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All rates are subject to change without notice, please check with the bank or building society before investing. With fixed term notice savings accounts you can’t usually withdraw your money until the notice term has ended. Penalties may apply.
Eligible deposits are protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme ‘FSCS’ up to a maximum level of £85,000 per person per registered institution.
NatWest Bank Digital Regular SaverYou must hold a current account with NatWest Bank
Royal Bank of Scotland Digital Regular SaverYou must hold a current account with Royal Bank of Scotland
Cambridge Building Society Loyalty Regular SaverYou must be a member of the Society who has held a savings or mortgage account with The Cambridge for the last 12 months
M&S Bank Monthly SaverCurrent account customers who have switched using the Current Account Switch Service and have two active Direct Debits
HSBC Regular SaverTo open this account you must have one of the following current accounts: HSBC Premier, HSBC Advance, Bank Account, Bank Account Pay Monthly, HSBC Student Bank Account or Graduate Bank Account which you must maintain for the 12 month duration
First Direct Regular SaverCustomers must hold a First Direct 1st Account
West Brom Building Society Adults’ Fixed Rate Regular Saver
Regular Saver Accounts are an excellent choice for savers who wish to commit to regular monthly saving and can often offer very attractive rates of interest in the short term.
Accounts are available to suit all types of savers and the minimum regular amount needed to open most Regular Saver accounts is generally low.
Savers should be aware though that Regular Savings accounts and their comparatively high rates of interest, often come with tight restrictions especially with regard to the length of time an account has to be held and the maximum monthly amount which can be saved.
In common with many Instant Access accounts, Regular Saver accounts often offer an attractive initial rate of interest, which falls have a set period of time. Savers should therefore pay particular attention to these introductory rates and remember to shop around for a more competitive deal when they come to an end.