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Last chance to grab 3.1% Nationwide ISA

Last chance to grab 3.1% Nationwide ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 30/06/2011
First Published: 30/06/2011

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Savers have just hours to grab one of the best ISA products on the market.

Nationwide's e-ISA currently offers savers a great rate of 3.10% on their money, but the offer is being withdrawn shortly.

From tomorrow, the account will have its rate cut to 1.75%.

This account is one of the market leaders and was awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

But from tomorrow, it will be replaced by a new Online ISA, which will offer a rate of 2.75% - but only on balances of at least £1,000.

Anything less and the rate falls to a not-so-attractive 0.25%.

Anybody tempted to grab a last minute ISA special should know that you must already be a Nationwide customer.

If you do miss out on this cracking account, don't worry, the Best Buy tables lists a huge range of great savings products, including the best in the cash ISA field.

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