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2500 Clubcard Points when taking out Home Insurance @ Tesco Bank
As above. 2500 clubcard points when taking out home insurance with Tesco Use code as in image Says cannot use comparison sites but it doesn't say you cannot use £45 Quidco!!! Just need to be a new … Read more
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Though Quidco then declined so raised claim. However, if they say cant use both, I have the better of the two I think as 2500 points is £100 in Bella Italia ;o)

Points added

Not yet. They told me on phone to expect them in my November statement.

Did the tesco points ever go on?

Anyone know a code for Tesco car as well? Due soon and points always welcome.
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Tesco bank mortgage 1.68% five year fix (60%ltv) £995 fee
From mse Tesco Bank has launched the new lowest five-year fixed-rate mortgage on the market – at 1.68% with a £995 fee if you borrow 60% of your home's value when you remortgage. It's the cheapest d… Read more
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davemhaynes

Is there any professional advice, not private opinion please, on how … Is there any professional advice, not private opinion please, on how brexit/general election will affect house prices? Wondering if a five year deal is too long?


I know you asked for professional advice, but I'd say that it's not just property prices you'd want to consider over 5yrs, but also interest rates and the benefits of being certain of your outgoings from a budgeting perspective. Personally, I'd expect that there will be a downward pressure on property prices in the most volatile regions and sectors (e.g. London high value) but over 5yrs I'd expect prices to be up (maybe way up) on where they are today. If the pound stays weak the pressure is on to raise interest rates, both to counter inflation (though this would largely be due to high import prices) and also to attract international funds to attract hot money (which moves to where interest rates are more attractive).

I am/was in the process of applying for the same product at 1.82% I called them on Saturday and they're happy to send a new offer for 1.68% As a result you've saved me £11/month, so £660 in total. So very, very grateful

4447

Can someone please kindly give some advise?My 2 year fixed at 2.29% is … Can someone please kindly give some advise?My 2 year fixed at 2.29% is finishing at the end of this month and I've got under 60% ltv left so house worth over 140k and left 65k on mortgage. My current provider is offering 2.69% for 2 years with no fee. What shall i do?



​im not a mortgage adviser but Ive always been with Nationwide. With your figures as a new customer they would offer you a 2 year fixed @ 1.59% with no fee. same rate for a 2 year tracker with no fee. A 5 year is 2.09% no fee. my advice would be to leave your current provider as they are not competetive! my other advice would be to take a tracker for 2 years that has no early repayment charge and get it hammered with overpayments!

fossman

How long before your fixed rate ends should you apply for a new mortgage? … How long before your fixed rate ends should you apply for a new mortgage? Mine ends on 31 October 2017 and this deal would be ideal.



If you repay your existing mortgagee before the end of the fixed rate period, you'll almost certainly have a penalty - check your documentation. I doubt that Tesco will hold the funds for you for nearly five months if you are re-mortgaging - but it only takes a call to find out.

You could always contact a broker like the earlier poster (but check his credentials if you do take specific advice from him/her outside these forums).

How long before your fixed rate ends should you apply for a new mortgage? Mine ends on 31 October 2017 and this deal would be ideal.

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0% interest on purchases 30 months - Second longest ever 0% purchase credit card @ Tesco Bank **No Referrals**
Need-to-knows - Not all those accepted will be offered the full 30 months – some will be offered 24 or 18 months at 0%. - You get Clubcard points on your spending – one point for every full £4 spent … Read more
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RedmanDealer

Hi all, does anyone know if Tesco are still doing the referral scheme? … Hi all, does anyone know if Tesco are still doing the referral scheme? The link to the form no longer works. I do have a copy of the form (used it before) but it'll be pointless uploading it if they have ended the scheme!



spotted the other day that the referral form wasn't there, wouldn't be surprised if they had ended it

Hi all, does anyone know if Tesco are still doing the referral scheme? The link to the form no longer works. I do have a copy of the form (used it before) but it'll be pointless uploading it if they have ended the scheme!

