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Apply for (or switch) student bank account to HSBC for £80 Amazon gift card and 12 months prime.
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
By switching current account to HSBC, or applying for a new one, you can get 12 months amazon prime and an £80 Amazon gift card. Other benefits include interest free overdraft up t… Read more
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If I said as a patient, would you section me now? SJT question (lol)


As a patient, as an FY1 or as a nurse or senior? :p


Dreading black Wednesday too (lol)


1st August ;) Technically already graduated - not on the GMC Register though until 23rd July (induction week) but apparently I can use the title already :o Still a month to go and already getting butterflies about not making any mistakes. Eeeek.


Oooh Doctor soon? :-)

Free business account with starling bank
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
In addition to the fee free personal account starling account also offer a business account. Good for any online business that accepts payments online. Does not accept cash or cheq… Read more
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For multiple share holders, seems to be if the director has more than 75% share holder, then eligible. There is no FEE. it is free (NO 1 year restriction).


Gonna use the tsb fiasco to get out of my mortgage early! Can't access the accounts online for weeks just acknowledged my complaint but nothing else. Joke of a bank. Just a few months ago offered to go on a ten year fix. Thought it would have been free money for them but still wanted to charge me exit fees for existing. I know thats the deal but normally if you renew thought they would have done something. Ever since sabtel took over its been a disaster. Why doesn't this country ever learn that mergers only destroy value ultimely. Can't wait to get out


The same could have been said for TSB, with issues accessing current accounts. I'm still waiting for compensation - 6 weeks and counting...


Couldnt the same be said about any business bank account though?


I would NOT run a business account with these guys or Revolt from my experience (accounts frozen/suspended/restricted). You could easily have your account frozen and be without your funds which could really hurt a small business.

Skipton Lifetime ISA: Deposit up to £4k a year, Govt adds 25% (up to £1k) towards first home or retirement
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
This isn't new & has been posted before by bradleycrack over a year ago... and it did go cold. But if you are planning on purchasing your first property in the next few yea… Read more
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Fair enough. I bet bath is a lovely place surrounded by the Cotswolds.


Honestly, I just love Bath. We don't need a big place, and we're happy renting where we are to save up. I'd be happy here with a 2 bedroom place for a long time. I lived in Leeds and Manchester prior to this, so I know the price difference is mental! But I still think it's worth it, to me.


Exactly, everything is about compromise in life not want want want, well done you for life planning past want want want now now now (y)


I live in London and a bedroom flat now cost about 400k around where i am! Go further 10 miles from me can get a 300k 2 beds semi (needs doing up!) So I have decided to move city within the next 12months, plan is going to Birmingham and get a 2 bedroom apartment for around 100k. Have u consider moving into another city? Hard decision I know, I thought long and hard about this, but no choice if I want my own place.


Keep going until you're 50 I believe. Then you can use it to either buy a house for the first time, or take it out when you retire. I believe you can have both, but it's useless. You can only use one to buy a house. Unless you want to use the LISA JUST for the pension, and HTB for the house. But yeah, I'm fairly sure the LISA isn't treated as a cash ISA, HTB is only treated as a cash ISA, so it's separate. Don't quote me on that, though.

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£100 to switch your current account to RBS + av. £83 cashback on bills
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Apparently this is Royal Bank of Scotland’s first current account switcher offer for almost a decade. It’s offering: £100 to new and existing customers who switch their main ban… Read more
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Just done it myself and yes, no request for bank details, strange


Tried to get this last night but it never took my own bank details?


thank you, that's the info I was looking for, you saved me plenty of time!


Same here, waiting for another switch where they don't have conditions attached or in the same banking group.


Is there any other bank switches offering cash incentives at the moment? Can`t do this as already done the Natwest. Don`t fancy the First Direct as it`s a gift rather than cash.....

Free gift when you switch your current account @ First Direct
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Free gift. Choose either: Amazon Echo Bose headphones Fitbit watch Polaroid camera Expedia voucher
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Call them and all questions or issues are sorted there and then, no we will call back etc. Been wit FD 20 years I think, never had an issue that wasn’t sorted with one call to them. I paid a cheque at the post office in London for £30.00 it was a gift. After 7 working day it had not arrived. contaceded the post office who wanted nothing to do with the matter. Called FD who looked into it for me even though it’s the post offices fault. They advised me to wait another 5 working days. Still did not arrive. At that point they said they were sorry about what had gone on and as a good will gesture they gave me the £30.00. A week later my cheque turned up at a bank in Scotland and was paid in. Called FD to see what to do, they said all was ok and keep the £30.00 they gave me. What other bank is that good.


