Raboplus Coupon Codes 2016

Complete list of Raboplus promotional codes & discounts for 2016

Raboplus
Send an email to when there are new Rabopluscoupon code.
Expired Coupon Codes for Raboplus
  • $100 cash bonus with any new Raboplus account discount code
    $100 OFF
    Online

    Did the Coupon Work?

    This site has been opened in a new window for you to shop. To redeem the discount enter the code CASHSEM when you reach the checkout. If the website did not open, click here.
    15/04/2009
    • lilpretzel10/04/2009
      Please Note: Open your account with a minimum opening balance of [COLOR=Red]$2,000[/COLOR][COLOR=Red]. :eek:

      [COLOR=Black]I got $50.00 for just $1 opening balance last offer.[/COLOR]
      [/COLOR]
    • nod10/04/2009
      mmm I was just looking at that too - how can they put the
      # No minimum balance - earn interest on every dollar
      in there too?
      Maybe they mean after?
    • nelly10/04/2009
      oh I did not see that :o
    • lilpretzel10/04/2009
      That's alright nelly, it's very misleading :)

      It's also only for new account holders.

    You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private. :)


  • $50 bonus New customers Raboplus savings account with code
    $50 OFF
    Online

    Did the Coupon Work?

    This site has been opened in a new window for you to shop. To redeem the discount enter the code CASHPR when you reach the checkout. If the website did not open, click here.
    28/02/2009
    • mouldgirl12/02/2009
      I found some savings account comparison sites that may be useful :)
      Infochoice
      Ratecity good as you can compare on rates, bank or star rating

    You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private. :)


  • EXPIRED Raboplus Bonus $50 One week only
    $50 OFF
    Online

    Did the Coupon Work?

    This site has been opened in a new window for you to shop. To redeem the discount enter the code SMS1007 when you reach the checkout. If the website did not open, click here.
    13/10/2007
    • wheadle07/10/2007
      Hot vote here Netjock. Nice one ;)
      Looks good on paper, especially with the extra 50 bucks

      Online Savings Account Ongoing variable rate* Fees Minimum balance Security device
      RaboPlus Savings Account 6.70% No $0 Yes
      BankWest TeleNet Saver 6.50% No $0 No
      ING Direct Savings Maximiser 6.15% No $0 No
      Commonwealth NetBank Saver 6.25% No^ $0 Yes
      nab iSaver 6.30% No^ $0 No
    • jayne07/10/2007
      Can't turn your nose up at 50 bucks for free!
    • elegantegotist07/10/2007
      Yes an no minimum deposit this time ! (last time was $1K).
    • admin08/10/2007
      netjock !!! Nice to have you back around.

      Whats bugging me about this is that Raboplus do a cashback offer - but the scumbags wont take us on their programme. Their loss.
    • schlemster08/10/2007
      hot vote netjock from me. nice one that there is no min amount deposit this time round
    • lilpretzel08/10/2007
      :w00t: :w00t:

      Hot vote from me!
    • Michelle215408/10/2007
      They say they are the safeest BLa, bla, bla is it true? Im a little worried about them being on the net, what do you think? Id like to open an account for my kids but am just a little worried.
      Michelle2154
    • nod08/10/2007
      Sorry Michelle2154
      I don't actually know
    • blackmyst08/10/2007
      Has anyone taken up this offer? Im having trouble :(
    • nod08/10/2007
      What sort of trouble Blackmyst?
    • blackmyst08/10/2007
      I can't get past the first page. I choose the account etc on the first page then there is nothing to click on to fill out the rest of the steps. No next button or enter, nothing. Excuse me if im totally missing something! :rolleyes:
    • Netjock08/10/2007
      Blackmyst, what browser are you using? I tried on internet explorer at work and it seems fine. May not like Firefox.

      So they have a cashback offer but didn't take us!? Try it again. 107 votes for hot means it is worth something!

      Rabobank is Dutch I believe. They specialise in Agricultural Finance. To be honest no bank is never 100% safe. But free $50 with almost nothing on the table!? I'll take that. It is like taking candy from a baby.

      My suggestion is don't put all your eggs in the one basket for 0.2% extra interest. Spread your month across Rabobank, BankWest.

      BankWest is coming out with a 5% interest transaction account soon (no monthly fee) for balances up to $5k (meaning anything above 5k will have lower rate of interest).

