Cookie Notice

Cookies on this website

This Cookie notice provides you with information about the cookies we use on HSBC Offers sites and the purposes for which we use them.

You can manage your cookie preferences at any time:

What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of data that websites store on your browser when you visit them. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise your visit and collect information about how you use that website.

The cookies we use

The cookies we use are either strictly necessary or optional. In this notice, "we" and “our” means HSBC and The Marketing Lounge Partnership Ltd (MLP) which operates this website.

Strictly necessary cookies
Strictly necessary cookies ensure that our website is able to function properly. We don't have to ask for your consent to store these cookies on your browser. We've listed the categories of these strictly necessary cookies below.

Cookies that help you log on
We use these cookies to remember who you are when you log on to secure areas of our website. You won't be able to log on without them.

Cookies that help us provide core services and features
We use these cookies to provide core services and features on our website. These services and features won't work without them.

We work with service providers and third parties who also set these cookies on this website.

Who else sets these cookies? For what purpose?
Google Tag Manager To allow us to control the deployment of tags (software that enhances our website) and also to enable the capture and respect of consent preferences obtained from our users.

Cookies that help keep our website secure
We use these cookies to protect the security of our website, for example, to make sure the website is only accessed by genuine users. This helps us to keep you safe.

Who else sets these cookies? For what purpose?
Google (Recaptcha) To validate that the interaction with our site is being performed by a human rather than an automated system or 'bot' for security purposes.

Cookies that help us detect fraud or crime
We use these cookies to help us identify suspicious behaviour on our website so we can protect both you and us from fraud.

Optional cookies
We'd also like to use cookies to improve our website which are described in more detail below.

We understand that not everyone likes data to be collected about them when it's not strictly necessary, and so we'll ask you to set your preferences when you first visit our website.

You can choose whether you'd be happy for us to use optional cookies in your cookie settings and make changes at any time by selecting 'Manage cookie settings' at the top of this page.

Cookies that help us improve our website
We use these cookies to help us understand how people use our website. We can then use this data to improve how our website works. For instance, we may use analytics providers to identify and count visits to our website and to see which pages people go to and what they do there.

We work with service providers and third parties who also set these cookies on this website.

Who else sets these cookies? For what purpose?
Google Analytics To enable us to understand how you use and engage with our website.

Your preferences are stored in cookies stored on your browser. If you switch off a category of cookies that you've previously accepted, then for technical reasons those cookies will not be deleted.

To delete cookies from your browser, we recommend that you clear your browser data. If you do this, or change browser, we'll ask for your preferences again when you next visit our website.

Cookie duration and your browser settings

The length of time for which cookies are stored on your browser varies depending on the cookie. Some cookies only last for your online session, whereas others will stay on your browser for a reasonable time afterwards. Unless we’ve given a specific time in the list of cookies above, the cookies set via our website will usually last between 13 and 24 months from your most recent visit to our site.

Some of our partners in the list above also use the same cookies to collect information about the use of their own or other websites. In these cases, the cookie can remain on your device, usually for up to 24 months from your last visit to the site that accessed that cookie.

You can use your browser settings to delete cookies that have already been set at any time. You can also use your browser settings to manage cookies, for example, to switch off a cookie altogether. If you do this, it could mean that we can't use strictly necessary cookies properly and so parts of our website may not work correctly. For more information about how to use your browser settings to clear your browser data or to manage cookies, check your browser 'Help' function.

Our websites

We're changing the way we set cookies on the websites we manage. This means that some of our websites may ask you to accept cookies again, or they may not yet be able to fully respect your preferences. We're working on this. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Cookies and your privacy

The information cookies collect, and how we use that information, may count as personal data. We may also be able to identify you by name, IP address or session ID. You have rights regarding how we collect, store and use your personal data.

You can learn more about how we use your personal data in our Privacy notice(Link opens in a new tab).