I sent them an email four weeks ago asking about this new promotion. I've been with my current bank for many years and now looking to change, but they didn't even bother to reply. If you offer up an email address, the least you can do is reply to messages received. Poor service in my opinion. How they get excellent reviews I don't know.


(Previous) cash or gifts aside, you will be very unlikely to find a better bank. In some 15 years, I’ve been put on hold 3-4 times when phoning them and then only for literally a few seconds. I phoned a couple of weeks ago and it didn’t even ring before it was answered by their UK call centre. They also routinely top MSE’s poll for bank customer service. Credit where it’s due. (y) 🏻


I voted cold as the gifts are of no interest to me, and IMO not great products to try and entice new customers. I was about to open an account with First Direct until they changed from cash incentive to these “gifs” but now considering an alt. bank as don’t want any of these items (some I already have). Personally not a “deal” to me as a result. Hope FD bring back the cash incentive or something else of more interest but doubt this will happen to suit my timescales. Looking to switch banks in June.


Why is this going cold? I voted hot!

Starling Bank Account. No fees worldwide and can withdraw £300 a DAY in foreign currency!
Refreshed 12th JunRefreshed 12th Jun
This has to be one of the best bank accounts for spending abroad and withdrawing cash. Upto £300 a day or equivalent in foreign currency. Monzo, revolut, trasnferwize will only giv… Read more

Yes... recently they’ve introduced Joint Account which is effortless.. can apply through the app in seconds


Do you each get a separate daily allowance on that account i.e. each holder will get £300/day on their personal account + you both get £300/day on the joint?


You can make up to six withdrawals per day, with a maximum total withdrawal per day of £300.


Starling launched the joint current account today; got an email. Joint holders must have their own single account as well.


That is the only negative ;)

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10% off at Iceland for Halifax current account holders
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Found this in my Halifax cash back section.

Can you buy something for £1 and ask for cashback at till of £50 ? So it show you spent £51 at Iceland??anyone tried this and if so did Halifax pay?


Shame most of their food has nasties or allergens or id be in.


Oh okay, that's how it seems to work for me, there is nothing ever worth getting excited about anyway with the offers they have.


No sorry that doesn't make sense when I look at my offers .... I get loads of offers on my account i.e. for hotels (which I would only ever book by credit card) and shops that I don't shop at, whereas my partner only ever has about 2 offers.


It depends what you purchase on your bank card, if you book a hotel you will then receive hotels cashback offers for Hilton etc. Buy some groceries and you will receive food shopping offers ie, Iceland, Morrisons etc. Hope this makes sense.

It's back - HSBC £200 offer £150 to switch and then £50 after a year. Plus 5% regular saver for £250
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
If you want to be paid to switch, this account is the strongest on the market. Open and switch to HSBC's Advance Account and you'll get £150 plus a further £50 after a year. But … Read more

I meet all the requirements but when I apply it's declined for the advanced account, any ideas??


Thanks for the info. This is a terrible deal then, seems most people have been declined whilst taking a small hit on their credit score from the failed application.


I, too, had my application rejected. My credit score is 999. My guess is that HSBC are looking for 'customers' with a specific profile (revealed by the HSBC application questions) that indicates the customer is likely to buy/sign up to future products.


I was declined last time and this time they want to see proof of my earnings, nosy buggers.


I was declined! What the hell. Credit rating is 650 as well, so not sure why.

£100 to switch to Natwest current account + 2% cashback on bills
Refreshed 22nd MayRefreshed 22nd May
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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Not sure - still waiting on mine too!


Does anyone know when the bonus will be paid?


Just had my £125 switch bonus paid by first direct... Just got to decide on the next one to jump to, hmm....


Why on earth would you switch to tsb? It's the best bank you can get if your goal is to hang on the line for an hour when you call them.


I’ve gone for it anyways so we’ll see. Just a bit odd that the information is conflicting.

Transferwise: free multi-currency current account plus debit card
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Work abroad or have clients overseas? Got a second home abroad? Living the expat dream? Travel frequently? Tired of paying extortionate fees to transfer cash between currencies? … Read more
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Don't forget £10.10 TCB


Because its writer girl! This site is corrupt and people vote with emotions not what deal it is. But i've noticed that certain people will go hot while anyone els they will vote cold. The voting system is pointless. But its kept to keep slaves coming back and posting while they rake in the profits!


