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MBNA 40 Month Platinum Credit Card
0% for 40 months on balance transfers. After this period, the rate will be 20.9% p.a (variable)
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Zopa Personal Loan
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HSBC Advance Bank Account
Receive £150 when you switch your bank account using the full switching service within 30 days of your account opening and switch two direct debits or standing orders. Conditions apply - see T&Cs
A further payment of £50 will be paid 12 months later if you register for mobile or online banking within 60 days of account opening and meet the account eligibility criteria for nine out of the first 12 months. Offer ends July 10, 2016. Conditions apply - see T&Cs
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