Can you top up revolut card and pay later?

So last month I discovered a cock up on behalf of Tesco bank. They charged me £80.09 interest on an interest free balance transfer I've had for months. They refunded it to my credit card but not back to my bank. I was compensated £25 to my bank accout but still out of pocket to the tune if £50 for the month. Just had my latest statement and they are about to charge me £77.67 interest this month on the interest free balance transfer amount. Apparently this is for last month before they corrected the error made when they were supposed to reinstate the balance transfer interst free facility. Why was this not adjusted when they reinstated the balance transfer? Instead they are going to take £77.67 which once taken they can't refund back to my bank and leave me £77.67 short for living on again. This is appalling. It's abuse of the direct debit. The amount is incorrect and I've just been told as it's been generated it can't be adjusted on the bill. So although it will be refunded and come off my credit card bill I won't get it back in my bank so I'm force to make a higher payment than I should be which puts me in a mess for the second time. If that direct debit amount isn't corrected and is taken I will be making a very loud complaint. They are helping themselves to my hard earned money without my permission. Just spoke to the 24 hour customer services who of course can't help me so at the end of a long night shift I have to stay up to call operations finance. I am livid Tesco bank for goodness sake get it sorted and stop taking large amounts you aren't entitled to from my bank ultimately forcing me to use a credit card to buy food and incur interest on that use. Items I would have been buying with money taken incorrectly from my bank account. I've been put through unbelievable stress over this. I took the direct debit option to avoid mistakes with payment thus avoiding stress as I have a health condition where stress has a severe effect on me physically. Here I am stressed to the eyeballs and in severe pain thanks to the very thing I put in place to avoid stress. £77.67 is a lot of money to me as I'm sure it is most people.


Edited by: "Nell21" 19th May

Right I'm with you so the 60 days is to cover them after the 0% promotional period has ended and if you continue to use the card after that period
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50% off Pet Insurance Tesco bank Accident & Injury
Good basic pet insurance including public liability (springer spaniel £34.80 for the year, I choose £60 excess) States as Accident and Injury. Super bonus Quidco £50 cash back for new pet insurance po… Read more
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cashback is only for standard, extra or premier policies. you wont get cashback for accident and injury cover.

if u get pet insurance it needs to be a least 2 grand cos anything less wouldn't touch the sides

Be very careful with Pet insurance. The first company you choose is vitally important as it is difficult to change and providers that will cover pre existing conditions once you have made a claim.

We chose AXA thinking they were a safe bet and second in the charts behind market leaders PetPlan who were slightly more expensive.

All well for first two years until AXA pulled out of the pet insurance market and sold the order book to NCL. They were obliged to continue cover but as we had made claims for skin problems we are now at their mercy.
Edited by: "JohnnyUtah" 4th Apr

I checked out my springer cross at £150 pa I am currently on petplan at three times that!! The policies were as similar as I could make them. This is worth researching if you are ready to buy.

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if your interested take the time to read the plan and policy.
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Tesco Bank Current Account - 3% AER - reopened for applications
Looks like Tesco are reopening applications for their Current Account with 3% interest. Sadly they've applied some more conditions to receiving it for new applications: Current Account - Important in… Read more
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Asked them today and got this reply.... "your second application would be considered a new application and therefore the new criteria would be applicable. If you opened the account you currently have before the new rules then there will be no changes to that account. However, for any new applications, including secondary accounts, the new rules will apply, I hope that makes sense!

WillPS

If you have any monthly credit card payments (Netflix or similar) move … If you have any monthly credit card payments (Netflix or similar) move them to a credit card (ideally a dormant one you have), then set up a monthly direct debit to pay in full?



