Interest Paying Current Accounts

Interest Paying Current Accounts

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0.00%None
  • £100 cashback for switched accounts
  • Authorised overdraft fee up to £3 per day
  • £5 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.

5.00%None
  • Low funding requirement of £500 per month
  • Credit interest payable on balances up to £2K 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 19.94% EAR Variable. Up to £25.00 Overdraft fee of £0.00 Per Month. Over £25.00 Overdraft fee of £6.00 Per Month.

5.00%None
  • 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.

3.00%None
  • 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.

3.00%£10.00 pm
  • Existing customers who refer a friend both receive £100 when switching completed
  • Authorised overdraft fee based
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Up to £100.00 Overdraft fee of £0.00 Per Day. Over £100.00 Overdraft fee of £0.50 Per Day.

2.00%None
  • 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.

2.00%£17.00 pm
  • Tiered rates of credit interest up to £5,000
  • £6 pm fee for agreed overdrafts over £300
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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. Representative Example: Based on an overdraft limit of £500. Up to £300.00 charged at 0.00% EAR Variable. Over £300.00 charged at 19.89% EAR Variable. Up to £300.00 Overdraft fee of £0.00 Per Month. Over £300.00 Overdraft fee of £6.00 Per Month.

1.50%£5.00 pm
  • Interest paid on credit balances up to £20K
  • Overdraft usage fee £1 per day with no cap
  • Switch Service Guarantee member
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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.

0.25%None
  • Credit interest payable up to £2,000
  • Cannot open via internet
  • 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.

0.25%None
  • Credit interest payable up to £2,000
  • Cannot open via internet
  • 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.
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Last Updated: Friday 9 December 2016 00:41

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High Interest Bank Accounts

Some bank accounts offer a high rate of interest, but this may only be available on high balances. The account may also require a certain amount of money to be paid in each month to obtain the higher rate.

Most high interest 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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