why doesn't Santander donate some of their billions? Thought not!

Danny Shine sums up the banks quite well

youtube.com/wat…Ka4

jettaman

Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in … Sounds like a poor investment from a bank. You could stuff those toys in your attic and find them to be worth a fortune in 30 or so years. Better still, sell or re-gift the new ones. Cold!



It's about helping others, not saving/making money!
Santander Zero card!! No foreign fees!
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Found 14th Nov 2016Found 14th Nov 2016
The credit card seems to have returned! No foreign transaction fees on purchases when made in the local currency No cash withdrawal fee anywhere in the world No monthly fee

colin4man

I can't see what exchange rate they will give you on foreign … I can't see what exchange rate they will give you on foreign transactions. Presumably that is where they make their money because the no foreign transaction fee only apply if you use the local currency.I still think the Revolut card is better. It's a debit card not a credit card but there are no fees involved (if you stick to their fair use policy) and you get the live inter bank exchange rate on transactions.



​the visa rate

LesD

And which does charge fees on foreign transactions."If you use your VISA … And which does charge fees on foreign transactions."If you use your VISA debit card for transactions abroad, you may be charged a foreign exchange fee."Here's the correct link to the Zero card.http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/credit-cards/zero-credit-cardNote, as with the Clarity card, it will still charge interest on cash withdrawals from the date of withdrawal.



​question about the cash withdrawals. MSE seems to make it sound like you need to get on online banking immediately! and pay it off. surely it's just the same as with an ordinary purchase and as long as you pay off when statement comes you don't get charged interest?

rally

Thanks!What is the exact advantage of preloading?



If you withdraw cash you don't get charged interest - which I normally do

rally

Which credit card is this?



The Santander zero

landros1

Interest is charged for cash withdrawals from the day it is taken out … Interest is charged for cash withdrawals from the day it is taken out unlike spending on them.


Technically you are correct but in practice cash withdrawals don't appear on your account until following day.