TSB Classic Plus current account: £10/month cashback for day-to-day banking
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TSB Classic Plus current account: £10/month cashback for day-to-day banking

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Found 9th Jan
Strictly speaking, this isn’t a new deal but TSB has announced the extension of its monthly cashback offer for Classic Plus account customers.

New customers opening a TSB Classic Plus account will be rewarded with £5 for making 20 debit card payments a month plus an extra £5 if they make at least two direct debits each month.

That’s a total of £120 for the year.

In addition, Classic Plus also comes with 3% AER credit interest on balances up to £1,500 – that means customers can earn up to £44 in credit interest over a year if they have £1,500 in their account at all times.

So, played correctly, customers can pocket £164 in their first year with TSB.

TSB’s original cashback deal ran from 1 March 2017 to 7 January 2018, and ends in June 2018. The new offer runs from 8 January 2018 and ends on 31 December 2018.
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And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years getting a bit fed up of them preferring new customers to old
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And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years getting a bit fed up of them preferring new customers to old
dinglebert3 m ago

And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years …And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years getting a bit fed up of them preferring new customers to old

beat me to it... won't even let you open up another classic account and closing the old one so, after a year, less than worthless, just the cost of banking with them. plus, in the good old days you could open two acccounts and run them simuultaneously. but if you've held a tsb account in the last 10,000 years (approximately) you're not eligible either.

good for first timers only.
So not £10 cashback for current/existing tsb customers like myself
Pateo5 m ago

So not £10 cashback for current/existing tsb customers like myself


No
Apply the 'nothing for existing customers' to pretty much any company 😴
Milk them for a year and switch away for some other insentive
Edited by: "nobigdeal" 9th Jan
As soon as Clydesdale/Yorkshire pay my £250 incentive I may switch to this, and up the amount transferred in (I normally do £1,000 in and then 3 days later £820 out, with 2x DD's of about £150, leaving a small increasing balance) so I can offset it with 20 debit card payments, unless there's some other incentive that's better?
dinglebert9 h, 36 m ago

And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years …And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years getting a bit fed up of them preferring new customers to old



I feel like that's something TSB "certainly wouldn't" do...
thelatics3 h, 8 m ago

As soon as Clydesdale/Yorkshire pay my £250 incentive I may switch to …As soon as Clydesdale/Yorkshire pay my £250 incentive I may switch to this, and up the amount transferred in (I normally do £1,000 in and then 3 days later £820 out, with 2x DD's of about £150, leaving a small increasing balance) so I can offset it with 20 debit card payments, unless there's some other incentive that's better?


HSBC and Firstdirect if you haven't already (the bonuses on these alone beat the £10*12 at TSB).

Halifax payout £75 before your switch even completes (could have the bonus in your account within a week if you choose the soonest switch date offered)
Already with FD long-term, mortgage etc, cannot move.

Will take a look at HSBC, one shouldn't preclude the other, (even though same group)
dinglebert16 h, 24 m ago

And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years …And in the second year nothing. As a current customer of 30 plus years getting a bit fed up of them preferring new customers to old


This. I feel like I might as well just leave, wait a year or whatever it is and rejoin. This is not how to treat loyal customers. I'd be surprised if I'm still with them at the end of this year.
ziggycj9th Jan

This. I feel like I might as well just leave, wait a year or whatever it …This. I feel like I might as well just leave, wait a year or whatever it is and rejoin. This is not how to treat loyal customers. I'd be surprised if I'm still with them at the end of this year.

you'll have to check the details but, from various deals, i recall some won't entertain you again if you were with them sometime in the last x years or if you've already claimed in the last x years.

obviously, everyone needs a bank account so, i found nationwide a good one... (flexdirect, i think). £10.00 a month but regular savings acc 5% available, plus masses of cover, something like road recorder, phone replaceement, euro travel and possibly a something else too. you also geta split 200.00 with whoever 'invites' you to join... just sayin'.

good luck... and if anyone wants any further details... erm... y'know...
marineville26 m ago

you'll have to check the details but, from various deals, i recall some …you'll have to check the details but, from various deals, i recall some won't entertain you again if you were with them sometime in the last x years or if you've already claimed in the last x years.obviously, everyone needs a bank account so, i found nationwide a good one... (flexdirect, i think). £10.00 a month but regular savings acc 5% available, plus masses of cover, something like road recorder, phone replaceement, euro travel and possibly a something else too. you also geta split 200.00 with whoever 'invites' you to join... just sayin'.good luck... and if anyone wants any further details... erm... y'know...


and, just for the record, i am not touting to make referrals by anyone contacting me with their email address... so, that's got that straight!
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