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Chicken and Bacon Pasta salad reduced to 5p Instore only @Asda Halifax
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LocalLocalFound 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Chicken and Bacon Pasta Salad reduced from £1.50 to 5p. Has todays date on and there were at least 30 of them left. Halifax store
leechris82

This is local deal, but my local shop ever day at 6pm has £3 items down to £1 and everything else 2 thirds off, i call atleast 3-4 times per week. I eat like a king! But i never post them deals, i guess i dont want anyone going to my local nabbing all good reduced foods, selfish maybe , but i intend to save for the better things in life like hols & pay of my house sooner, i save thousands a year,keep the scrimping up

pinkchick1987

These won’t have lasted 5 minutes before being snapped up, never mind alerting anyone else (excited)

dealwatcher55

I was just thinking the same.

louiselouise

The naivety here is quite charming, I suppose :)

waterloo

I'm going to start a final reductions thread, knowing this site it will go mega hot (y)

£50 sky TV cashback for new or returning customers @ Halifax rewards account
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Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
Get £50 cash back with Halifax rewards for reconnecting or new subscriber to sky tv.. Activated Sky TV £50 Expires 05 Oct 2018 Earn £50 Cashback when you join or recontract with… Read more
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dawyldthing

It's going down to £2 in Octobe

brendanhickey

Yeah you need to manually activate it online.

SS41

Does anyone what the sky definition of recontract is? Our annual contract is due to expire on 1/10/18, and I will renegotiate another year contract with them probably. I just need to know if they would class that as recontracting? When negotiating I would Change my direct debit to Halifax to comply with the terms of this offer. I just have a normal reward bank account and need to know if I have to register online or something please, as I don't do online banking with Halifax Thanks

sheffield788

The £3 will be actually £2 starting with next month.

ALBO4EVER

Joined Halifax in march this year . Left my old bank after being with them for over 10 years and took a credit hit. Within 2 weeks halifax increase monthly fee by £2 and change mobile phone insurance excess from £30 to £100. I cancel that before increase and excess increase. Now i get letter saying the crappy £3 a month is dropping to £2. Will be leaving halifax very soon.

Time To Ditch Halifax - Better Rewards Elsewhere - Cutting Rewards Payments To £2 From October 1st @ Halifax (Do not offer referrals)
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Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
This is the second time in a year they've cut the reward Payment down, they were £5, then £3, now they've reduced them again to £2. I think now is the time to ditch, as a lot of o… Read more
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cliosport65

The reward account dropped to £3 a while now and will be dropping to £2 shortly

Mrswitch

Just signed up to them, simply to buy from abroad. Although I applied two days ago and haven't heard a peep since.

Anon32

Starling bank my friend fee free worldwide and pay some interest not much. I suppose it depends on how much ypu go abroa

jameswalker9

I absolutely love Halifax & would recommend them to anyone. It’s annoying the reward has gone from £5 down to £2. The help to buy ISA has dropped from 5%, to 3.5% to 2.25%. I have the Ulimate Reward Account, recently cracked my iPhone screen and they want £100 excess towards the £145 cost of replacing (embarrassed)

emmasea

I wouldn’t switch to tsb after all the problems - i’m about to switch from them to another bank!

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Halifax Clarity Travel Credit Card - No usage fees worldwide and at the moment you get £20 cashback for making a foreign purchase. You can do this online!
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31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Clarity Credit Card Ready for your next overseas holiday? Travel abroad with one simple rate & no usage fees. No fees for using your card anywhere worldwide (interest char… Read more
igp4tel

is there anyone received their £ 20 STATEMENT CREDIT????

Bamo1

Hi Does anyone know the daily withdrawal limit for the clarity card?

mvhmz

Any cash back on this besides 20 quid

999pez

Does anyone know a way of withdrawing cash in the USA without incurring a fee? There always seems to be an ATM fee. I never get charged a fee in Europe.

aembleton

I've never paid a £2 cash machine fee through Curve. The 1% conversion only occurs if you don't change the currency in the Curve app. If I travel to Germany, I just change it to Euros and point it at my Tandem card. That way I can withdraw euros for no charge, and actually enjoy 0.5% cashback through Tandem.

