BMW Financial Services and Money by MINI are launching new personal finance product ranges. The new products include BMW and MINI eSaver savings account, with a Car Saver bonus that gives the option to earn 7% interest for up to 12 months when savings of up to £3,000 are redeemed against the purchase of a BMW or MINI - a quick and straightforward way to save towards a vehicle.
The BMW and MINI expanded product ranges also include home insurance, a guaranteed performance bond, 50:50 bond and co-branded credit cards: BMW Card from American Express and the MINI Card by American Express.
In addition, all products enable customers to participate in the BMW or Money by MINI Rewards programme. This is a scheme which gives customers the chance to win exclusive BMW and MINI prizes on top of the benefits that they already get from the products. Depending on how much they spend or save with BMW Financial Services or Money by MINI, customers will be given entries into a free monthly prize draw. Prizes from BMW include an opportunity to drive the new BMW 3 Series Coupé back from the European press launch, a VIP trip to the Italian Grand Prix and a VIP trip to the BMW plant in Leipzig. MINI prizes include a luxury visit to Los Angeles and a trip to the world-famous Ice Hotel in Lapland.
Keith Dye, Chief Executive Officer, BMW Financial Services (GB) Limited said:
“BMW and MINI customers rightly expect and deserve high levels of service and we aim to deliver this both through our cars and now through BMW Personal Finance and Money by MINI. We have a range of competitive financial products available - from a high interest Car Saver bonus, to BMW and MINI American Express credit cards. Moreover, our rewards scheme offers motoring enthusiasts the chance to win some unique and exciting prizes.”
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