Terms and conditions.

    To qualify for the £50 part of the switching offer you must use the ‘Current Account Switch Service’ and meet the following conditions:

    • Switch into an open new or existing Reward Current Account, Ultimate Reward Current Account (£17 monthly maintaining the account fee), or an existing Current Account (no longer on sale).
    • Transfer your payment arrangements from your old bank account to us and close the old account.
    • Start your switch by the 25th of June 2019.

    To qualify for the additional payment of £85 in the first 6 calendar months from your switch date you must:

    • Have successfully met all requirements above and been paid the £50 switching offer.
    • Fund your switched account with at least £1,500 each calendar month.
    • Use your switched account’s debit card to pay for something (either contactless, chip and pin or online)
    • Register for paper-free correspondence and statements.

    You are not eligible for the offer if:

    • You are switching to a Basic Account, Expresscash Account or a Student Current Account;
    • You have previously received any other offer or benefits for switching to a Halifax bank account at any point since January 2012;
    • You are a Bank of Scotland bank account customer switching to Halifax;
    • The bank you are switching from does not participate in the Current Account Switch Service. To find out if your bank participates, visit the Payments Council website www.currentaccountswitch.co.uk
    1. Only one offer is available per customer. Joint accounts will only be eligible for one of each payment (£50 & £85). If any joint account customer has already benefited from a switch offer in their sole name, no payment will be made for that joint account.
    2. If you qualify, the £50 will be paid directly into your account by the time your switch has completed, the £85 will be paid 6 months after your switch has completed. Both payments will appear as a cash credit.
    3. The offer is not available to employees of Lloyds Banking Group, or if the employee is named on any bank account held in joint names.