Say hello to HSBC Everyday Extras, a new way to reward customers

Ever heard of a bank account that gives you money back when you spend? 

HSBC has launched Everyday Extras, which allows customers with an Everyday Global Account to earn cashback on purchases for making regular deposits. 

Customers who deposit $2,000 or more each month into their HSBC Everyday Global Account will receive 2% cashback on purchases under $100 that they make using payWave, Apple Pay or Google Pay. Keep in mind though, this is capped at $50 cashback each month. 

“We want to encourage more people to use HSBC as their primary bank, so we are building on our award-winning account with a new ongoing rewards program called Everyday Extras,” HSBC Australia’s Head of Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Jessica Power said. 

“Australians love rewards, but most rewards programs rely on offering the chance to earn points, which can be complicated or time-consuming to redeem. We wanted to offer customers a more immediate benefit.”

Not enough? You could also score a $100 bonus when you open an Everyday Global Account before 31 March 2020 and deposit AU$2,000 or more per month for three straight months within 6 months of opening the account.

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And the HSBC Everyday Global Account isn’t just any old bank account. 

This innovative account allows customers to hold up to ten currencies at the same time, including AUD, USD, EUR, NZD and more. 

Linked with a Visa card, HSBC customers can use tap and go via payWave and even Apple Pay or Google Pay both at home and overseas.  

Keep scrolling and get yourself better acquainted with the HSBC Everyday Global Account. 

What’s better than cashback on tap and go purchases? Cashback on tap and go purchases and bonus interest! 

It’s particularly good news for customers that have a HSBC Serious Saver Account. They’ll receive a bonus ongoing variable interest rate of 0.40% when they make $2,000 worth of deposits into a connected Everyday Global Account every month. 

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