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Earn up to £500 with TSB bank switch scheme

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07/01/2020
TSB has increased the amount it offers customers who refer a friend from £75 to £100.

You can refer up to five friends per tax year, meaning you could pocket £500 in total.

Each friend you refer will also receive £100.

Your friend must apply for a Classic or Classic Plus account using the Current Account Switch Service.

To refer a friend, fill in a form on tsb.co.uk/recommend. Once the form has been submitted, you’ll receive a unique link to share with your friend. They should then use that link to apply for an account within 28 days.

Each friend will require their own unique link.

You and your friend will both receive £100 28 days after your friend’s switch has been completed as long as they set up two active direct debits and pay £500 into the account.

The offer is available until 28 February.

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