Asked them about some AUDs I wanted to bring to my UK account and they take 0.35% for the conversion and use a mid market exchange rate so it's not as good as it sounds on the surface


To call it a current account is perhaps misleading its a savings account with debit card. You can receive money from everywhere but payments must either be made by bank transfer or on the card. You CANNOT set up direct debits therefore of limited use to anyone with a second home abroad.


It is currently unlimited (at least for existing cardholders) but is now 'out of beta' and from 1st July will be a 2% charge

First Direct unveils current account switching offer with choice of free gift
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
New current account customers will be offered a choice from the following selection of welcome gifts: Over 300 online self-development courses from Blue Mountain Training Solut… Read more

Anyone got their gifts yet? Still undecided whether to do this as I fancy the Bose on ear headphones but not sure if I should wait in case they introduce more gifts or cash again.


I'm still waiting for my gift and i ordered it over 20days ago


Well ordered my fitbit. Now to wait up to 30days for delivery. How long as everyone had to wait for the gift to arrive from ordering?


Got my activation code and now waiting for the next email lol Didnt think it would take this long to get hello gift but hopefully be worth the wait.


Got my other email, ordered the wireless headphones.

M & S Bank - Current Account Switch Reward = £125 gift card +  £5 for 12 months for staying
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
£185 M&S gift card . Once you’ve switched using the Current Account Switch Service, including two active Direct Debits, we'll send you a £125 M&S gift card . But that's no… Read more

Try this


Link doesn’t work


I have just followed your instruction and signed up to 2 PayPal accounts however I can't link both PayPal accounts to the same bank a pop up comes up saying that bank has already been used to link to another PayPal account please help


Doesn’t say you need to switch any direct debits? Just mentions that you need two once the account is running to get the additional £5 gift per month


Manually each month

The Coventry Building Society Junior Cash ISA 3.5% Variable
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
The Coventry Building Society Junior Cash ISA pays a clean 3.5% AER on new money and transfers. Kids can save £4,260 per tax year in a junior ISA

I would agree that saving for them is a good idea but I wouldn't be putting it in their own account. If you have it when they are old enough to need a car or deposit on a flat then great but I wouldn't close the door on needing it for them in the meantime. I would want the option if I had saved that much of considering private school or if I needed it unexpectedly if they had medical care needs. Or if you change jobs and need the money to relocate closer to work so your kids do get time with you in the evening. I just don't see the advantage of not being able to access it. If the money is there when they turn 18 you can put it in a joint account and require both your signatures to draw down.


Don't forget that when your kids are 18 they'll need to insure a car, potentially put down a deposit for a rented flat, even buy suitable work clothes and it's so much better if you do have to pay for it!


money saving expert (MSE) Martin Lewis always has good deals for ISA on his site.There are so many around with different criteria, Always do your own homework when it comes to investing - especially larger amounts (y)


Thanks for that. Very thought provoking comment. I'll mull that over.


Fab idea to start when they're tiny. However I'm yet to be convinced of the logic of saving for 18 years to just hand them all the cash without any controls or safeguards. Just think carefully about whether you are happy about this or if you'd feel more comfortable saving in your name and retaining control. I'd also like to add that I've known two families who lost their homes through redundancy whilst sitting on thousands of pounds in savings in their kids names, filled when times were better, that they couldn't access. In both cases having the ability to release the funds would have made all the difference!

£50 gift card for investing £10 in a Scottish Friendly My Fund Select (ISA)
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
When you take out a "MY FUND SELECT (ISA)" - & ONLY THAT ISA - Scottish Friendly will send you a £50 "My Rewards" gift card within 28 days of receiving your first payment - use… Read more
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Cheers OP. Rewards card arrived today. No sign of Amazon as an option on the website. Is there a trick to converting it to Amazon credit?


arrived today and cancelled. just after my next round of gift cards now (y)


anyone else received theirs yet? i'm still waiting on mine


i received my voucher last weekend and cancelled my monthly investment today. initial 10 pounds now sitting at 10.45 pounds :)))) im going to leave this until i am 60 lol


You can just do that in your Scottish Friendly account; doing so seems to stop those annoying "your direct debit bounced, why not set another one up" letters

Happy New (ISA) Year - Invest £100, get FREE £100 top up at Orbis
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Invest £100 into a new Stocks and Shares ISA before 30 April, and they give you £100 top up for free. &/or Invest £100 into a new JUNIOR Stocks and Shares ISA before 15th May… Read more

Right. Perhaps you could behave like an adult and explain the rules for opening multiple ISA"s sensibly, rather than just posting "cretin" as a response.


haha really lad? Realised you're defending a false argument so, going for the sarcasm route...solid!


