It's your Mortgage Day!
KBC responds to demand by extending great deals on award winning current account.
KBC Bank Ireland has extended a number of competitive current account offers into 2015. The extended offers coincide with KBC’s Big January Sale, which focuses on the savings customers can make through the Bank’s award winning current account and other products.
Amongst the current account deals to be extended is a bonus rate of 1% on top of KBC’s Regular Saver rate and a 2% discount on new personal loans. In addition, any KBC current account customer can avail of a 0.2% discount KBC’s competitive residential mortgage rates for new business– this discount could be worth over €20,000 over the life of the mortgage First Time Buyers, Movers and Switchers can also avail of 50% off KBC Home Insurance in year one, available on a new residential mortgage.
KBC’s innovative current account includes features such as free debit card purchases in store, free cashback, free direct debits and standing orders, free contactless transactions and free online and mobile banking transactions.
Discussing the extended offers, Dara Deering, Executive Director and Head of Retail Banking, KBC Bank Ireland, said: “We have extended a number of competitive discounts and offers as part of our Big January Sale, making KBC’s current account one of the most attractive offers in the market today. New current account customers can now benefit from special offers across their savings, personal loans and residential mortgage needs. As we enter 2015, KBC is committed to developing innovative new product features and offers for customers looking for great value banking all year.
“I would encourage anyone who feels they are paying too much for their current account to talk us about their banking needs and see why thousands of others have already made the move to KBC.”
For more information on KBC’s current account products and offers and to apply over the phone call 1800 51 52 53 or visit kbc.ie.
*Based on the average KBC mortgage of €320K over 25 years. Based on comparison against >80% market rate of 4.5% variable.