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Natwest launches £10k prize draw for debit and credit card users

Written by: Emma Lunn
Customers will be entered into the draw every time they spend on their Natwest debit or credit card between 15 June and 31 July.

The draw is part of Natwest’s ‘Getting You Back to You’ campaign. Eligible customers can opt-in to the draw by following the instructions in an email they will receive from Natwest.

To be eligible you need to have a Natwest debit or credit card, be aged over 18, and live in England, Wales or Scotland (the draw excludes Northern Ireland).

To be entered into the draw Natwest customers must make a ‘qualifying purchase’ during the promotional period. Each purchase counts as one entry. ‘Qualifying purchases’ are defined as goods and services bought using the credit or debit card or card account number.

Cash withdrawals, buying e-money or foreign currency, gambling transactions, money transfers, balance transfers and refunded transactions don’t count as qualifying purchases.

Natwest customers can also be entered into the draw without making a card transaction by writing to Natwest.

How much can you win?

There are 16 prizes available for each prize draw across the NatWest Group. The winners and reserves list will be drawn at random on 9 August 2021 and contacted by phone or email within 14 days of the draw taking place.

There are separate draws for credit and debit card users. Both award one first prize of £10,000 and 15 runners up prizes of £1,000. Cardholders with both credit and debit cards can enter both prize draws.

Other prize draws

Natwest also has a prize draw for savers. Customers who opened a Digital Regular Saver account in March, and saved between £1 and £50 in April, May and June, are eligible for the draw which will take place in July. Ten winners will each pocket a £1,000 prize.

Halifax also runs a monthly prize draw which is open to anyone with savings of £5,000 or more in qualifying accounts. There are three top prizes of £100,000, 100 prizes of £1,000 and 1,500 prizes of £100.

Nationwide runs a monthly prize draw for all its customers with a current account, savings account or mortgage with the building society. Each month there will be 8,008 prizes. This is broken down into a top prize of £100,000, two prizes of £25,000, five prizes of £10,000, and 8,000 handouts of £100.

Alternatively, Nationwide’s Start to Save account has quarterly prize draws. The number of winners for each draw will vary, based on the prize fund, which is calculated as 1% of the total increase in balances in qualifying accounts for the three months before the draw.

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