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M&S Bank launches 6% savings rate

M&S Bank launches 6% savings rate

Category: Savings

Updated: 01/10/2012
First Published: 01/10/2012

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M&S Bank has launched its Monthly Saver account available to customers with an M&S Premium Current Account.

The basics…

Fixed for twelve months, this regular savings account pays a monthly rate of 6.00% to savers committed to making regular monthly investments between £25 and £250.

The finer details….

Twelve deposits must be paid per year. Early access to funds is permitted, although this is subject to account closure and a rate reduction of 4.65% for the term.

Savers must be aged 18 and over to operate this account.

The Premium Current Account requires a monthly fee of £15.

Why we like it…

This latest savings account from M&S Bank pays a highly competitive rate to customers who take out or have an existing Premium Current Account. Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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