Good idea but unfortunately I have nothing like that...I think I've got it worked out though. I remember I had an old post office savings account which has a direct debit function , so I am going to re-open one of those specifically for this purpose (all the t&c's suggest it's the same as before but I will see...) For the second I will put the interest + a few pound into Ratesetter and for the third I will either feed my LISA monthly or give it to a charity. I wish I had just opened a second account now before they added all these hoops to jump through

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throwawaysociety

Has anyone got any crafty ideas for paying the DD's? I worked out ( I … Has anyone got any crafty ideas for paying the DD's? I worked out ( I think, if my sums are correct) that if you're forced to pay £3 per month to charities the effective rate is 2.3% which is still pretty good, but one or two DD's funding your own accounts could raise it.


If you have any monthly credit card payments (Netflix or similar) move them to a credit card (ideally a dormant one you have), then set up a monthly direct debit to pay in full?

Has anyone got any crafty ideas for paying the DD's? I worked out ( I think, if my sums are correct) that if you're forced to pay £3 per month to charities the effective rate is 2.3% which is still pretty good, but one or two DD's funding your own accounts could raise it.

WillPS

I would guess that yes, they would - but I reckon you'll only know by … I would guess that yes, they would - but I reckon you'll only know by giving it a try.


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Tesco current account pays 3% AER on savings balances up to £3,000 guaranteed from April 2017 - April 2019
Best saving rate on the market. It pays an attractive 3% on balances of up to £3,000, and there are no requirements for customers to pay in a minimum amount (ie their salary or pension) every month, o… Read more
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Weggie

It's been credited now. Credited on the 8th, but the transaction shows as … It's been credited now. Credited on the 8th, but the transaction shows as being done on the 7th. Cheeky of them to not notify customers affected of late payment. An email costs nothing and potentially saves a load of people phoning in. Glad I do not use the current account as a proper current account!



Same here. Let's see if it's back to normal next month.

Weggie

It's been credited now. Credited on the 8th, but the transaction shows as … It's been credited now. Credited on the 8th, but the transaction shows as being done on the 7th. Cheeky of them to not notify customers affected of late payment. An email costs nothing and potentially saves a load of people phoning in. Glad I do not use the current account as a proper current account!



How strange?

It's been credited now. Credited on the 8th, but the transaction shows as being done on the 7th. Cheeky of them to not notify customers affected of late payment. An email costs nothing and potentially saves a load of people phoning in. Glad I do not use the current account as a proper current account!
Edited by: "Weggie" 8th Jun

Weggie

I was due an interest payment today, which has not been credited. It … I was due an interest payment today, which has not been credited. It always appears on the 7th.



I'm in the same position as you. The last two months it has been paid on the 7th, nothing today. Will check in tomorrow. This is an account opened before they stipulated the 3 x Direct Debits and minimum pay in.

Thanks for the replies. There is something amiss then. If it does not show in the morning, I will call them.
Edited by: "Weggie" 7th Jun
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Free Life Insurance for New Parents up to £20,000 no strings Tesco Bank
Was just browsing looking for a new life insurance provider and found this gem for new parents. If you pass away before your child turns 1 then Tesco will provide £10K per parent. Official Offer B… Read more
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Teza511

Must make a child fast.....


Order one from China. Pretty sure GearBest sells.

milesy29

Not exactly COLD is it? Its still a great deal.



​​​Post office is 50% more than tesco. I think it's a no brainer the tesco deal is cold

Daniboy

Cold post office is 15000 per parent and 12 months cover for kids upto 4. … Cold post office is 15000 per parent and 12 months cover for kids upto 4. http://www.postoffice.co.uk/life-insurance/free-parent-life-cover



Not exactly COLD is it? Its still a great deal.

Terms also indicate parents aged 18-66, so Mick Jagger is out of luck!

s24adm

Got a few of these free policies to run alongside my proper life … Got a few of these free policies to run alongside my proper life insurances. The Post Office offer is MUCH better tho. Neither are a true alternative to proper life insurance however, more of a bonus sum if the kids are still young.


