HSBC offer $50 credit when open an Online Savings Account.

7 August 2007

HSBC offer for MoneyMag readers. $50 credit when you open an HSBC Online Savings Account before 15 September 2007.

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26 comments

  • admin EDITOR
    there seems to be lots and lots of bank account deals flying around at the moment. Thanks for this one 0180. Its nice to have them pay you for once.
  • sab988
    there is a catch .... initial opening deposit is $2000 minimum:eek:
  • nod
    Hot vote from me At this rate we will have have 5 bank accounts each :) Thanks 0180
  • elegantegotist
    I already have one of these. The total remuneration adds up to $72.50 in your pocket which is so good.
  • Brad
    sab988;11152
    there is a catch .... initial opening deposit is $2000 minimum :eek:
    http://bestsmileys.com/surprised/4.gif Thats one hefty deposit.
  • nod
    elegantegotist;11155
    I already have one of these. The total remuneration adds up to $72.50 in your pocket which is so good.
    How does that work Elegantegotist?
  • Brad
    $22.50 cashback + bonus $50...
  • nod
    heheeheheehehehee oops :o How did I miss that :confused:
  • Brad
    No idea. :D
  • elegantegotist
    I would so sign up for this deal if I didn't already have an existing account. This along with the Raboplus one are the deals of the week !
  • nod
    The citibank deal is evolving into a nice like package too!!! About time the banks gave something back! :D
  • 0180
    So do u get the deal if u already have one??
  • nod
    I suspect the offer is for new customers only - that is the way it usually works
  • schlemster
    clicked through and seen that they have 2 fields one for new customers and ones for existing so you may be lucky there 0180
  • ScarletRubies
    I wonder if you'd have any joy getting a bank/credit union etc to "price match" the features in a savings account? I know we did that with 3 different institutions when getting our car loan, and 2 when doing our mortgage. I was telling my husband about these deals and we'd be very happy to leave our fee-mad institution to one that committed to not charging us fees for online transactions, credit transactions and any other flippin' transaction they can think of, AND had a local presence for the occasional time we need to deposit a cheque. So, I wonder if you could walk in to the local "X" institution and say, "hey, HSBC will give me $72 - what about you?"
  • nod
    I reckon there is never any harm in asking.
  • Brad
    I see they have ceased their cashback program?
  • nod
    Yep :( Not sure if we scared them with our transactions :D
  • admin EDITOR
    yea - the online cashback world is a big bad scarey place for a lot of merchants. It gets them a little worried when they see a large number of sign ups going through.
  • Gallifrey
    what is the $22.50 cashback, I am new here and I dont know what that is yet. Can anyone let me know please?
  • sab988
    Welcome to buckscoop Galifrey :p If u click on the link in the deal section, it will take you to the deal and apply a cookie where ur purchace can be tracked. And after u sign up with an account, and the merchant verifies it, you will be credited with the 22.50 cashback ... but u have to click on the link where all the deals are " Deal section" on on the first post on the thread Be aware the HSBC do require a $2000 deposit when opening the account:(
  • Emma EDITOR
    The $22.50 cashback has now finished, according to admin & nod's posts above. @ Gallifrey - ]Click here to read up on BuckScoop and how to get all the other cashback offers on the site :)
  • Brad
    Bump - 2 days left
  • nod
    Hey Brad I have just seen that your post tally is 1027!!!! I am sure it was 980 the other day - way to go - 4 figures :w00t: http://bestsmileys.com/fireworks/2.gif You have to have a custom member title now! BUCKSCOOP BOY BRAD?? :D
  • Brad
    Thanks Nod. No idea what my custom title should be... Nod missed ]this post.
  • nod
    Now you have multiple threads of congrats though ;)

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