Why is the £300-a-week offer so tempting?

From £300 to £1,300 a month, a new premium cashback offer could make a big difference for many people.

It could also make some people feel even more secure in paying their bills and avoiding a credit crunch.

The offer, which starts from Friday, is based on the value of your monthly credit card, with a maximum of £3,000 available.

You’ll also get a 10% bonus on top of the first £3 in the first month.

There are other perks too.

You can earn 1,000 points for every £100 spent on your bank account, 1,500 points for £200 spent online, 1.5 points for any £100 you spend online, and 1 point for every 1,200 points you spend on mobile phones.

But it doesn’t end there.

If you use a debit card or card for online purchases, the bonus will be doubled.

It also gives you 1,300 points for each £100 spend on all your other credit cards.

So if you spend £1 on a £20 bill, you’ll earn 1.2 points for the £20, which will add up to 5.6 points on top.

You might be tempted to buy a few other items on the same credit card if you’re a bit more frugal, but if you use your debit card for your shopping, you can buy anything with your points.

So you’ll be able to buy £20 worth of clothes for the same price as a credit card offer.

The best thing is that it’s a good deal for anyone, not just the big spenders.

If your card earns 5% interest every month, then it will be worth it to spend a little more on a new laptop, new shoes or a brand new home.

That could save you up to £3 a month.

But if you only use your card to buy essentials, like a washing machine or a washing powder, it could get you out of paying £100 for a new phone.

There’s a downside to the offer, too.

For £300 a week, it’s not cheap to pay your bills, but it’s still £3 per day if you don’t use your bonus.

But for £300, it can be quite a good return on investment.

It’s an incentive to do the right thing if you want to keep your savings safe.

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