And the Post Office is also an Aviva product, so you can't have that and the Tesco Bank offer (or rather you can, but Aviva would only pay out on one of them).
Edited by: "premierfella" 9th Dec 2016
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Longest ever 0% purchase credit card 28 month @ Tesco Bank, there are longer balance transfer cards but this is for Purchases:)
Longest ever interest free period card, as with many of these things some may not get the full 28 months more details in comment 1 credit to MSE for the additional info Longest claim is for purchases… Read more
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Any more feedback on this?
All good no problems?

Any quidco option, I only see bank transfer ones.
I plan to use this to pay for a villa through PayPal, and also purchase dollars through fair fx.
Anyone know if this is likely to cause an issue? They seem to be purchases to me
Thanks
Edited by: "techmob" 14th Dec 2016

Late here but I applied and got accepted.
£3,300 limit!
Never got any confirmation email etc I just logged into the Tesco bank page and see my details in there now.
I guess the card will be on it's way!

morgie

Yeah, give them a buzz. I did think the application was a bit odd in … Yeah, give them a buzz. I did think the application was a bit odd in that it felt like you'd been approved and completed it, as it told you your limit and that you'd been approved, but you then had to expand ~3 sections and tick to confirm you accepted all of the T&C before it was really completed.



Going to call them now. Lol

Application done. Move from Capital One hopefully

I've never had a credit card before, so excuse the possibly stupid question: if the central banks raise interest rates, does Tesco have a legal right to increase the rate of this product before the 28-month term ends? -or before any other period of time?

I don't want to get burned, but this would really help me out with a bigger purchase which I am good for and could re-pay within 6 months. Cheers!
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21 months 0% interest period on purchases Credit Card @ Tesco Bank + Possible £30.30 TCB!
Here's the blurb... No interest to pay on purchases for the first 21 months. Earn Clubcard points wherever you use your card, plus your usual points in Tesco Terms apply. 0% interest on balance trans… Read more
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batemansxxxb

Tesco bank,like most other financial institutions won't accept you if you … Tesco bank,like most other financial institutions won't accept you if you aren't working,unless of course you already bank with them


Well, that's not true. I set up an account with Tesco Bank whilst not being employed and had no ties to their banking branch. Now credit cards, that's another matter, but I'm looking for facts on this not conjecture. I think I'll hold off till I'm in work.

Tesco bank,like most other financial institutions won't accept you if you aren't working,unless of course you already bank with them
Edit: says you must have an annual income of at least 5k , so maybe if you get disability benefits to the tune of £5000 if you're not working
Edited by: "batemansxxxb" 15th Jul 2016

woldranger

So if you're a Tesco Banking customer, there should be no issues getting … So if you're a Tesco Banking customer, there should be no issues getting this card then? My credit is fine but I'm not in work at the mo. I could hold off till I'm earning again so I know I'll get accepted, but I'd prefer to get it out of the way.



I'm not sure to be honest with not working. No problem regarding the Tesco banking though. Try one of the eligibility probability searches on money saving expert to estimate your chances of success. You can have 2 tesco credit cards also so in theory you could do the cash back twice.​

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Jetset1981

​I get cards purely for the cash back. 1 every 6 months. Free money r … ​I get cards purely for the cash back. 1 every 6 months. Free money really. I don't actually use it. I'm classed as a new Tesco customer again now so ordered again. No problems last time. Thanks op.



So if you're a Tesco Banking customer, there should be no issues getting this card then? My credit is fine but I'm not in work at the mo. I could hold off till I'm earning again so I know I'll get accepted, but I'd prefer to get it out of the way.

woldranger

I was looking at the Tesco Balance transfer card and came across this. … I was looking at the Tesco Balance transfer card and came across this. Thankfully I've not got any cards where I need to transfer the balance but I wouldn't mind maxing this card out for the 21 month period of 0% interest. It seems to be £1200, is that right?I've just posted this to see what people think of Tesco's banking and especially if anyone's had any experience with this specific card. I'm not fussed about the TCB, if I go ahead then obviously I'll try it but I certainly wouldn't apply for the card purely to get cashback.



