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£150 Current Account Switch Incentive @ Smile by Co-Op + TCB/Quidco ~£48
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Found 18th May 2016Found 18th May 2016
A no monthly fee current account that offers what you might need to manage your day-to-day transactions. Switch to a Smile current account and you could be eligible for £150. New … Read more
rooney10

This doesn't work as they use the same d/d mandate regardless of different amounts on different days ;) 2 Tesco Savers will work though , 1 dd for each account ;)

dynbrn

​Yep thats what it means I think. Like on an old account I'm sure my old mobile phone provider direct debit is still there, but inactive bc i changed providers and old one isn't taking payments anymore

desired.value

what do they mean by active direct debits? Its not clear what they mean by that. Should payments have been made using those direct debit on the account from which you are switching over

r40

ta kiish! or rspca or nspcc

M8GUS

National Lottery.

Free £100 for you £25 for charity when you open a smile current account (2 direct debits have to be on the old account- paypal or a tesco savings account are easy to set up)
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Found 30th Apr 2015Found 30th Apr 2015
I have done this one a few times now- easy to do and free money- just use a dormant account or one with 2 active direct debits or you can easily set up a paypal debit or a tesco sa… Read more
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mfktemp

thanks

rooney10

thanks for the info buddy ;)

AstalaVista

You can set up any number of direct debits from any bank account to Tesco internet saver.

rooney10

op , sorry to go off on a tangent but do you know if the Tesco internet saver account allows for multiple direct debits from other uk bank accounts ? Thanks

littel.helper

i am in process of switching to coop. just paid £800. so i wont qualify is that right? thanks.

Smile Bank Switch Deal - You receive 100 pounds and 25 pound go to charity
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Found 7th Feb 2014Found 7th Feb 2014
You need to credit your current account with at least £800 within 31 days of your switch date. Set up at least 2 direct debits or standing orders. They will then credit your acc… Read more
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rickyc88

Has anyone done this with success?

Mermoo

Thanks - I don't know why, but I'd never thought of that!

chocci

completely agree

chocci

idiot alert

chocci

or just do a screen dump of each statement every two years. no real reason for paper statements these days.

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All Smile Current Account Overdrafts Interest Free For 3 Months No Catch @ Smile + Co-operative Bank
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Found 30th Dec 2011Found 30th Dec 2011
Not sure if this should go under deals but it seems to fit. Anyone who banks with Smile or Co-Operative Bank or intends to will be charged no interest on their current account over… Read more
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simate

The why was aimed at myself lol.

InfiniteWisdom

I was not really intending to promote then as a bank to switch to for the promotion. As you have said there are probably better options out there for such a short term gain. It is more for those people who are already with Smile or Co-operative bank who have are are intending to take out an overdraft over the next 3 months. As for those in most need not getting it free. If they are able to get an overdraft or already have one it will be free. It's not restricted to certain customers or those who have lots of money. However they are still a bank and not a charity. Normal credit scoring will still apply.

MrWani

Couple of issues I have with this. 1) Those in most need of a free overdraft facility probably won't be offered one certainly wont be getting £2,000. 2) Poor reason to switch your current account for a short term gain. 3) There are better deals to switch a/c's such as £100 + £46 TCB with Santander. They were also doing 5% interest for the 1st 12months on up to £2,500 last time I looked. (Although would not recommend this either as per point 2 as Santander are terrible.)

Zoea

Quite happy with this as my 3 months free £1000 overdraft for joining was otherwise going to run out pretty soon

GrumpyOldFella

Good for the Coop I say.

Smile More Bank Account or Coop Privilege Bank Account FREE for a year if you sign up by 20/11/2010 (Offer open to new AND existing customers) Usually £13.00/month for Smile (i.e. save £156) and £9.50/month for Coop (i.e. save £114)
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Found 26th Sep 2010Found 26th Sep 2010
Both premium accounts have been made FREE for a year if you take up offer by 20/11/2010. FREE travel insurance, FREE breakdown cover and FREE mobile phone, camera and iPod insuran… Read more
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mike916

Offer open until 15th January 2011 - PLEASE UN-EXPIRE!

boome

This offer has now been extended to January - can it be unexpired?

Emeye

Be careful that the benefits are really worth it after the year is up - and read the small print carefully - twice I've tried to claim for a lost mobile phone through the insurance, and both times they've managed to wiggle out of paying. :( I did use the breakdown service and that was excellent. IIRC the benefits are not as good as they used to be, but for free I guess you can't complain. the lack of branches can be a pain, but you can use a post office for some stuff.

Samme

Why should they give you something for free when you're clearly happy to pay for it? This offer is to attract customers who aren't with smile, or aren't exclusive to them. Why offer you anything else when you're already the perfect customer? There's nothing in it for them. If you really want the deal, you've just gotta jump through the hoops like everyone else. Open an account with another bank, set up a direct debit then use the switching service. You're a loyal customer? Go that extra step and prove it! Please note: I'm just playing devil's advocate here. It's clear why you're not happy, but I just thought I'd give an "alternative" viewpoint. ;)

Lymmit

Oh OK, I see what you're saying; think I'd be agrieved in that case!