10% off at Waitrose through Halifax
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Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Not as good as the 15% at Morrisons but if you do shop at Waitrose, and have a Halifax current account, please check if this offer is available. Valid in store only for all purcha… Read more
pkempc

From recent experience I can confirm that the 5% ( or 10% or 15 % .etc ) Halifax cashback extra offer that you have to click to activate to receive money back on your shopping spend in Waitrose is also applied ( only the once ) to any cashback you request at the checkout till. I request £50 cashback at the Waitrose till and then go straight to the next Halifax branch & pay the £50 straight back in..i think the phrase is called ' double bubble' !

JulianL

My problem is I use apps and mobile versions of webpages that don't always show everything. Sorted now, thx

Zkurd

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?

robin5858

​No! The Times Sir!

cjm150273

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

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?

seaniboy

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

matthews9479

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.

Luna_fr

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.

matthews9479

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.

Swisse multivitamins 99p instore @ Home Bargains (Halifax)
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LocalLocalFound 9th MayFound 9th May
Mens and women's ultivite multivitamins with minerals ect rrp 9.99 bargain @ 0.99p found in homebargains halifax went back to buy few more women on tills said they been coming in r… Read more
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RICKWITHAPEE

Been buying them few @ a time got about 12months worth now lol, ive noticed the fluorescent pee too

trott3r

Fluorescent yellow pee. Great coloring

dunno

Very swish

H1.HWK

Picked some up last week, turns your urine radioactive, but tablets are full of the good stuff so I’ll be taking them for a while to see if they cheer me up in the winter when sunshine is in short supply. 8)

dougieboy

Been buying these from HB for about six months now. They replenished the stock a couple of weeks ago with a much bigger range. So not pointless.

15% cashback at Morrisons from Halifax Rewards
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Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Yet another account specific offer. Valid for a single use until Jun 3 with a maximum reward of £15. Useless for me as there is no store around nor do they deliver to my post code.
y-oh-y

I've done more or less that today. Half a dozen eggs for 95p and £50 cashback. Shows £50.95 sale.

Zkurd

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?

BobMass

Can confirm I got cashback on cashback at coop :D

ssc1

10pc on mine dont even shop there.

rooney10

Do Iceland offer cashback service at their tills , anyone know ? I have a 10% off Iceland as well atm

10% cashback at Co Op through Halifax Rewards
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Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Amongst the many restaurant offers currently available in the Halifax app, I saw this one from Co Op. 10% cashback up to a maximum reward of £30. Valid for a single use until May 2… Read more
oddsocks

Sadly not for me. I only seem to get useless rewards for places I'm never going to shop at.

sgandtg

Does co op do cashback?

minimoff

Just go and buy the cheapest thing and get as much cashback instore as you can, I think max £50 cashback. Then just put the £50 back in the bank and you get a free £5. Voila bit of hassle for a fiver I know but if you are willing to do it it's free money.

crumpetman

5% on mine and I only ever use it when these offers are on.

darksideby182

Not on mine but it has reminded me to activate the new ones.

Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Peanut Bars - 30g x 40 for £4 @ Barry's Cash & Carry Halifax
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LocalLocalFound 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Bought these at Barry's Cash & Carry in Halifax, West Yorkshire. 40 bars for £4, sell-by date is October 2018. Lots available in bulk, not bad for 10p per bar!
vigilant92

Normally pay about £8 for this in Costco so sounds like a great deal

Halifax Clarity Travel Credit Card - £20 Halifax Cashback + Fee free card for spending abroad
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Found 1st MayFound 1st May
The Halifax Clarity travel credit card has been around for a while so you may already have it but Halifax have just added a £20 cashback promotion on the first transaction made in … Read more
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Dizy

Its handy to have but the exchange rate is pretty poor 0.882635 GBP.

