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Free, No Fee Bank Accounts

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0.00%
Fee: £1.00 Per Day
0.00%
  • £125 cashback for switched accounts until 13.11.17.
  • Arranged overdraft fee up to £3 per day
  • £3 reward when £750 per month paid in and 2 different Direct Debit mandates held, account must be in credit at the end of each day
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £1.00 per day.

0.00%
Fee: £0.50 Per Day
5.00%
  • Existing customers who refer a friend both receive £100 when switching completed
  • At least £1,000 must be paid in each month
  • Access to Simply Rewards an exclusive website offering discounts and deals
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Up to £10.00 overdraft: fee of £0.00 per day. Over £10.00 overdraft: fee of £0.50 per day.

18.90%
Fee: £0.00
3.00%
  • Credit interest paid and Clubcard points awarded on card purchases
  • Internet applications only
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 18.90% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £0.00 per month.

19.84%
Fee: £6.00 Per Month
3.00%
  • £5 paid if 2 DDs held, further £5 if 20 debit card transactions made in a month
  • Credit interest payable on balances up to £1.5K when account is registered for online banking, paperless statements & correspondence
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500. Up to £25.00 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Over £25.00 charged at 19.84% EAR Variable. Up to £25.00 overdraft: fee of £0.00 per month. Over £25.00 overdraft: fee of £6.00 per month.

19.89%
Fee: £6.00 Per Month
2.00%
  • Commission free travel money
  • High overdraft interest rate
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500. Up to £25.00 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Over £25.00 charged at 19.89% EAR Variable. Up to £25.00 overdraft: fee of £0.00 per month. Over £25.00 overdraft: fee of £6.00 per month.

12.50%
Fee: £6.00 Per Month
0.25%
  • Credit interest payable up to £2,000
  • Fees charged for arranged overdraft usage.
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 12.50% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £6.00 per month.

14.60%
Fee: £0.00
0.00%
  • No funding requirement. No overdraft fees
  • No credit interest and no account benefits
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 14.60% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £0.00 per month.

15.90%
Fee: £0.00
0.00%
  • Low arranged overdraft interest rate
  • No interest paid on credit balances
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500. Up to £100.00 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Over £100.00 charged at 15.90% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £0.00 per month.

18.90%
Fee: £0.00
0.00%
  • Cashback on operating account
  • No interest free overdraft buffer
  • Monthly funding of £800 required
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 18.90% EAR Variable. Overdraft fee of £0.00 per month.

19.89%
Fee: £6.00 Per Month
0.00%
  • No minimum funding required
  • High rate of interest on overdrafts
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 19.89% EAR Variable. Up to £10.00 overdraft: fee of £0.00 per month. Over £10.00 overdraft: fee of £6.00 per month.
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Free Bank Accounts

Some bank accounts will charge a monthly or annual fee. Free bank accounts do not carry these charges but may pay a lower rate of interest as a result. You don't have to pay to have an account, but you will still be liable for overdraft and other charges set out in the account's terms.

Most free bank accounts can be accessed in a number of ways, such as through a bank branch, via online banking or telephone banking.

 
 
 
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