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Michelle Monck

Michelle Monck

Consumer Finance Expert
Published: 04/10/2019

Coventry Building Society has launched an easy access savings account called the Triple Access Saver, which pays 1.46% yearly and sits at the top of the easy access charts. The building society increased the rate on its the Limited Access ISA last week, with this account offering the same rate and taking the same top spot in the easy access ISA chart. 

This new account includes a fixed bonus until 31 March 2021 and can be opened from £1. Savers looking for this top account can open it online, in branch, by post or by phone.

The account only allows three withdrawals per year, if savers need access to their money more than this then they incur a 50-day loss of interest penalty. For income-seekers, there is also a version of the account that pays interest monthly at a slightly reduced rate.

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