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M&S Money launches 3.00% ISA

M&S Money launches 3.00% ISA

Category: Savings

Updated: 10/02/2012
First Published: 10/02/2012

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Marks & Spencer Money has made a play for ISA customers with the launch of a new straight forward account which pays a cracking rate.

The Advantage Cash ISA pays 3.00% yearly on a minimum investment of £100 or £25 a month by direct debit.

At 3.00%, this is a top five variable ISA and is the best rate for those who are looking for a straight forward product without a bonus.

Unlike many of the top rates around, transfers in are permitted so it should appeal to those looking to move funds from one provider to another as last year's deals come to an end.

M&S cardholders also get the benefit of 1000 M&S points when making their first deposit before 30 April 2012.

Four out of five Moneyfacts stars have been awarded.

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