​I get cards purely for the cash back. 1 every 6 months. Free money really. I don't actually use it. I'm classed as a new Tesco customer again now so ordered again. No problems last time. Thanks op.
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39 months with no interest to pay on balance transfers @ Tesco Bank (£29 Quidco)
Why pay interest when you don't have to? If you've got outstanding balances on other credit cards or store cards and are paying a higher rate of interest, you could save money by transferring them. Pa… Read more
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thekudos

Is there any point applying for this I have been turned down for the AA … Is there any point applying for this I have been turned down for the AA and Virgin cards in the past week.2 x £10,000 credit cards with 23% interest payable next month on one of them! Desperate.



Credit cards can be rather odd. My sister earns way more than me and is in a more established profession, yet she was offered only £1200 with the Tesco credit card and rejected by the AA card. She was accepted by Virgin and given the maximum. I wonder how they work out who to reject and who to accept because there doesn't seem to be a consistent pattern.

What's the maximum amount you can transfer with the Tesco card? The Fluid credit card was good for doing a balance transfer and then transferring the money to a bank account. Only problem is once the account goes to zero, they automatically shut your account.

Is it possible to use to pay off existing bank loans?

atom

I find credit cards a minefield.I want to buy a car, I have all the money … I find credit cards a minefield.I want to buy a car, I have all the money for the car, I just want a credit card for the extra protection, are there any cards which would suit me (without any fees). Any help greatly appreciated.



You only need to put a tenner (not even that !) on your cc card for the extra section 75 protection a purchased item that costs more than £100 and less than £30k , I would imagine any cc card would give you this . I used First Direct recently for a claim under section 75 for my car purchase earlier this year and it was dealt with efficiently by them. I did have a rock solid claim though and got paid out £900 for a new clutch and flywheel for a 2nd hand car ( clutch was slightly slipping within days of buying it ) - good job for section 75 as the dealer didn't want to know !

PS - Make sure you are issued with a receipt to state that the part payment by CC is part of the car purchase and therefore no dispute can arise as to what the cc payment was for , this I believe is quite important.


Edited by: "rooney10" 21st Aug 2016

I find credit cards a minefield.
I want to buy a car, I have all the money for the car, I just want a credit card for the extra protection, are there any cards which would suit me (without any fees). Any help greatly appreciated.
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2 Year 0% Balance Transfer Fee Free Credit Card + possible £31.50 cashback @ Tesco Bank
Tesco have moved their fee free balance transfer card from 21 months to 24 months - so 2 years 0% with no fee. Best 2 year fee free balance transfer deal in my opinion as no additional conditions up… Read more
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Happy days! Played this offer to the full advantage. As I already have Tesco cc I have referred my wife, got £33.30 TCB plus 1000 clubcard points each. Then she referred me so I applied for my second Tesco cc, again £33.30 TBC plus 1000 points each. All confirmed and applied to relevant accounts
Cheers OP!

tkop

Great deal; Thank you OP. I had a balance on another CC which was coming … Great deal; Thank you OP. I had a balance on another CC which was coming to the end of it's 0% period. Applied for the Tesco CC and got 19k credit limit in 5 minutes, wow! They also accepted the transfer from my other CC. A bit worrying that banks are giving out so much 'free' (before anyone jumps on this I mean 0% for 2 years) cash; trends of pre-2008 lending! My CC is going in the safe so that I am not tempted by the remaining 13k available credit on it. You get 3 months 0% balance transfers and also 1 month 0% on all purchases!



I've just done it and was thinking the same thing - I haven't swopped cards in a while and thought it would offer something like £3000 or £4000, I also got offered 19K - god grief! - I might ring them and get them to reduce it once it's set-up.

How hot is this? £30 cashback + my girlfriend will reffer me so we both get 1000 Clubcard Points!

Great deal; Thank you OP. I had a balance on another CC which was coming to the end of it's 0% period. Applied for the Tesco CC and got 19k credit limit in 5 minutes, wow! They also accepted the transfer from my other CC. A bit worrying that banks are giving out so much 'free' (before anyone jumps on this I mean 0% for 2 years) cash; trends of pre-2008 lending! My CC is going in the safe so that I am not tempted by the remaining 13k available credit on it. You get 3 months 0% balance transfers and also 1 month 0% on all purchases!