Smile More Bank Account @Smile £13.00 / month
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Found 28th Jun 2010Found 28th Jun 2010
Not sure if this will help anyone else on here.. But I have just opened a Smilemore Bank Account and now get for £13.00 / month the following... I save money on my travel insuran… Read more
csiman

this is a really bad deal - £13 a month is a complete rip-off.

equalityforall

Agree, this will obviously work for some, though my sister who works at a bank tells me that most of their premium account customers don't really get value for money from their products - but this is not the same bank/product. It's great that this has been posted, so that those who will benefit can take it up. Travel Insurance - Europe Only Under 50s £14 Europe Only Over 50s £17 Worldwide £53 [url]www.direct-travel.co.uk[/url] All Taken from moneysavingexpert.co.uk : The Multitrip policy bought exclusively via comparison site Moneysupermarket* (you pay more direct) is £13.79 if you're under 50, though the excess is £150 (ie if you claim you pay the first £150). I've not included disabled or over 65's here, again many insurers don't cover these, so check on moneysavingexpert for recommended good deals. Mobile Phone Insurance - included in most home insurance policies, so free Travel money home delivery - Some may need this 'delivery', I shop around always for the best rates at the time, and use a Nationwide FlexAccount card in Europe, incl Turkey, for free. House Insurance - just had a Quidco £100 cashback on mine, making it by far the cheapest out there - no 1 supplier is likely to be always cheapest, so shop around. ID Theft Protection - take reasonable preventative measures for free, and probably not useful for most people. Just my thoughts, and why this product isn't for me, and some others. I have not voted, as I don't know how hot it will be for those who will benefit from it - as it doesn't benefit me, I don't consider it valid reason to vote cold/hot.

equalityforall

Agree, this will obviously work for some, though my sister who works at a bank tells me that most of their premium account customers don't really get value for money from their products - but this is not the same bank/product. It's great that this has been posted, so that those who will benefit can take it up. Travel Insurance - Europe Only Under 50s £14 Europe Only Over 50s £17 Worldwide £53 [url]www.direct-travel.co.uk[/url] All Taken from moneysavingexpert.co.uk : The Multitrip policy bought exclusively via comparison site Moneysupermarket* (you pay more direct) is £13.79 if you're under 50, though the excess is £150 (ie if you claim you pay the first £150). I've not included disabled or over 65's here, again many insurers don't cover these, so check on moneysavingexpert for recommended good deals. Mobile Phone Insurance - included in most home insurance policies, so free.Cheap payg insurance is either not worth it, or just buy a £20 phone to replace it = less than the excess. Travel money home delivery - Some may need this 'delivery', I shop around always for the best rates at the time, and use a Nationwide FlexAccount card in Europe, incl Turkey, for free. House Insurance - just had a Quidco £100 cashback on mine, making it by far the cheapest out there - no 1 supplier is likely to be always cheapest, so shop around. ID Theft Protection - take reasonable preventative measures for free, and probably not useful for most people. Just my thoughts, and why this product isn't for me, and some others.

smk77

Thanks for the post. I am glad it works for you and I'm sure it will for others. I'm sorry, but there is NOT £933 per year of savings there...You need to consider the inflated costs which certainly aren't good deals: Travel Insurance - completely overpriced - try £50 not £160! Mobile phone - £50 not £119 Travel money home delivery - free with better rates elsewhere! House Insurance - likely to be more than 10% cheaper elsewere Hotel booking service - probably paying premium rates and missing out on good rates. ID Theft protection is a joke. whilst it's great that you are giving people the heads up surely it's fair for others to comment on the down side of this 'deal'? Afterall, it's nothing special that other banks don't offer.

mikbak

My last post on the subject ....as I say it was just a heads up , if you don't like don't bother with it ...works well for me though... Perhaps the RBS who we now own can make a justification ...if they are not too busy filling their seat allocation at Wimbledon Account Benefit Potential Saving Annual Worldwide Travel Insurance £160 Mobile Phone Insurance £119 Car Breakdown Cover £69 Car Insurance £35 Payment Card Protection £20 Accidental Death Insurance £18 ID Theft Protection £64 Home Emergency Service £78 Extended warranty £150 Travel money home delivery £23 Extra 10% off Home Insurance £44 Travel Service £173 25% cash-back on top gigs and live shows £45 Hotel booking service £55 UK airport executive lounge access £36 Total value £1089 less Annual membership fee £156 Savings Worth up to £933 per year

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eVoucher for free case of wine  with online bank smile when you deposit £800 - £6.99 p&p
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Found 23rd Sep 2009Found 23rd Sep 2009
open an account with online bank smile before 2nd Oct ( part of co-op bank), deposit £800 in Oct and Nov and get a evoucher for a free case of wine from Virgin wines (£6.99 postage… Read more
Biscuitman

The offer is finished http://friends.smile.co.uk/smilebannerad.aspx

macliam

Where does it say this?:? I can't see any mention ..... I already bank with Smle and can recommend them .... but my wife might need an account :whistling:

just-me

Smile are part of the Co-op. A good bank with an ethical policy, :¬}

Get 12 bottles of wine with a smile current account * before 9 Sept 2006
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Found 20th Aug 2006Found 20th Aug 2006
Pay only P&P which is £4.99... and I opened an account with them 2 months ago :( If you apply before 9th September 2006 and open our award winning smile current account you'll… Read more
csteff

thanks bazr it's a good account but for now I'm using firstdirect... they gave me £50 3 months ago but I forgot about quidco

bazr

I opened an account with smile when this offer was on last year.Received the wine after about 2 months (which is supplied by Virgin wines).They also had a reccomend a friend promotion as well.Reccomended the missus.....both got 12 bottles of wine each,so in total 36 bottles....hicc.8) Don't be put off by the £1500 credit you have to make.All you are required to do is make this one transaction,but you can then withdraw the money as soon as it is in your account and put it back where you want.Having said that it is still a decent rate for a current account.:thumbsup: