UBank gets interactive about savings

UBank gets interactive about savings
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UBank, a subsiduary of the National Australia Bank (NAB), has launched a new competition through Triple M and Facebook asking people “What would U do for $1,932?”

The 10 winners will be given $1,932 each for the best and most creative response, and will be entered into a vote to be filmed.

The Triple M ‘Grill team’ in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne will be announcing a winner each day for two weeks.

Some of the most creative entries so far have been:

  • Collect kids from school in a mankini
  • Swim in a pool of custard
  • Singing in a room full of people in a bikini
  • Face a deadly spider head on
  • Spending the day at the beach with the UBank logo painted all over body

UBank GM Alex Twigg said: “Most Australians don’t realise they can save $1,932 a year just by refinancing their home loan to UBank.

“UBank offers one of the most competitive rates in the market – 5.12% p.a. which includes a 0.25% discount for the life of the variable rate loan.

“Being an online bank we don’t have the costs of traditional banks and can pass on the savings to customers.”

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