club lloyds- how to login for "lifestyle benefits"

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Budgeting & Bank Accounts
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Budgeting & Bank Accounts
hi

OH upgraded her old lloyds account to new club lloyds one and now wants to choose one of the "lifestyle benefits". how to do this? logging in to lloyds bank website has a button to "manage" these benefits which takes to another website?

https://www.clublloyds.com/

how do we get login for this website? OH is abroad at the moment so a bit tricky to speak to someone on phone and so wants to do it on internet.

ta

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  • Ed-1Ed-1 Forumite
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    xyz123 wrote: »
    hi

    OH upgraded her old lloyds account to new club lloyds one and now wants to choose one of the "lifestyle benefits". how to do this? logging in to lloyds bank website has a button to "manage" these benefits which takes to another website?

    https://www.clublloyds.com/

    how do we get login for this website? OH is abroad at the moment so a bit tricky to speak to someone on phone and so wants to do it on internet.

    ta

    The username is the sort code followed by the account number. The password will be sent to you by email.
  • Just bear this in mind Lloyds offer an account (new club account) that claims to pay interest, when it does not.
    The reason is if you have the full amount in credit to get the maximum interest the fees will always exceed the interest.
    Miss selling in my opinion as the charge is waived (£5) under certain conditions but the fee is not (£12.95). the max interest that can be generated is £12.92
    Please make this public it is a disgrace
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    Just bear this in mind Lloyds offer an account (new club account) that claims to pay interest, when it does not.
    The reason is if you have the full amount in credit to get the maximum interest the fees will always exceed the interest.
    Miss selling in my opinion as the charge is waived (£5) under certain conditions but the fee is not (£12.95). the max interest that can be generated is £12.92
    Please make this public it is a disgrace

    £5 is the only fee for the Club Lloyds account. There are other fees on top for others such as Club Lloyds Silver account which come with other benefits.
  • 12.95 per month for the benefits, good value????
    Funny it is always more than you can earn is the point. Why not offer free benefits and no interest. Oh that's what they did before. What's new!!!!!!
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    12.95 per month for the benefits, good value????
    Funny it is always more than you can earn is the point. Why not offer free benefits and no interest. Oh that's what they did before. What's new!!!!!!

    If you're paying £12.95 then you have a gold account.
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    Debt free by Xmas 2014: £3555.67/£4805.67 (73.99%)
    Debt free by Xmas 2015: £1250/£1250 (100.00%)
  • sulphatesulphate Forumite
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    Just bear this in mind Lloyds offer an account (new club account) that claims to pay interest, when it does not.
    The reason is if you have the full amount in credit to get the maximum interest the fees will always exceed the interest.
    Miss selling in my opinion as the charge is waived (£5) under certain conditions but the fee is not (£12.95). the max interest that can be generated is £12.92
    Please make this public it is a disgrace

    If you are talking about the Club Lloyds current account, the £5 monthly fee is waived if you pay £1500 in to your account per month. There are no other fees.

    I still have to use up my 6 free cinema tickets! :beer:

    The silver added value account commands a fee of £9 and the platinum charges a fee of £17, where has the figure of £12.95 come from?
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