OneFamily Junior ISA offers & cashback

£30 cashback

OneFamily Junior ISA offers & cashback

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Online cashback rates

£30 cashback

for an approved and opened Junior ISA

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What will stop me earning cashback?

  • Cashback is only available to new customers.
  • Cashback will only be paid if your investment is for more then 3 months.
  • Cashback will only be paid for purchases made from within the United Kingdom.
  • Cashback will only be paid to members who have BACS as their registered Quidco payment method.
  • Cashback will only be paid for a maximum of one purchase per Quidco account.
  • Please also see the retailer's standard terms and conditions for purchase as listed on their site.
  • Cashback will not be paid in conjunction with any other offer, voucher or discount code unless listed on this page, or with any other discounts such as staff or student discounts
  • Cashback may not be paid on VAT, delivery, card payment fees, taxes or any other additional charges

Good to know

  • This programme is being monitored. Quidco members transacting fraudulently with this retailer will have their membership terminated immediately and may have their details passed to the authorities for further investigation
  • In the event of any queries about your cashback please contact Quidco Customer Support as the retailer will be unable to deal with this type of query

More about OneFamily Junior ISA

The OneFamily Junior ISA helps you to invest for your child’s future.

 

It could help towards going to uni, driving lessons or perhaps helping to pay for a flat of their own. 

You choose how much you want to pay in, and when. From £10 to £344 a month up to £4,128 in the 2017/2018 tax year.

It’s designed to be a long term children’s investment. You invest for your child’s future, and only the child can take the money out and only once they’re 18. Because our Junior ISA invests in stocks and shares, the Junior ISAs value can fall as well as rise, so your child could get back less than has been paid in.