HSBC launches campaign of offers available until end of February

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HSBC launches campaign of offers available until end of FebruaryHSBC Malta has announced a new campaign, which runs until 28th February 2018, where customers can benefit from offers on home loans, life insurance, personal loans, credit cards and HSBC Advance.

There is a fixed interest rate of 2.5% until June 2020 on all home loans whilst customers taking life insurance cover will get the first three months for free.

Additionally, the Bank said that it has reduced its personal loan rate from 6.5% to align with its car loan rate of 4.99%. Furthermore, customers initiating their application online for any of these campaign products will benefit from reduced fees.

The credit card offer rewards up to 10 participants with a chance to win back their money up to a maximum of €500 each. Cardholders automatically enter this competition when paying with their HSBC credit cards. The competition period covers 1st January to 28th February.

All new customers joining HSBC’s Advance proposition can benefit from €50 cashback, making it a valuable offer for those opening an account. the bank said.

HSBC Advance includes a Visa Platinum card at no charge, free travel insurance and a number of other benefits such as preferential rates and fees. The bank said that HSBC Advance is free of charge for all eligible customers.

Customers interested in learning more about these offers and seeking further information can visit hsbc.com.mt/start, call 2380 2000, or visit their nearest branch.

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    1 Response

    1. Ray says:

      How about HSBC just allow anyone to open a basic current account as required by EU law?
      Without putting every possible obstacle in the way of non Maltese EU citizens to open an account!
      That would be news!

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