      So 5k here and 5k there to reduce your risk.

      Happy buckscooping...
    • elegantegotist08/10/2007
      Netjock
      Blackmyst, what browser are you using? I tried on internet explorer at work and it seems fine. May not like Firefox.

      So they have a cashback offer but didn't take us!? Try it again. 107 votes for hot means it is worth something!

      Rabobank is Dutch I believe. They specialise in Agricultural Finance. To be honest no bank is never 100% safe. But free $50 with almost nothing on the table!? I'll take that. It is like taking candy from a baby.

      My suggestion is don't put all your eggs in the one basket for 0.2% extra interest. Spread your month across Rabobank, BankWest.

      BankWest is coming out with a 5% interest transaction account soon (no monthly fee) for balances up to $5k (meaning anything above 5k will have lower rate of interest).

      So 5k here and 5k there to reduce your risk.

      Happy buckscooping...


      Just what I've been looking for. I hate monthly fees with the fire of a thousand suns :mad:. Where can we learn more about this account ? Thanks.
    • nod08/10/2007
      BankWest is coming out with a 5% interest transaction account soon (no monthly fee) for balances up to $5k (meaning anything above 5k will have lower rate of interest).


      It certainly goes against the norm - usually the more money you bank with them the better interest rate
    • nod08/10/2007
      I can't get past the first page. I choose the account etc on the first page then there is nothing to click on to fill out the rest of the steps. No next button or enter, nothing.


      Blackmyst I use Firefox and it all seems to be loading for me fine. I chose personal account on the first page and then there is no choice for the 2nd page. Just hit the continue button then the form to complete your personal details appears
      Might be worth clearing cookies if that still does not work
    • blackmyst08/10/2007
      Thanks for that, I am using Safari, i cleared cookies, will download firefox and try that :)
    • blackmyst08/10/2007
      Yep that was the problem. Thanks heaps, as soon as i uploaded firefox the continue button appeared! Weird! Thanks again
    • nod08/10/2007
      Are you using a mac Blackmyst or are you using the new PC version of safari?
      I tried it out but it was soooooooooooo slow. Needs a bit more time for the bugs to be ironed out :D
    • blackmyst08/10/2007
      Im using a mac nod. I have been lazy and have just been using Safari because it was already there lol. I didn't even think twice about it being the browser, I just thought it was me!
    • nod08/10/2007
      Even when I mess around on a friends mac I use FF
      I find Safari a pain to use
    • narut08/10/2007
      elegantegotist
      Just what I've been looking for. I hate monthly fees with the fire of a thousand suns :mad:. Where can we learn more about this account ? Thanks.


      http://www.bankwest.com.au/Personal/Transaction_Accounts/BankWest_Hero/index.aspx

      # High interest rate of 5%p.a. on all balances up to $5000
      # Deposit a minimum of $2,000 per calendar month
      # No account fees #
      # BankWest / MasterCard Debit Card access
      # Interest paid monthly
      # Cheque book access
      # Online Banking
      # Phone Banking
    • Netjock09/10/2007
      nod
      It certainly goes against the norm - usually the more money you bank with them the better interest rate


      That is to avoid paying you too much interest and still getting your business.

      ING Direct became uncompetitive (interest rate wise) partially because Commonwealth Bank retail banking chief instructed all senior managers to open accounts and transfer as much money into them as possible.

      Pretty much a case of offering higher than market interest rates and buckling under the weight of money without profitable places to invest it.

      I don't like the sounds of "#" which means possible restrictive choices on ATMs. Which is The following BankWest affiliated ATMs do not attract
      the Other Bank ATM Access Fee. NSW, TAS and ACT – Commonwealth Bank, VIC – Westpac,
      QLD – Bank of Queensland and SA – BankSA.

      Also req deposit of $2k per month. If not then they will convert your account to a fee paying account.

      What else... amounts over $5k attract 0% interest.
    • nod09/10/2007
      ING Direct became uncompetitive (interest rate wise) partially because Commonwealth Bank retail banking chief instructed all senior managers to open accounts and transfer as much money into them as possible.