"Jog it on" - definitely not the words of a cretin* * - sarcasm.


Truth is binary. The terms used are wrong and cretinous so, jog it on.


It is true in some aspects (and definitely so in terms of a Orbis stocks and shares ISA kept for 12 months for the bonus) - so just responding to it with "not true" is rather more cretinous.

Extra £20 Quidco cashback when you open a new ISA
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
This is quite a good deal as the cashback available for opening different ISAs is high enough. I stupidly opened a stock and shares ISA with Moneyfarm 3 days ago and the cashback f… Read more

Did they give a reason why? Wouldn't be miselling as they state that you shouldn't base your transaction on cashback as it is not guaranteed.


Watch it as I have just found out that Quidco have declined my £20 bonus, is that not a case of misselling


Granted cash ISA interest rates are often lower than taxable rates and the PSA should help address any tax due. They are valuable for stocks and shares ISA for CGT, APS and in time possibly IHT for growth between date of death and transfer.


The ones I had a look at- yes.


Are these cashback ISAs stocks & shares type?

Barclays Blue Rewards - Current account reward - up to £4 a month
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
This is brilliant if you already have an account with them or a financial product (home insurance, personal loan, mortgage). They pay you £7 per month, for this you will need to h… Read more
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Good only if you are an existing customer of Barclays. Otherwise, I would wait for a switching incentive.


Blue rewards are brilliant if you use Barclays products, I've had quite a large sum back so far :)


Been using blue rewards for about a year. It’s a no brainier if you’re an existing Barclays customer, but not something to necessarily make you change bank for if not


It provides additional cash back if you hold its mortgage and/or home insurance


Thanks for clarifying

Cash ISA - Deadline 5th April 2018! See Below for Best Rates
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Deadline to apply for ISA for the 2017/18 tax year is on 5th April 2018 ! With ISAs you can earn tax-free interest on up to £20,000 per year.The £20,000 can be used for either cas… Read more

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That's right. Variable rates are usually linked to libor. That's very unlikely to go down so should be ok hopefully. The rate can go slightly up or down but there will always be an interest payable, so no inherent risk to capital and never in negative territory in absolute terms.


It's also not open to new investors yet so can't really be classed at a deal irrespective of the risks.


The Nationwide Loyalty Single Access Cash ISA and Single Access Cash ISA are not fixed rates. They are variable.


Just put it all into Bitcoin or the Grand Nationals second favourite on the nose. It’s not like an extra 2% tax free is going to stave off financial ruin while inflation out paces savings.

Nutmeg Stock and Shares ISA £200 cashback
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
I have spent the last 2 months learning how to start and manage my own portfolio because it's cheaper than buying a managed portfolio in an ISA. However, MSE has gone and screwed… Read more
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I went for a similar deal with nutmeg last year. Got my £200 but the account only made £14 on top of this bonus to date on £1700 invested. Next to highest risk setting. I've picked funds from the likes of Marlborough using Hargreaves lansdown fund supermarket and made over 20 percent in some cases..


Sorry I could have been clearer. Yes you can withdraw funds within 2 years but would forgo the cashback. But I would imagine than 95% of people reading this deal are most interested in the £200 and I was just concerned they may not have read the small print


I thought it was just that if you withdraw before the 2 years you don’t get your Cashback, that would be a deal breaker for me so I’d like to know where you’ve read that?


NB - The fees it charges are 0.75% per year in platform fees if you've under £100k invested, and approximately 0.19% on fund manager charges.


If you put in 9k in 1 year then withdraw at the end of year 2 then its basically free unless returns are massive.

Earn 7.4% on TSB Classic Plus Account
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Don't know how this will go down lol.. Part 1: TSB now pay 5% on their Classic Plus Account (current account) on balances up to £1,500, which translates to £6.16 for a 30 day mo… Read more

How? Please explain


I did this too. Can we also do the monthly direct debits to get the interest or is that for new customers only?


Been getting 9% since day 1


Just go online and open a new account, I have two Classic Plus accounts ;)


£10, i can make that last 3/4 or more days healthy meals :D

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