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    • laura84gr
    • By laura84gr 19th Apr 17, 5:23 AM
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    • 19th Apr 17, 5:23 AM
    Current Account Switching 19th Apr 17 at 5:23 AM
    Hi just looking for some advice please.

    I currently have 2 BOS vantage current accounts, one Nationwide (with regular saver) and one HSBC (with regular saver). My plan was to open my 3rd BOS in two months time. I now think I would like to open a 1st direct account to get the regular saver and the switching bonus.....would it be possible to do this with the 3rd BOS account?

    How long does a current account need to be open for you to get switching bonus?
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    • chockydavid1983
    • By chockydavid1983 19th Apr 17, 12:22 PM
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    • 19th Apr 17, 12:22 PM
    I did a similar thing last year, albeit with different accounts. I imagine BOS -> FD will be fine as they're different institutions. There is no minimum amount of time you need to hold the account for- I did it as soon as I had the new bank's details.
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