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HSBC current account switching offers close on 1 April

Written by: Danielle Levy
Savers have a little over two days left to take advantage of HSBC’s current account switching offers, which include a luxury overnight stay.

HSBC has confirmed that its current account switching offers will come to an end on 1 April.

The bank is offering new customers £75 in cash to switch to its HSBC Bank Account, £150 for the Advance Bank Account (provided within 30 days of the switch completing).

Meanwhile, those who opt for the Premier Bank Account will be offered a night’s stay in a luxury hotel, with 50 options to choose from, in a package that is worth up to £300.

For customers who choose to take advantage of the offers, HSBC is offering its Regular Saver account, which has an interest rate of 5% AER for Premier and Advance customers. Meanwhile, Bank Account customers will be offered 3% AER.

In order to be eligible for the offers, applicants can’t have held a current account of any type at HSBC since 1 January 2016 and must apply before 1 April 2019.

In addition, HSBC Advance customers must pay in at least £1,750 per month or £10,500 over six months.

Fiona McCaffrey, HSBC UK’s head of customer propositions, said: “If you haven’t carried out your new year’s resolution to review your finances, with the switching offers across our range of current accounts coming to an end on April Fool’s Day, now might be a great time to tick that off your list and get a little cash boost or a luxury weekend away.”

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