How do I join the benefits scheme?
NBS Rewards is part of being a Newbury Building Society member. To register and start saving as a member you will need to have a Newbury Building Society savings account with a balance of £100 or more, or be a current mortgage customer.
By applying for NBS Rewards you are agreeing to accept updates regarding the scheme to the email address you provide here.
How much does it cost?
It's free as part of being a Newbury Building Society member.
Can I access NBS Rewards if I'm not online?
If you prefer to speak to somebody on the telephone, simply call 0333 003 3417 and the NBS Rewards team can advise you of the deals available to you by telephone.
How much can I save?
How much you save depends on use, but regularly accessing the benefits and savings could significantly offset the cost of your Newbury Building Society membership subscription. Why not use our savings calculator above and see just how much you could potentially save.
Who provides the benefit scheme, NBS Rewards?
NBS Rewards is managed on behalf of Newbury Building Society by Parliament Hill Ltd of Britannia House, 21 Station Street, Brighton BN1 4DE who are authorised and regulated by Financial Conduct Authority in respect of non-investment insurance mediation under register number 308448. You can check this out by visiting www.fca.org.uk. Neither Parliament Hill Ltd nor Newbury Building Society are part of the same group as a provider.
How do I redeem the offers?
Each offer has its own redemption process. Each offer will have the redemption process outlined on the offer’s page within NBS Rewards. Please note, for any offers that require you to enter an ID from your organisation at registration, this will be the discount code highlighted on that offers web page.
What is a price promise?
- Free Price Promise - This stamp means that you will get the service for free.
- National Price Promise - This stamp means that you should be getting the best possible price / deal in the UK, for this product or service, subject to any limitation that may apply to where that product or service is offered.
- Provider Price Promise - This stamp means that you should be getting the best possible price / deal that this company makes available.