Danske Bank switch offer

With previous Danske switch bonuses dishing out up to £200 cash, this is one to keep your eye on

Before switch deals were a thing, and before the bank had upgraded to a catchier name, Den Danske Landmandsbank was born in 1871. It rebranded to Danske Bank in 2000 and arrived in the UK four years later, operating as Northern Bank. You may have read about the bank in the newspapers for a reason they’d rather forget, having received a $2 billion fine following a money laundering scandal in Estonia.

Despite this, Danske bank is still going strong, with plenty of potential customers interested in signing up. If you’re one of them, and you’d like a Danske switch bonus, you can find out about their offers below.

Is Danske currently running a switching offer?

There is no Danske Bank switch deal which is currently live. But when they have run switch deals before, some of them have been pretty juicy.

What switching offers have been available in the past?

We mentioned that Danske Bank previously operated as Northern Bank, which gives them a strong presence in Northern Ireland. This Danske Bank switch bonus was exclusive to Northern Ireland and offered a meaty £200 bonus for switching.

To qualify, you had to be a new customer and open one of three accounts. You then had 60 days to make a full switch using the Current Account Switching Service (CASS) and pay in at least £1,000.

When might the bank launch a new switching offer?

Danske Bank could open up a new bank switching offer at any time. The best way to stay informed is by signing up to our newsletter. We’ll let you know when a new Danske Bank switch offer goes live.

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