Dizy

you only get 200 euros free per month though reading with the standard account.

sinjin_smythe

Simple solution to this to exchange your currency in advance of the weekend then you don't pay a surcharge, anything you dont spend just withdraw it after the weekend is over. At the weekend, major currency has a 0.5% surcharge to buy ie dollar pound and euro. Everything else 1.5%. If thats too much effort it's probably easier to get a card with higher exchange rates and don't worry about cheaper rates. For comparison right now on revolut 1GBP buys you : 1.3574 usd or 1.1322 euro https://blog.revolut.com/what-is-the-interbank-exchange-rate/

indyjukebox

Not sure about that. Even on their own forums, there are people complaining about poor excahnge rates on the weekend etc. Link

endothecat

See youtellme90 and the responses further down about half way through the page https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5640378

Halifax KIDS' MONTHLY Saver interest rate of 4.5% (save from £10 to £100 a month by standing order) @ Halifax
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Was looking for a savings account for my two children just for a short period, and came across this, 4.5% for a regular savings account is excellent. I don't know ow much about in… Read more
AstalaVista

Yes, it can be moved to parents account.

Sharpharp

Upon maturity, can the money be moved into the parents account?

Sharpharp

Can you transfer in a CTF?

crumpetman

Maths is a bit off, 5% interest is per year not per month and you cannot pay in £8k per month unless you also withdraw most of it each month. Also you can't get the 5% interest rate (on the current account) if you've ever held a FlexDirect account before I don't know about "plenty of other examples" but here are the ones I know of which pay 5%: First direct 5% regular saver but must have First Direct current account and pay in £1k per month M&S 5% regular saver but must have current account Santander 5% regular saver but unless you can make good use of the current account the fee makes it not worthwhile HSBC 5% regular saver but must have current account and pay in £1750 per month.

jameswalker457

Yep. For example Nationwide. No DD requirement just pay in 1k a month. I've got one in both mine my partners and a joint account. That allows 7.5k at 5 pcent a month. Also unlocks 2 X regular savers max of 250 each So that's up to 8k a month. Plenty of other examples.

10% OFF a cheeky Nando's when paying with selected bank credit/debit cards (30% for NHS staff)
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Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Get 10% off when dining at Nando's and paying with your banks debit or credit card. Maximum cashback is £30 and is applied to your account at the end of the month. Can also use 2… Read more
boonkoh

Very weird, not on my Santander 123 offers list either. And I haven't ever put Nandos on my debit card, so I should be seen as a potential "new" customer.

bonzobanana

I thought pre-stunning was approved of by the muslim council of the UK because the animal is still alive it was only kosher meat that doesn't allow pre-stunning. Either way if I was given a vote I'd vote for the ban of ritual slaughter and go with methods advocated by animal welfare experts and groups. We take control of the lives of these creatures, completely exploit them and then give them a horrific death is just appalling and anyway of making this less appalling should always be pursued and legislated for. Like most people I'm too absorbed in my own life to have an emotional response as I've bought up seeing the suffering of animals as normal but intellectually will always choose a higher morale level. Lack of problem solving intelligence or language does not mean an animal doesn't have the same emotions and dislike of pain we have.

jinkssick

hehe they use the same suppliers so you are spot on.

jinkssick

Well it would surprise you to know that their Halal supplier stuns the chickens which is against Halal regulation. So in essence its fake Halal. Read into it.

jinkssick

Its just another inclusion into rip off Britain. £25 plus for a meal for two for chickens that they themselves state are brought from the same supplier as KFC. Just marinated for lot longer. I used to go thrice a month or more but since portions shrank and prices increased I gone twice in last year.

