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Yorkshire offers season ticket with mortgage deal

Yorkshire is offering Huddersfield Town fans a mortgage deal that comes with free season ticket and signed shirt.

From Saturday, November 26, supporters who are either looking to move home or just move their mortgage can take home next years season ticket and a Terriers shirt, signed by their favourite player. The offer is open to anyone completing on a mortgage up to April 16 2006.

The Terriers mortgage offers a three year deal at Bank of England base rate plus 0.59% (current rate 5.09%), there are no arrangement fees and a cashback equal to 0.6% of the total loan will be paid on completion to help with legal costs. In addition, accident, sickness and unemployment cover is provided free for the first six months.

David Heshon, mortgage product manager at Yorkshire, says: “Our affinity partnership with Huddersfield Town gives us a great opportunity to look at special deals for the fans. The Terriers mortgage offers supporters a great mortgage and will also help to strengthen the relationship we have with the club.


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