Don’t miss £150 payment | £175 for switching | Is your 50p worth £130?

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This time tomorrow the next energy price cap will be confirmed, and we’ll send you a special newsletter stuffed full of everything you need to know and our updated calculators so you can see exactly what it all means for your bills. But for today, some good news – from coins worth £130, an incredible £175 switching bonus and help if you’re one of 3 million households missing out on a £150 payment – make some money before what will be a tough news day on Friday.
 
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Gatehouse Bank/ Raisin UK* | 2.95% + £30 cashback for some | Minimum deposit £1,000, maximum deposit £85,000

This account can only be opened and managed online via a Raisin UK account. The 2.95% rate means you earn £295 on a £10,000 deposit after one year. Note that this is a Sharia compliant account which means you earn a fixed predicted profit rate rather than an interest rate.

This is the best returning one year fixed account right now if you have between £10,000 and £85,000 to save and claim the cashback offer. New Raisin customers can claim £30 cashback if you’re saving more than £10,000. Here’s how to get it

  • You need to be new to Raisin, then open the Gatehouse Bank one-year account* and deposit at least £10,000.
  • Then email ‘[email protected]’ from the email you used to register, with ‘Raisin UK Bonus’ as the subject and your full name in the email.
  • The £30 cashback is then paid within 14 days of Raisin receiving your email.
  • *Full T&Cs here

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BILL-BUSTING

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