Catch Up with KBC

Meet with one of our friendly team today and get a fresh take on your financial future!

Bookings can be made for any of our Hubs: Dublin: College Green, Baggot Street, Grand Canal, Dundrum, Stillorgan, Swords, Blanchardstown. Kildare: Maynooth, Naas. Cork: Lapp’s Quay, Wilton. Galway, Greystones, Kilkenny, Limerick and Waterford.

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Our Pension teams are available in Blanchardstown, Maynooth and Cork Wilton.

Find out about our Just Eat Incentive below.

Appointments can be made with one of our advisors on Current Accounts, Teen Accounts, Credit Cards, Savings & Deposits, Investment Funds, Mortgages, Life Insurance and Personal Loans. You can also choose to arrange a call back if you want to discuss Mortgages, Personal Loans or Credit Cards over the phone.

Have A Just Eat Take Away On Us


When you book and attend a new mortgage appointment in a KBC Hub between 8th – 15th Feb.

Important Information

Just Eat - Terms and Conditions

KBC Just Eat Voucher Promotion Terms and Conditions

  1. To be eligible to receive a Just Eat Voucher, you must book and attend an initial mortgage  consultation with a member of KBC staff in one of our Hubs or over the phone between 8th and 15th  February 2020.
  2. The promotion is one Just Eat voucher to the value of €20 for every initial mortgage consultation  booked and attended during the promotional period.
  3. The promotion is valid while stocks last.
  4. Bookings can be made at ( or by phone or by contacting your hub directly, between Monday to Saturday, during Hub opening hours.
  5. Appointments for this promotion can be made up to, and including, Saturday 15th February 2020.
  6. Promotion is for all KBC Hubs.
  7. No cash alternative is available.
  8. Additional mortgage meetings/calls during the promotion period will not allow for an additional Just Each voucher.
  9. KBC  reserves the right to amend, modify, cancel, withdraw or change the promotion and/or terms and conditions at any time, for any reason, without notice.
  10. We accept no responsibility for entrants taking part in the promotion and we bear no responsibility for any liabilities that happen in relation to this promotion, this includes any direct/indirect loss or for any loss or damage that happens as a result of taking part.
  11. We may not be held liable for any breakdowns, accidents, faults or technical complications in relation to this promotion. We do not accept any responsibility for technical problems with, computers, phones, or networks or any damage to the entrants or any other person’s computer, other equipment or software resulting from participation in the promotion.
  12. By entering this promotion you are agreeing to fully accept these terms and conditions.
  13. Just Eat Voucher Terms & Conditions apply:
  14. KBC reserves the right to verify the validity of entrants, and to disqualify any entrant who does not act in accordance with the Terms and Conditions of this promotion.
  15.  KBC is excluded from liability for any loss, damage, death  or injury which might occur whilst availing of the promotion or any other person with whom the voucher is shared.
  16. Vouchers will be subject to an expiration date which will be stated on the voucher. The expiration will not be extended in any circumstances and it is the entrant’s responsibility to check this. Neither KBC or Just Eat will engage in any further communication in relation to this.
  17. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Ireland and any disputes arising hereunder shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish Courts.
  18. The promoter of this competition is KBC Bank Ireland plc, registered in Ireland. Registered No. 40537. Registered office in Sandwith Street, Dublin 2.
  19. Any queries or complaints in connection with the competition should be addressed to KBC Bank Ireland, Sandwith Street, Dublin or call 1800939244.
  20. KBC Bank Ireland plc is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.