Step 1: Open an ISA between the 28th of February and 5th April 2022.
Step 2: Deposit or transfer at least £1,000 into your ISA within 14 days of opening it. Transfers must complete by the 17th of May 2022 to qualify for a free share.
Step 3: We’ll drop the free share into your General Investment Account (GIA) within 90 days of you qualifying.
⚠️ Eligibility to invest into an ISA and the value of tax savings depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change.
The free share should be worth at least £50 at the time of awarding.
We will award the free share within 90 days. This is dependent on you keeping your ISA open and your subscription fees paid during the 90-day period.
Due to rules around the ISA annual allowance, your free share will be awarded to your General Investment Account (GIA).
If you close or withdraw from your Freetrade ISA within one year of receiving a free share under this offer, the free share you received will be forfeited.
If you have sold the free share before closing the ISA, you will have to repay to Freetrade the value of the free share at the time of awarding.
We can’t offer swaps unfortunately, but you’re free to sell your share.
Bear in mind that if you receive a free share under this offer, and then close your ISA within one year of opening it, you will have to repay to Freetrade the value of the free share at the time of awarding.
Have questions? Email us at email@example.com.
Validity of offer from (and including): 28 February 2022 to 5 April 2022 (“Validity Period”)
Last updated: 28 February 2022
Please note that eligibility to invest into an individual savings account and the value of tax savings depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change.
Eligibility to invest into an ISA and the value of tax savings depends on personal circumstances and all tax rules may change.
Before making your decision to transfer an ISA to Freetrade, please read our page on transferring, which explains the options available and gives you the important information you need to know
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. Tax rules for ISAs can change and their benefits depend on your circumstances.