TSB interest rates are down

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by Sarah » Fri Dec 18 2020 12:36am

pabenny wrote:
Thu Sep 24 2020 10:43am
The TSB £5/month is only for the first 6 months.
There's a curiosity in the cashback T&Cs published here which mention a Spend & Save Plus account that has the £5 cashback on an ongoing basis. Such an account might also have a monthly fee, of course, although it doesn't appear to be publicly available (at this time) so we don't seem able to apply anyway...

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by Sarah » Fri Dec 18 2020 11:24am

The page linked below has an online form that can be used to convert Classic Plus accounts into Spend & Save accounts which qualify for cashback (not to be confused with Classic accounts which were automatically converted and didn't qualify for cashback). There's no limit for the number of Spend & Save accounts per customer.
https://www.tsb.co.uk/help-and-support/ ... r-account/

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by pabenny » Tue Feb 09 2021 8:02am

Opening the TSB spend and save account will earn you £80 at Quidco until 14 Feb.
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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by parchedpeas » Tue Feb 09 2021 8:46am

pabenny wrote:
Tue Feb 09 2021 8:02am
Opening the TSB spend and save account will earn you £80 at Quidco until 14 Feb.
Again? Oh go on then!

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by Sarah » Wed Mar 03 2021 9:07am

Quidco paying £55 cashback on TSB S&S accounts today & tomorrow!
https://www.quidco.com/tsb-current-account

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by pabenny » Wed Mar 03 2021 11:14am

The £80 offered last month only lasted the day (despite having a longer end date posted)

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by planteria » Wed Mar 03 2021 4:27pm

Sarah wrote:
Wed Mar 03 2021 9:07am
Quidco paying £55 cashback on TSB S&S accounts today & tomorrow!
for an upgrade, or just a new account application?

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by Sarah » Wed Mar 03 2021 5:06pm

Wishful thinking; not just a new account application, eligibility requires being a new customer too.
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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by planteria » Wed Mar 03 2021 6:55pm

oh. no good for me then. thank you Sarah.

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Re: TSB interest rates are down

Post by Sarah » Thu Mar 04 2021 10:28am

Sarah wrote:
Fri Dec 18 2020 12:36am
pabenny wrote:
Thu Sep 24 2020 10:43am
The TSB £5/month is only for the first 6 months.
There's a curiosity in the cashback T&Cs published here which mention a Spend & Save Plus account that has the £5 cashback on an ongoing basis. Such an account might also have a monthly fee, of course, although it doesn't appear to be publicly available (at this time) so we don't seem able to apply anyway...
If anyone might be interested in the Spend & Save Plus account (as above) it's actually launched now and is possible to convert existing accounts using an option in their online banking. The monthly fee is £3 though, so it's not very exciting with maximum £2 net gain!

https://www.tsb.co.uk/current-accounts/ ... s-account/
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