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Deposit $50 within 90 Days of Joining Tiger Brokers, Get $35 Cashback @ ShopBack

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Enjoy :)
Plus, Stack with this deal

New Sign ups with a deposit $50 or more ( within first 90 Days of Sign Up )

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$20 for referrer, $10 for referee after referee qualifies.

Qualifying requirements for referee: 1. Made a minimum $20 online purchase (below exclusions apply), 2. Received a minimum $10 confirmed cashback online, 3. Added banking details to account.

Exclusions: Any other ShopBack new customer bonus offers; Purchases from Uber, Kayo Sports, DoorDash, Hayu, Accor Hotels, Intercontinental Hotels Group, ShopBack Vouchers (Gift Cards), Woolworths Gift Cards, Circles.Life (list subject to change)

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  • +4

    Tiger Brokers

    Do you need a license to own a tiger? Want to check before buying one from a broker.

  • may not stack with referrals

  • Worth the effort, due to the other concurrent deal. But please read the thread about what is required to be done, and the various user experiences!

  • +1

    ICYDK, they're stock brokers, mostly for US/AU/HK stock markets.

  • +3

    Bad news these guys

    • +1

      Why is it bad news?? Cheers

  • How long must the $50 be kept in Tiger?

  • now on Shopback page, couldn't find any deal? the deal still available or Shopback withdrawned the deal?

  • i saw before there was a free apple share when joining, that still the case?

    • Yes, check the link in the OP to read up on it, but go through Shopback to get this new bonus.

      • Is it worth joining? Can you buy stock with $50?

        After finding out Stake has a minimum spend I’m hesitant now.

        • I think it is worth it for the AAPL share, combined with this cashback. Whether you want to stick with Tiger long-term as your broker is another matter. I'd lean to No.

          Note that this is a deposit to your cash account, you can withdraw it later on without the requirement to trade. But please check all T&Cs carefully, as I don't want to be seen as giving financial advice :)

          PS: What is the minimum spend @ Stake that you're referring to?

          • @Charlie Dont Surf: Thanks for the non-financial advice I will have a look at the T&Cs to see if it can be withdrawn. Even if it can’t I don’t mind buying stock and holding.

            Everything I tried to buy on Stake AU was minimum $500 so I ended up depositing more and buying (which have gone up in value so I’m glad I made that decision)

            • @billybob1978: I haven't traded in small amounts, but my understanding is that the $500 minimum requirement (for a first-time acquisition) is a regulation set by the ASX for CHESS-sponsored brokers. So you'd find the same restriction for Commsec, CMC, SelfWealth etc. Superhero is a little different - the minimum there is $100 (I think) as they run a custodian model.

              For info: CMC Markets are now offering one free brokerage (BUY) trade per day for buys under $1,000. Your first purchase of stock X will need to be $500+ (see above), but then after that you can top-up on a new day for amounts $100+. They are fully CHESS-sponsored and I do like their platform - it has improved a LOT in recent times.

              I'm assuming that other platforms like Stake etc might let you buy a parcel of $100+ once you have an existing holding of that stock - but as I said, it's not something that I've done myself.

              • @Charlie Dont Surf: Ah yes that’s right that is exactly it. It was my first time in 10 years buying Aussie shares (they were purchased by BHP on my behalf).

                So it appears Tiger Brokers is also a custodian model as the qualifying purchase is $20 minimum for referrals so that answers my question about being able to spend the $50.

                Yeah agreed I’m sure I can spend less than $500 on Stake now that I’m registered.

                • @billybob1978: The $500 minimum will be for each new stock in your portfolio (HIN) on Stake. So, buying $510 worth of Stock X won't then allow you to buy $120 in Stock Y just because you've registered and made an initial trade. Your first purchase in Stock Y will also need to be $500+. I really hope this info is still correct or else I am going to feel embarrassed lol

                  • @Charlie Dont Surf: Thanks for clarifying I wasn’t going to buy more on Stake anyway as I personally don’t like the platform or support.

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