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cts_casemod

I just signed for this two weeks ago (for the 21months deal) received the … I just signed for this two weeks ago (for the 21months deal) received the card today (haven't activated)Can I ask the new deal?



phone customer service and ask - nothing to lose
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tesco travel insurance flash sale
If you’re a new customer, with a Clubcard, you can get 25% off Tesco Travel Insurance in our online Flash Sale. With our 24-hour emergency helpline and an experienced UK-based team, and not to mention… Read more
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I always do LV premier. It is around £140 for a couple policy worldwide but they are brilliant and I've claimed before. They also include many activities that some policies don't, such as horse riding and hiking or mountain climbing up to 6000 metres. It's good if you aren't just taking general package holidays. When I went to Antarctica they were one of only a minoriry number of companies that covered me as standard on their premier policy as the medical cover we has to have was crazy expensive.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 17th Jun 2016

if you are looking for yearly travel insurance then this can be expensive even with the 25% off for the same cover, go for Tesco's "Finest" worldwide policy which before the 25% off is £231 for a family policy where as Nationwides flex account is £120 which includes your travel insurance with the same level of cover, car breakdown, mobile cover and much more.

You will be able to get cheaper worldwide cover from Tesco cheapest is £128 a year however, the cover is so low and in many countries the medical cover will not be sufficient.

There are cheaper travel insurance companies but do remember cover isn't always the same.

Edited by: "eslick" 17th Jun 2016

What a rip off!! Go to compare the market for the exact same thing and get it for pennies!! Just got a quote for £29.97 for a single trip with tesco....even with 25% off its still a con!!

I had an accident with Tesco motor insurance. Couldn't praise them enough... I didn't have to worry about anything and was all sorted very quickly

yeah, can imagine to call the m0rons for some claim ....
Did you ever had Tesco Motor Insurance and handle a accident claim with them ?
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25% off Tesco Travel Insurance for new customers with a Clubcard - Single Trip and Annual Cover - Tesco Bank
If this is a genuine 25% saving then potential good savings to be had. T&C's : Discounts do not apply to options you can add to your policy and are subject to a minimum premium. Underwritten by … Read more
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Seems expensive ...

Annual cover came out at £120 for a family of 3 (without the discount). 4 times what I pay at the moment.

I still find American Express Select (with 23.1% cashback and 30% off using the voucher code "relax") the cheapest. Trips lasting 60 days are part of the normal policy (you don't have to pay extra as with this deal) and the greatest bit is for an extra 10 quid you can waver the excess.
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Tesco No Balance Transfer Fee Credit Card @ Tesco Bank - £30.30 cashback @ TCB
Fee free balance transfer and £30.30 cashback via TCB plus Clubcard points on purchases. Also £30.30 on their 21 month interest free for purchases card http://www.topcashback.co.uk/tesco-bank-credit-… Read more
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Massive warning anything thinking of applying for a Credit Card from Tesco Bank

First statement had a charge on it, I'd assumed the first month had been the balance transfer fee, when a similar amount appeared on this month, it's clear they're charging me interest despite the balance transfer apparently being free.

I phoned up their help line and the response I got was that, despite their website saying it was 0% on payments to banks and 0% for credit cards, that the offer I had applied for was only for credit cards and that I should have applied for a specific bank card..

I'm not convinced I was ever even given the option (was sure I was applying for a general balance transfer card), let alone it made clear that there was a difference between the options.

They've escalated my complaint, if all doesn't go smoothly I'm stuck paying £40 a month interest on a balance I can't afford to pay off (the money was used to close other cards).

Applied for this approx 3-4 weeks ago via Topcashback. It tracked fine for me and have received a payout from Topcashback today of £30.30!!

