MARTIN Lewis has revealed the brilliant way you can get £550 cash and a free Disney+ subscription before Christmas.
The 51-year-old revealed the practical tip on his Money Show Live on Tuesday and amazed viewers.
The money saving expert said you could earn free money in time for Christmas by securing the safest bank transfer deals.
In general, the switch usually takes seven business days and the old account is closed, says Martin.
Martin says a move to Lloyds Bank could set you back £175.
The money guzzler has found that the Lloyds deal pays off quickest, three working days after completing your switch.
That means you can get it until November 29th, which is more than enough time to spend before the holiday season.
And the offer becomes even more attractive as you can use Disney+ for free for 12 months or choose other perks such as an annual magazine subscription.
But players will have to hurry as the deal ends at midnight tonight.
Viewers should note that the minimum deposit after switching to the Lloyds Bank account is £2,000 per month.
You could then switch to Nationwide Bank again and pocket £200.
By opening a linked regular 8 percent saver you can withdraw the money until December 4th.
To make things even better, there is no minimum deposit.
Martin also vouched for First Direct, where you could score £175 free by switching to a 7 per cent savings account.
You only need to deposit £1,000 once and could receive the money by December 22, says the savings expert.
You would need to combine all bonuses to be in with a chance of winning £550.
However, you may not be able to claim all the bonuses and the time may be close to Christmas to get everything. It is therefore worth asking the bank and reading the fine print.
If you’re not in a rush, you could make some money by switching to a new Barclays bank account by Jan. 5, Martin said.
You can get £175 just after the New Year, but there are some conditions you need to meet.
The minimum deposit amount is £800 per month, but you must join a Blue Rewards program, have two active direct debits and participate in digital banking.
Martin had previously informed homeowners on his show about the incredible hack, which could also cut car insurance in half.
The money expert urged homeowners to get quotes about three weeks before your renewal is due, as this could cut the cost of your insurance in half.
Martin advised his clients to get quotes about 21 days before their renewal is due.
He then displayed a chart that depicted the average car insurance quotes over a period of days leading up to the renewal date.
Martin further explained that someone who pays £700 if they take out their insurance on renewal day will pay £1,200 if they get a quote elsewhere.