      I would never have thought about it like that. You just expect the banks to be able to work the system or know the best investment. But as the interest figure needed gets to a certain point, you may just struggle to find that volume of cash :D
    • nod09/10/2007
      Not that I feel sorry for them at all. Banks and Insurance companies are both on par in my book :D
    • blackmyst09/10/2007
      I love FF but had been too lazy lol. Does anyone know if there is a promotional REFERENCE? at all? Im only just getting around to opening this account and have put in the promotional CODE. TIA
    • nod09/10/2007
      I think you just need the promo code Blackmyst
    • trevorf10/10/2007
      Netjock

      Also req deposit of $2k per month. If not then they will convert your account to a fee paying account.


      Just deposit $2k+ and then withdraw it back out to your third part account / linked account (well I don't know about Bankwest).

      My current bank has similar offerings to that BankWest Hero, though it doesn't offer any interest on the balance. If they offer "MasterCard Debit Card access", is ATM withdrawals litterally free?
    • Netjock10/10/2007
      Trevorf,

      I'm with HSBC which allows any ATM (excl NAB for some reason) for 5 transactions per month, unlimited internet banking. But almost zero interest unless balance over $5k.

      Why would you do that with Bankwest? The whole point is to get every dollar working for you & put the rest of the money into a higher interest account.

      At the moment my transaction account is making $0 interest (balance of $1k, remainder in bankwest telenet saver). Ideal would be $1k@5% and remainder in Bankwest or Rabo @6.5% nobody needs more than a few thousand in transaction account but everyone needs something in there to keep functioning.

      Cheers,
      NJ
    • trevorf11/10/2007
      Not sure how that post exactly was respond to mine. The whole point of my previous post was to let people know that the fees can be waived by just depositing the sum in and out.

      And was just asking whether ATM fees can be waived if you withdrew money at ATM's via Mastercard access.
    • elegantegotist11/10/2007
      That would be so annoying though having to deposit and withdraw $2K every month.
    • narut11/10/2007
      trevorf
      If they offer "MasterCard Debit Card access", is ATM withdrawals litterally free?


      nop

      "However, any cash withdrawal or debit transfer made with the MasterCard Debit Card at a BankWest
      ATM, EFTPOS terminal or selected Other Bank ATM where the “Credit” button was selected is not
      an electronic withdrawal. The fees stated in clauses 4.3 and 4.11 may apply to these transactions." from PDS
    • narut11/10/2007
      elegantegotist
      That would be so annoying though having to deposit and withdraw $2K every month.


      Just another way of enforcing salary to be deposit into the account.

      They actually ask for "Evidence of ability to deposit $2,000 permonth into the account (e.g. pay slips or bank statements)" in the application.
    • 018011/10/2007
      Can l take this offer if l already have an account??
    • lilpretzel11/10/2007
      No sorry :(

      Offer limited to new customers and one account per customer.
    • lilpretzel22/10/2007
      Thanks Netjock & Buckscoop, I now have a extra $50 to spend on xmas :w00t: :w00t:

      I love the personal Digipass, all banks should have them for online banking.
    • Netjock26/10/2007
      Got my security dongle & accessed my account... extra $50 in there already! Happy saving to those that went for the deal :)

    You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private. :)


  • Raboplus $25 bonus
    Discount
    Online

    Did the Coupon Work?

    This site has been opened in a new window for you to shop. To redeem the discount enter the code FF0507 when you reach the checkout. If the website did not open, click here.
    Not Applicable
    • admin02/08/2007
      :) just as the $100 offer closes....

      thanks narut
    • Brad02/08/2007
      It's good that this one is only $1 minimum deposit. :)
    • sab98802/08/2007
      ill just open another account lol

      Is that allowed cause i opened one yest to take advantage of the $100 bonus
    • admin02/08/2007
      :D - I'm certainly not going to be telling you off for doing it....
    • nod02/08/2007
      :D Is it a new customer offer as the $100 yesterday was
    • nod02/08/2007
      Hot vote from me too :w00t:
    • narut03/08/2007
      nod
      :D Is it a new customer offer as the $100 yesterday was


      I have no idea.
      All I have is just a promo code which I got it off the internet and it is proven to be working when I open an account. The person who originally post this code mentioned "this may be withdrawn at anytime - so be quick"
    • nod13/08/2007
      This offer still available? Anyone know??

    You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private. :)


Visit this page for all the latest coupon codes, promo codes or printable coupons for this store.

Visit raboplus.com.au
Share a Voucher
Signup/LoginClose