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santander offers top variable rate

santander offers top variable rate

Category: Savings

Updated: 02/09/2010
First Published: 02/09/2010

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Santander is offering its existing customers the chance to benefit from the best variable bond rate on the market.

The Loyalty Tracker Bond (Issue 2) is a variable rate fixed term branch and telephone operated account, maturing 1 October 2011 with a minimum investment of £10K paying 3.25% yearly. No earlier access or further additions are permitted.

The rate is guaranteed to be 2.75% above Base Rate until maturity. It is only available to existing mortgage, investment and current account customers (must deposit at least £1K per month) or new current account customers who deposit at least £1K per month and have at least two direct debits or standing orders set up.

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