Zing Free £20 Referral Link

You can claim a free £20 just for signing up and then depositing and spending £5 with a new money app called Zing.

Zing has been launched by HSBC Bank so you know its legit, and there’s no need to be a HSBC customer.

 

Sign up ends at the end of May, and could be pulled sooner, so take advantage of the free £20 now while the offer lasts.

Here’s how to claim your free £20:

  1. Sign up to Zing via this referral link
  2. Verify your I.D
  3. Top up account with £5
  4. Spend £5 via card details in app, or Apple Wallet or Google Pay
  5. Receive free £20 in 30 days.

Once your account is verified you can top up and spend the £5 immediately. Card details are in the app so you can use them to make a quick purchase without waiting for card through the post.

You can also add the card to your Apple or Google Pay wallets and spend when you next need to make a payment.

I just immediately buy an Amazon gift voucher so its done and I don’t forget.

Earn Extra (up to £400)

There’s also the opportunity to earn extra by inviting some of your friends and earning up to £20 for each successful referral, up to 20.

Remember the offer ends May 31st so sign up and get sharing your invite referral link as soon as possible.

What is Zing?

Zing is not a bank account its an Electronic Money Institution (EMI).

The money app allows you to hold money in over 20 different currencies and spend in over 200 countries worldwide.

It also offers a wide range of reward deals and chances to win exclusive prize draw packages.

Does Zing do a Credit Check?

Zing does not require a credit check.  Although they will carry out other checks in order to confirm your identity.

You can find out more about Zing from within the app and also from the official web site here (not a referral link)

 

Be sure to look our other latest free money offers.

 

 

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