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Product focus: Regular savings accounts

Product focus: Regular savings accounts

Category: Savings

Updated: 13/07/2010
First Published: 17/06/2010

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A number of high street banks like to reward customer loyalty by offering better rates to existing customers.

Savers looking to put aside a regular amount each month may find that there existing current account provider will offer them preferential rates.

HSBC – Preferential Regular Saver

New and existing customers of HSBC, who hold or open a Premier, Advance, Passport or Graduate account are being offered a market leading rate of 8.00%. Savers can invest between £25 and £250 into the account during the one year term. Access during the term is available on closure and the Flexible Saver rate will become payable.

first direct – Regular Saver

Customer with a first direct 1st account can open a regular saver account paying 5.00%. Savers can invest between £25 and £300 per month into the account. Contributions can be amended during the term, but must not exceed the maximum monthly limit. Access during the one year term is available on closure only, with the standard savings account rate becoming payable.

Norwich & Peterborough Building Society – Gold Savings

Gold Current account customers, who regularly fund their current account with £1,000 per month are being offered a rate of 5.00% on the Gold Savings account from Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. Savers can invest between £25 and £250 per month into the account. The account has a one year term and access is available on closure only.

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