Everyday Rewards is a scheme that rewards our customers for doing Everyday Banking each month. You can opt in at no extra cost.
We are making some changes to Everyday Rewards from 1st July 2021. You’ll be able to be rewarded up to £2.20 each month (£1 for qualifying plus an additional 2p for each debit card transaction, up to the maximum of £1.20). Please read our Everyday Rewards benefits and summary of changes 1st July 2021 document.
All other accounts, for example Cashminder, smile, Pathfinder and Student Accounts are not eligible.
You can choose to have your Rewards paid into your nominated current account each month.
Or if you prefer, you can choose not to be paid the Rewards and we can make a donation to one of our five chosen charities of £2 plus any Debit Card Rewards. Simply choose from one of our chosen charities below.Find out more about the charities and how to donate here
Your Everyday Rewards are paid into your nominated account on or before the last working day of the month after you have earned them, providing that you have met the qualifying criteria. It will show as EverydayReward Net for the Account Rewards and EverydayReward CB for the Debit Card Rewards on your statement. We'll also send a message, to the email address you registered with us, to let you know when a payment has been made.
There are important changes to our Everyday Rewards benefits from 1st July 2021. Please read our Everyday Rewards benefits and summary of changes 1st July 2021 document.
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The Co-operative Bank reserves the right to decline any application.
Whether we can offer you credit depends on your circumstances and our lending policy. We may decline your application based on your circumstances or our lending policy. We may be able to offer a product that's different to the one advertised.
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