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A £70 M&S E-Gift Card could be yours
Take out Life insurance or Mortgage Life insurance through us and we'll give you a £70 M&S E-Gift Card as a thank you.
Life insurance is brought to you by Nationwide and provided by Legal and General. Terms and Conditions apply. You will receive your E-Gift Card after 3 premiums have been paid, or after 3 months if you have paid annually.
Life’s better when we share
Recommend your Nationwide current account to a friend, and we’ll give you £100 each once they’ve switched their current account to us.
Offer available on FlexAccount, FlexDirect and FlexPlus only. Switch must be completed within 90 days of recommendation and a minimum of two Direct Debits must be transferred. Conditions apply. You must be 18+ to open an eligible Nationwide current account.
The UK's only student current account from a building society.
You must be 18+, UK resident of 3 years+, accepted on a 2 year+ full-time UCAS course and within 2 months either side of your start date.
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