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Halifax brings back £100 switch incentive

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05/07/2021
Halifax is offering new customers switching to its Ultimate Reward Current Account £100 between 7 July and 3 August.

To qualify for the incentive, customers need to use the Current Account Switch Service.

The switching process takes seven days and customers will receive their £100 before the switch is complete.

The bank offered a similar switching incentive in April and May 2021.

The Ultimate Reward Current Account costs £17 a month and offers additional benefits such as worldwide travel insurance and mobile phone insurance.

It also comes with a six-month fee free overdraft for new customers.

Martin Turner, head of personal current accounts at Halifax, said: “We’re excited to be re-introducing our £100 switching offer, this time for new customers of our Ultimate Reward Current Account.

“The Current Account Switching Service makes it really easy to join us, transferring direct debits, standing orders and salary commitments, to your new account within seven days.”

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