£60 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card plus a year of Amazon Prime benefits
If you're a first year student open a Student Bank Account with us until 31st October 2016 and get a £60 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card plus a year of Amazon Prime benefits (excludes access to Kindle Owners' Lending
How to get your £60 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card plus a year of Amazon Prime benefits:
- Open a Student Bank Account between 22 July 2016 and midnight on 31 October 2016
- Open your Welcome email from us
- Click 'Register for Student Exclusives'
- Download your Gift Card, click on the 'Redeem Now' button to automatically add the claim code to your Amazon.co.uk account and then start shopping
Your Amazon Prime benefits are provided as part of your Amazon Student membership and are activated to your Amazon.co.uk account when you redeem your £60 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card. Please allow 5 business days for membership activation.
Eligibility criteria and Terms & Conditions apply.
We'll offer you an automatic overdraft of at least £500 free of overdraft interest at account opening. Maximum overdraft available is £3,000 free of overdraft interest, subject to status and account conduct. Plus, we won't charge you any overdraft setup fees.
Representative example (assumed overdraft £3,000): 0% EAR variable
Please note, applicants for overdrafts must be 18 or over.
If you try to make a withdrawal at any HSBC cash machine that would take you over your overdraft limit, you'll get an on-screen alert to let you know how much money you have available to withdraw.
You can also sign up to receive text alerts when your account balance drops below a certain amount. To set up a text alert, call us on 03457 404 404. Lines are open 8am to 10pm every day (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day). Calls may be recorded.
For first year students, the first £1,000 in your Student Bank Account, will earn interest at 1.5% above base rate.
Interest is calculated daily on the cleared credit balance and is paid monthly.
EAR (Equivalent Annual Rate): The interest you are charged on your overdrawn balance.
AER (Annual Equivalent Rate): This is a notional rate which illustrates what the Gross rate would be if interest were paid and compounded each year.
Gross: The rate before the deduction of tax applicable to interest on savings.