Advent Calendar Day 13: Win a Curve Black + Tumi Wallet

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Today’s Advent Calendar prize is the perfect fit for frequent travellers –  a Curve Black Card. The winner will also receive a stylish Tumi wallet to keep their Curve Black in too!

There are so many benefits to Curve that we needed to write a separate article to tell you about them all – but in a nutshell, Curve allows you to simplify your finances and have access to all your cards at any time, while only ever having to carry one card (your Curve!) with you.

Curve is useful at home, but the benefits it offers when travelling are what makes it truly compelling.

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Entering couldn’t really be easier – all you need to do is click on the Advent Calendar window to enter the daily draw, and then enter your email address.

Free £5 for everyone who signs up to Curve – Merry Christmas!!!

Use the code INFLY when you sign up and you will receive £5.00 on your Curve card after your first transaction. Yes, even on the free version of the card!

Good luck – and Merry Christmas!

The rules

Every day a winner is randomly drawn from all registrations and they will be notified via e-mail. In the event that the winner does not respond to this announcement within 7 days, the prize will not be awarded to them and will be assigned to a new winner. You can participate once a day.

By participating in the InsideFlyer Advent calendar you agree to receive a fortnightly newsletter email from InsideFlyer, but you can of course unsubscribe from that at any time.

InsideFlyer and our partners will do our utmost to ensure that prizes are received correctly, but cannot assume responsibility for errors by third parties (eg. delivery).

Prizes which may require delivery can only be sent to addresses within the UK.


  1. Bob says

    Just remember to always use protection, as advised by Curve themselves. By taking your main credit and/or debit card with you. Which sort of defeats the purpose of Curve… It is like 2000 all over again with the cash these alleged fintechs are getting.

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