Be savvy and earn £150 in FREE cash to buy your DREAM TV!
If you love a good bonus for switching your current account, well my millennial friend, here is how to fund your new Samsung flatscreen TV!
If you were like me, my Dad opened a current account for me when I was a kid and I didn't switch for at least 10 years! Why? I couldn't be bothered and had zero incentive to make change! These days, it’s all about choosing a bank account which matches your needs - whether it’s earning interest, getting cashback on bills or grabbing a switch bonus…the bank’s are dying to have your business!
One of the best switching bonus’s on the market is offered by HSBC’s Advance Account. What’s nice here is, you’ll get £150 in FREE money and if you stay with them for 12 months, they reward you with an extra £50! Bosh!
THATS £200 OF FREE CASH!
Why am I talking about spending your initial bonus of £150 on a flatscreen TV? To be honest, you can spend it on whatever you like. A client of mine recently switched current accounts and on pocketing his bonus he bought his dream Samsung flatscreen TV for his bedroom. Now that's what I call inspiration! This is the badboy right here...
Here are the 5 things you need to know!
- The bonus is paid within 50 days of switching your existing current account to HSBC’s Advance current account
- The quickest way to get going is to ensure you are a new customer, open an account by 26th November 2017 and switch current accounts using HSBC’s ‘Current Account Switch Service’. What does this mean? The bank or building society you’re moving to commits to transferring everything over to your new current account within seven working days!
- You need to pay a minimum of £1,750 per month in the account to qualify, have atleast 2 active direct debits/standing orders and must fully switch current accounts!
- You need to register for mobile banking within 60 days of account opening. This is so you can bag the extra £50 payable after 1 year.
- This account is not for everyone. For example, you don't earn interest on balances and for many this is a big downside! So, do your research and choose wisely!
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