Tesco. Credit card cash back. Never going to happen.

I applied for this before through Quidco. It tracked perfectly but then they declined it for no reason. Quidco didn't allow me to raise a claim so I simply cancelled the card. Really it was a dishonest and sneaky thing for them to do!

I always get Tesco cashback declined
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12 months free £15,000 life insurance Tesco Bank
What do I get? Free life cover of £15,000 for 12 months if the parent or parent-to-be covered dies during this time The child’s second parent (or parent-to-be) can apply for their own Tesco Bank Enha… Read more
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I guess because it's only £15,000 but me and my partner don't have life insurance so a free £15,000 is one of us goes is better than nothing!

nice one, thanks

why is this cold?...its free life cover, this can only be a good thing if you're a parent
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4000 clubcard points when you buy tesco home insurance
4000 clubcard point when you buy tesco home insurance, I'm now only paying £130 a year for building and contents plus 4000 clubcard point. great deal the code is H4000GR
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Got my points this morning, I only signed up 3 or so weeks ago

Can confirm this worked online. 4000 points on the account this morning,TCB still tracking ok.

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craig1977

​I put the promotion code into Compare the market and it said it was a … ​I put the promotion code into Compare the market and it said it was accepted at the quote stage. I called Tesco Bank to check and purchase the policy and the points had been added to the policy already. Great deal, and one of the cheapest insurance policies out there!



​That's great if it works as it says not in conjuction with any other offer or comparison websites

grumbler

Well, some insurers offer £84 cashback via TCB. What's special with 4000 … Well, some insurers offer £84 cashback via TCB. What's special with 4000 points?My insurance cost me £16 after the cashback.Some people at MSE even make profit.



Yep, I made £9 by taking out a contents policy last week!

chocci

Wow! http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews66987.html



Does look horrendous till you look at all the other major insurers e.g. John Lewis, Aviva etc. All rated around 1 out of 5 seems to be a general preception of insurance companies doing everything to get out of paying claims which all of us know is probably the case!
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0% Interest on balance transfers for 40 months with 2.69% fee @ Tesco Bank
Apologies if this has already been posted but just got the email and this looks like a cracking deal really. Last balance transfer card i got was 36 months I think with Barclay's.
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Good deal

I want to borrow 2000 to buy a car. if I get this card, can I transfer 2k to my Barclay's account and take out the money and buy the car?? if I pay back 200 a month how much will I have paid back ? thanks in advance for any help

ohdearohdear

Thank you so much



You're welcome

cheekyfrazzleboi

I know, I called them because I did a money transfer by mistake thinking … I know, I called them because I did a money transfer by mistake thinking it was a Balance Transfer - the place they put the link is NOT where you would expect it to be lol.On your main account page (Online banking overview) - Under your Current Balance and Limit press the blue "Manage Account" button. Then when the next page loads look in the middle and there are three blue hyperlinks (clickable) - one says "Transfer a balance from another card" - click that.... when the next page loads just fill in the Credit Card number, the amount, tick the box and click continue - sorted!!!!


Thank you so much

ohdearohdear

How to transfer money from another credt card to Tesco card? I can't … How to transfer money from another credt card to Tesco card? I can't figure it out.



I know, I called them because I did a money transfer by mistake thinking it was a Balance Transfer - the place they put the link is NOT where you would expect it to be lol.
On your main account page (Online banking overview) - Under your Current Balance and Limit press the blue "Manage Account" button. Then when the next page loads look in the middle and there are three blue hyperlinks (clickable) - one says "Transfer a balance from another card" - click that.... when the next page loads just fill in the Credit Card number, the amount, tick the box and click continue - sorted!!!!
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Tesco 0% interest on balance transfers for the first 21 months. 0% FEE in first 90 days!
No balance transfer fee! 0% interest on balance transfers for the first 21 months. This offer is applied to any balances transferred within the first 90 days of account opening, if you make your minim… Read more
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Thanks OP..very timely!

Thanks OP - Just what i was looking for!:D

Just Signed Up Thanks OP!!

