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Sainsbury’s Bank unveils cool new savings rate

Sainsbury’s Bank unveils cool new savings rate

Category: Savings

Updated: 04/09/2012
First Published: 04/09/2012

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Sainsbury's Bank has launched a highly competitive variable rate of 2.90% to savers with deposits of £5,000 or more.

The basics…

This new account pays a top rate of 2.90% upon its anniversary and includes an introductory bonus of 1.40% for twelve months. Investments range between £5,000 and £100,000.

The finer details….

Available to savers aged 18 and over, this account can be operated online only. Funds can be accessed without advance notice or penalty.

Why we like it…

This attractive internet account pays a market-leading rate to savers wishing to conduct their account online. This product has been awarded four out of five Moneyfacts stars.

Compare easy access savings accounts

- that inlcude an introductory bonus as part of the rate
- that don't include an introductory bonus

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