Would anyone like €15? (1 Viewer)

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I know I would.

Use my referral code to sign up to N26 and spend €30 €15 on your shiny new transparent card and they'll give both of us €30 €15.

That's it. That's the deal.


edit: they've dropped it to €15. Still free money though.
 
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apparently stamp duty is 12c per ATM withdrawal capped at a max of €5 a year on debit cards like n26

i don't use mine for ATM withdrawals, so 🤷‍♂️
 

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Did i neglect to mention the free money part?

FREE MONEY

 

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How does the app compare with revolut?
i don't use revolut, but the n26 app is grand - push notifications when money is received or spent, you can lock down spending and withdrawal limits and overseas use and all that jazz. Also has a normal website which revolut doesn't have (as far as i know)

it's a bank account. with a debit card. and FREE MONEY.
 

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I guess FREE MONEY just isn't as attractive as it used to be.
I am currently totting up all the fees I have paid AIB in the last year and figuring out the pros and cons of closing the account, and using Pete's internet one instead

AIB are, at their heart, a bunch of cunts with no heart
 

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I found this comparison on the internet


Seems to maybe slightly favour N26, but depends on your individual needs I suppose
It amazingly doesnt answer the question...

revolut has a feature where you can make loads of little savings vaults and either A: send regular amounts to them, or B: send spare change to them, which rounds up when you use the card.

Anyone know if n26 have this?
 

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