Martin Lewis shares his top tip on how to get hundreds of cashback on your bills

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Martin Lewis is the Money Saving Expert who will appear on TV to gives tips on how to save money.  Speaking on Good Morning Britain, he explained how Britons could get a free £150 from their bank. On the show, the Money Saving Expert told viewers how to get two per cent cash back on all bills. He also shared a top tip for how drivers could get 5p off per litre of fuel this month.

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It’s paying switchers to most of its accounts £150 when opening an account.

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The expert explained how banks are getting more competitive and Britons could benefit from improving deals.

He said: “The bank account market is getting more competitive as five banks now pay you to switch. The choice is a mix of upfront cash, rewards, and great apps.

“The news this week is that NatWest has re-entered the free cash bonus switch war, and has launched the largest upfront cash bonus currently available.

“It’s paying switchers to most of its accounts £150 when opening an account and requesting a switch by 11.59pm on Friday 6 December.”

As well the bonus for signing up, Martin explained the reward scheme the bank have put in place.

He explained savers can pay a small sum of money which will give them money back on their bills each month. 

Martin Lewis: Expert on Good Morning BritainMartin Lewis: The expert appeared on Good Morning Britain to share his top deals this week (Image: ITV/GETTY)

“The stand out pick of NatWest/RBS’s accounts is the Reward

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