Get a free share worth £15

Open a stocks and shares ISA by 30th Sep 2020 and get a free share worth £15

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Great! Now open an ISA in your Freetrade app, and fund by at least £100 by 30th Sep 2020.

You’ll get your free share in the next 14 days once your ISA is open and funded.

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How does this promotion work?

Step 1:

Sign up for the offer by entering your email address above.

Step 2:

Open your ISA and fund with minimum £100, or send us your ISA transfer request form by 30th September 2020.

Step 3:

We’ll award your £15 free share in the next 14 days once your ISA is open and funded.

Find out more about our stocks and shares ISA

Frequently asked questions

What do I need to do to get the £15 free share?

To open a Stocks and Shares ISA:
– Sign up for the offer by entering your email at the top of this page.
– Open a Stocks and Shares ISA and fund with minimum £100 by 30th September 2020.
– Add your payment method to pay for your monthly ISA subscription.
– Keep your ISA open and funded until 6th of April 2021.

To transfer an existing stocks and shares ISA:
– Sign up for the offer by entering your email at the top of this page.
– Submit the
ISA transfer request form to Freetrade by 30th September 2020.
– Don’t worry if your transfer isn’t completed by this date, you just need to start the process by emailing us your request form.
– Make sure your transferred amount consisting of cash and/or investments should be worth at least £100.
– Add your payment method to pay for your monthly ISA subscription.
– Once the transfer is complete, keep your ISA open and funded until 6th of April 2021.

When does this campaign end?

30th September 2020, at 23:59.

Is there a minimum amount I need to deposit into my ISA?

You must fund your account with at least £100 or if transferring your stocks and shares ISA from a different provider your transferred amount consisting of cash and/or investments is worth at least £100.

What free share will I get?

Your free share will be worth at least £15 at the time of awarding. This could be Dropbox or Burberry (as of 17th September 2020)!
Make sure to complete your W-8BEN form to be eligible for a US stock. If you haven't completed your W-8BEN form, you will only be eligible to receive a UK share.

Your free share will land in your General Investment Account (GIA).

When will I get my free share?

We will award your free share in the next 14 days once your ISA is open, you have added a payment method for your ISA and funded your account.

Your free share will land in your General Investment Account (GIA).

Why does the free share have to go into my General Investment Account?

For tax reasons, we’re not able to place free shares into ISAs. If you want to transfer your free share over to your ISA account, you can sell the share and drop us a message to transfer the cash from your GIA to your ISA account.

What happens if I close my Freetrade ISA before the tax year ends?

You will forfeit your free share, or the amount equal to the value of the free share at the time of awarding.

I already have an ISA elsewhere, can I transfer it?

Yes, absolutely! You can transfer your ISA using this form. There are no fees from us for doing so, though your provider may charge you exit fees.

Have questions? Email us at [email protected] or reach out via in-app chat.

Terms and Conditions

1. Free share is only gifted when you open an ISA, add your payment card details for the monthly ISA subscription charge and fund your account with at least £100 and have entered your email at the top of the page to sign up for the offer.

2. The free share will be worth at least £15 per share (at the time of our award).

3. If you sell the free share, you cannot withdraw the cash proceeds for 30 days from the date it was awarded.

4. If you close your ISA or withdraw all of your funds before 6th of April 2021 you will forfeit your free share, or the amount equal to the value of the free share at the time of awarding, which will be deducted from your account.

5. You must open your ISA, add your payment card details for the monthly ISA subscription charge and fund your account by 30th September 2020.

6. Employees and contractors of Freetrade are not eligible for this offer.

7. The offer is only available if you are eligible and accepted as a Freetrade customer. This applies to UK tax residents only, and unfortunately excludes US nationals or dual US nationals who reside in the UK. We reserve the right to refuse to onboard an applicant customer.

8. Neither receiving a stock through this promotion nor any mentions of particular securities in our communications as part of this promotion represents a recommendation to buy, sell, or hold any particular security.

9. To be granted a free share you must fund your account with at least £100 and complete your W-8BEN form. If you haven't completed your W-8BEN form, we reserve the right to allocate you a UK share.

10. Receiving a free share may have tax implications for the recipient; Freetrade does not take any responsibility for tax related to this stock award.

11. It’s in our full discretion to withdraw, remove or vary the free share offer at any time for any customer.

12. The free shares will be worth £15 or more per share at the time of our award.

13. Freetrade does not provide investment advice and individual investors should make their own decisions or seek independent advice.

14. You agree to receive marketing and product communications from us. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Taxes

The entire value of the share when sold may be subject to capital gains tax. You can check the value of each share when issued and/or sold on your portfolio screen.

Tax depends on your personal circumstances and if you are unsure about any tax implications, seek advice from a tax professional.

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