The Revolut Business Banking offer from November was really popular, here, and therefore I’m bringing you the updated offer which they’ve told me about for December 2019… it’s a bit less money, but that’s maybe a good thing if you just wanted to slot in £10…
Sounds like a free tenner? Is it? Yes. It is. Some work involved, though. No such thing as a free tenner 😉
All you have to do to qualify for this offer is USE MY LINK, open a new Revolut Business account, deposit £10, and wait – your account will be credited with additional balance.
Please note, though, that you’ll need to complete identity checks and etc in order to open a new business bank account.
Details are below. REMEMBER you must use my link.
In the video below, I’ve broken things down in a little more detail.
What’s the catch?
Well, the first thing to be aware of is that, in order to get the free £10 you must do the following things:
How it Works
- Click my link to visit Revolut; and
- Open a new Business Account; and
- Insert £10 into your new acccount, using one of their payment methods (a bank transfer from another account, or via a debit cart or another accepted method).
- You must do this before the end of December 2019!
Once you have done the above, they’ll credit your account with an additional£10 no questions asked*.
*Well, actually, yes questions asked. There are several questions you’ll need to answer to setup a new Business account with Revolut, including identity checks and etc. You may not be successful in opening a new business account, but if you are, and you top-up £10 you will be given an additional £10.
Therefore, this offer makes the most sense if you think you’d benefit from a Revolut account for your business anyway (i.e. not just for the free £10).
This is my Revolut Business Referral Code
NOTE – one of the main “catches” here is I will be credited a referral fee for sending you to Revolut. This will be a small commission for introducing you as a new customer. It’s a commission, and it’s why Revolut tells me about their offers… but I have, until now, not regularly posted offers.
I’m aware that many of my colleagues will be interested in bagging £10 for the sake of signing up an account and loading some money in!
In case you missed it, below is a button with the link in:
Do I need a Promo Code?
No. Just use the link / button above, and follow the steps.
What are the benefits of a Revolut business account?
I use Revolut personally and my business also uses their fee-paying banking services. Here’s the main benefits I find on the business account, in order that I like them:
- Fee-free currency transactions – we regularly deal in GBP, USD, EUR and AUD as a business. Transferring between currencies can be slow and expensive with “traditional” banks. With Revolut these are instant and also they go through without any commission or changed exchange rates.
- Virtual cards – this one was a surprise benefit to me, but it’s proved very much worthwhile. You can get many virtual cards through Revolut. These you can use to spend money in online stores – perhaps if you don’t trust a new software vendor, or you’re subscribing to something you may like to cancel in future. You can set per-card spend limits to limit your exposure to this card number getting hacked or cracked. Secure and sensible, this is amazing. I also use these to test checkouts when working on real money stores in UK, USA, Australia and Canada (remember the currency thing!!).
- Real cards – for all your team, allow you to monitor expenses and instantly see what’s going where.
- Connect all payments to Slack – we’re developers, right, so we like to get a Slack notification after someone buys a round of drinks at a tech conference, and know exactly how much additional work we’ll need to do to recoup 🙂
- Connect to your accounts package – at our business, we use FreeAgent for accounting (another hot tip see here) and this means we can live feed all our transactions – in all currencies – directly in, saving much time in double-entry accounts. Automatic for the people! I believe there are also options for QuickBooks and Xero – but I can’t swear that they work (leave a comment, below).
There are other, additional, benefits, but the above are my favourite things about this “Challenger Bank” which really mark it out as a cut above the traditional banking competition. The service is available in a lot of the world – Europe, UK and Australia for sure. USA… not so sure, so check, because last time I checked it was “planned” (leave a comment, below, if you know this!).
Anyway, for now, hit the button below, sign up, as above, and please do leave a comment, below, if this worked – or didn’t work – for you, and I will be sure to complain loudly on your behalf if it did not 🙂