10% cashback at various restaurants - Halifax banking app
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Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
10% back on your next purchase at various restaurants - Five Guys, Byron, Harvester, Miller & Carter, Hungry Horse and Prezzo (8% at Prezzo). Saw this in the Halifax app under … Read more
ALBO4EVER

0 offers on mine

2tigger2

Different offers for every customer not even one will get the ones listed

vassy4u

Nothing new.

junior373111

So true

DazLFC

All they ever do is offer restaurants and retail outlets you never go to or have heard of or that are even geographically close. Halifax cashback is worst of all the banks to be honest

Skullcandy JIB wireless earphones (blue) instore @ Halifax Tesco - £7.50
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LocalLocalFound 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Skullcandy JIB wireless earphones instore @ Halifax, possibly national? Cheapest ones new i can find on Amazon (wireless) is £16
JoeyJoeC

£4.50 in Rainham.. However I bought the last one.

blue-note

Still £30 in leytonstone and Chelmsford

JVC headphones, black, was £25, now £6.25 instore @ Tesco Halifax
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LocalLocalFound 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Reduced in Tesco Halifax, perhaps national? previously priced at £25, (£22 approx on Amazon) May not be local to everyone but whoever can find stock near them
migavupe

Posted Here

kamalmtr

I found the same in chesterfield tesco metro in town centre

HutchAW

Nice find @kamalmtr - thanks for posting and welcome to HUKD :) Just to help other users, could you please confirm which local store you found these in? Ta!

billypraj

Still full price in Leicester

migavupe

£10 in my local store.

Halifax/Giff Gaff 2 x £5 cashback on £10 top ups
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LocalLocalFound 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Upto £10 back on £20 of top ups! Bonza mate (y)
kghunt

Did giffgaff fix their data speeds yet? The only reason I have ever never moved over permanently is I could never get more than 1mb on 4g.

Zek

Not been like that for long, but not holding my breath for a giffgaff pay cut! O2 might still be charging GG more than their current prices to use the network. Was going to try and get my family to change to O2 but they like the free GG to GG calls and texts for 3 months.

lasuil

Very nice! I'm on the £10/month giffgaff, but sadly not banking with halifax

louiselouise

Dammit, I posted it as a heads-up on the GiffGaff Community as well when I saw this thread (embarrassed)

xx123

Not seeing it either, it must be a very select few who were offered this...

Creation everyday travel credit card only 12.9% apr including cash so less than halifax! No fees at all. Even if you withdraw cash from the UK
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Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
The only card you'll ever need Easy to understand, easy to manage - One low rate for all your Purchases, Balance Transfers and Cash Advances No Fees - no Balance Transfer*, Cas… Read more
Anon32

Surely its the same but with less interest. If you get the lower rate that is

waz12345

I keep this as a backup to my Halifax clarity when I travel. Can confirm works very well, recommended.

th2

Looks interesting!

Mrswitch

Super hot yeah

fablanta

:p

Halifax 26 month 0% Balance Transfer Card offers
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Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
0% interest for 26 months from account opening on balance transfers made in the first 90 days. Minimum £100 balance transfer. Representative rate of 19.9% APR (variable). 0% fee a… Read more
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jchung07

@swans79wd if you have a good credit score go with clarity. Just remember that if you withdraw cash abroad transfer GBP to your credit card account the same day. Revolut is a decent product but lots of little hidden charges and restrictions. On top of that when you are abroad S75 protection is very useful...

MadonnaProject

Hey guys, when I click on the link it takes me to the halifax website but then I click on apply and it goes to a blank page. Anyone else getting the same issue?

MrFlux001

This is why this site can be so inaccurate. You’re voting cold because you don’t trust yourself with managing money. Other people can manage their financial affairs in credit and would be grateful of knowing about a card such as this.

BFCsider

For my car, yes. For the house I was fortunate enough to be given it (yes I know I'm lucky and I am grateful). I'm sure you know I'm not talking about a mortgage as its a must for most. I'm simply on about a credit card (that doesn't secure you a mortgage) that in the wrong hands can cause havoc with people's lives. I know it's their own fault for being stupid but why give them the chance.

eset12345

i take it you paid cash for your home and car?

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