Thanks OP. Just signed up and got accepted with just over £5000 credit limit, which is a lot more than I asked for. This will now save me £35 a month interest for the next 21 months!!

does the interest free for 21 months start when account is opening or the money is transfered?
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Free Life Insurance for New Parents @ Tesco Bank
£10,000 of life cover, if you die on or before your child's first birthday – that's £20,000 per child if both parents apply Absolutely free - no catch or auto-renewal, just think about us when you con… Read more
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Tesco/Aviva now offering £15k for a year. Well worth it if you have no other cover

There's a method of rotating the cover to cover yourself for the first 5 years of your youngest child's life, which I'll not post to take credit for.
Basically read the terms of conditions of free insurance from Tesco, Post Office, Emma's Diary / Boots / other baby starter pack, and finally Aviva who seem to underwrite all the cover from these providers. Some are the first year, some are for one year within the first five years, and applies to the youngest child if you wish.

We're into the fourth year of our free cover with Tesco currently, but have used POst Office and Aviva before, and have at least 2 more options until youngest turns 5 (new date of birth to input, so we can go back to Aviva once more).

Calldean

Please, if you've no experience of something, don't post rubbish.I did … Please, if you've no experience of something, don't post rubbish.I did this 18 months ago; I got one letter telling me it was about to expire. Nothing since.For all the hassle this is (Fill out a couple of forms, sign a letter), it's worth it for 10k should the worst happen - there's nothing to stop you having other policies, so this is just a little extra piece of mind.



Agreed. I did the Post Office equivalent. I got one letter and nothing else.

RedmanDealer

but otherwise you're just handing all your details over to be bombarded … but otherwise you're just handing all your details over to be bombarded 12 months from now. Far better to invest in proper cover that you don't have to rely on remembering to renew etc.



Please, if you've no experience of something, don't post rubbish.

I did this 18 months ago; I got one letter telling me it was about to expire. Nothing since.

For all the hassle this is (Fill out a couple of forms, sign a letter), it's worth it for 10k should the worst happen - there's nothing to stop you having other policies, so this is just a little extra piece of mind.

I recall that I did the same thing on post office. they also give 1 year free insurance
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0% interest on balance transfers for the first 40 months with a 2.69% fee with Tesco Bank Credit Card
Tesco Bank clubcard credit card now offering 0% interest on balance transfers for the first 40 months with a 2.69% fee. This is a very good deal for those looking for a good balance transfer card. Tim… Read more
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Maniek133

I'm talking about OP's deal. I applied for the card and during … I'm talking about OP's deal. I applied for the card and during application process there was mention what is included like Extra Clubcard points etc. One of which was money transfer option with the same "rules" as balance transfer.



​How weird, they told me over the phone it couldn't be done and I have had to cancel the original and wait another month to apply again!

Consolidating my MSc debt onto this will save me a lot of money, thanks.

tommyleinen

Found the answer, what I described is a 'money transfer' card, similar … Found the answer, what I described is a 'money transfer' card, similar but 3.94% charge, same 40 months interest free: http://www.tescobank.com/credit-cards/money-transfer/index.html?atlassource=paid&cmpid=ppc/acq/cc/g/bp/na&gclid=CKbj1amwuMsCFfEV0wodZ9kG-w


I'm talking about OP's deal. I applied for the card and during application process there was mention what is included like Extra Clubcard points etc. One of which was money transfer option with the same "rules" as balance transfer.

Maniek133

To be honest I don't know. I just saw it during application process that … To be honest I don't know. I just saw it during application process that the rate and term is the same, but I would try to enter your bank card details. Worst can happen it will be rejected and you will have to call them



Found the answer, what I described is a 'money transfer' card, similar but 3.94% charge, same 40 months interest free:

tescobank.com/cre…G-w

To be honest I don't know. I just saw it during application process that the rate and term is the same, but I would try to enter your bank card details. Worst can happen it will be rejected and you will have to call them

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