This was posted 7 months 23 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Free $200 Prezzee Voucher for Existing HSBC Home Loan Customers

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Received the following email from HSBC and appears to be for existing mortgage holders (i.e. targeted), but thought that I'd raise it here in case any other HSBC mortgage holders may have overlooked the email (subject line: A bank email you will want to open)

Description:
Dear xxx,

When was the last time you got something extra from your bank?

As our valued home loan customer we would like to show our appreciation with an
eGift card valued at $200.

You can either use this at one or split the value across a wide selection of retailers of your choice including Bunnings, Ikea and David Jones via our partners Prezzee, then store your eGift card on your digital wallet to conveniently use at any time.

So whether it’s something for your home, or something just for you, simply redeem* your gift card via your personalised link, and activate within 30 days of receiving this email.

All it takes is a few minutes and you will be able to spend instantly.

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  • I didn’t get one…

  • only $100, but better than nothing

    • …however they don't want to decrease my Variable loan, unless I changed to Packaged product , so thumbs down

      • Are you on the Home Value Loan? I asked about 6 months ago and got told no, hassled them again and they agreed to lower it. Threaten to move all of your banking, if they wont give it to you then. Start to shop around.

  • Didnt get one… also noticed my rates seem high.. thanks for the heads up

  • Nothing here either

  • Nothing for me either, maybe they don't like me because I hassled them to reduce my interest rate…

  • Nothing for me either. (But they ain't making much out of me, that's probably why…).

    Have been in touch with my relationship manager over the last couple of weeks regarding a loan for IP. From memory they are quoting 2.6x% (variable, for >750k)…

    • 2.39% fixed for 3 years with them on borrowings way south of that - given its variable and unlikely to be paid off in 3 years, I'd be looking at splitting it.

      I also don't think 2.39% is great in the market right now tbh but it's competitive market as they all look to buy market share again

  • Beware of Greeks bearing gifts! (lenders bearing e-gift cards)

  • I got $200