Uno Home Loans launches partnership with Virgin’s Velocity Frequent Flyer

Uno Home Loans has begun a new partnership with Virgin Australia’s loyalty program, Velocity Frequent Flyer, awarding new, eligible customers with a 1,000 Velocity Points when they sign up before June 30.

The announcement:

uno Home Loans, Australia’s first Active Home Loan manager, has today announced its new partnership with Velocity Frequent Flyer, the award-winning loyalty program of Virgin Australia.

The partnership kicks off with an offer enabling new eligible uno Home Loans customers to earn 1,000 Velocity Points when they sign up and subscribe to loanScore™, part of uno’s Active Home Loan Management service by 30 June 2020. loanScore is uno’s unique tool that will monitor your home loan health and alert you to potential savings.

Anthony Justice, uno Home Loans CEO, said the partnership is a natural extension of uno’s promise to ensure its customers are always getting the best deals – not just on their home loan.

“As Australia’s first Active Home Loan Manager, our purpose at uno is to help our customers start on a great rate and stay on a great rate the whole time they have a loan. We do the hard work to find savings so our customers can spend more time and money on things that are important to them.”

“This partnership with Velocity means our eligible new customers are getting an even better deal – 1,000 Velocity Points to put towards flights or any of the products on the Velocity Rewards Store and all for just two minutes of their time spent checking the health of their home loan and subscribing,” Mr Justice said.

“It is the first of many exciting offers that will launch throughout the year,” Justice continued.

New loanScore subscribers can use the Velocity Points towards flights or a range of products from Velocity partners including fashion accessories, homewares, sporting goods or food and drink.

Eligible new uno customers simply have to input their current home loan details, enter a valid Velocity number, receive their loanScore, a score out of 100 and subscribe. loanScore illustrates how a loan compares against the deals of 30 lenders on uno’s panel. Customers will be shown how much they could save over three years if they switched to a better deal, and will continue to receive monthly updates on the health of their mortgage.

Source: Haystac media release


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