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Notice Savings Accounts

Notice Savings Accounts allow you to obtain a higher interest rate without having to lock your money away for a fixed term. You just need to let us know in advance when you want to withdraw your money.

Your savings are secure with us
Your eligible deposits are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit protection scheme.

Notice Savings Accounts

  Minimum to open Annual Interest Rate Bonus Withdrawal Conditions Account Access  
WeBSave 60 Day Notice ISA (Issue 2) £1 5.10% AER
5.10% Tax-Free i

Interest Tier Bonus Annual Monthly
AER Tax-Free AER Tax-Free
£1 - £1,000,000 5.10% 5.10% 5.10% 4.98%

Interest is variable and paid annually or monthly. Interest can be added to the account or paid into another account. Annual interest is calculated to 5 April and paid on 6 April each year. Monthly interest is paid on the first working day of the following month.

No If you want to make a withdrawal (including transfers or account closure) you will need to give us 60 days notice or you can withdraw earlier at a charge equivalent to 60 days loss of interest. WeBSave 60 Day Notice ISA (Issue 2)

Notice Savings Account FAQ's

A notice savings account is a type of savings account which has no fixed term but requires you to let us know in advance each time you want to make a withdrawal. They're perfect if you're saving towards a future goal where you can plan ahead nearer to the time of purchase, like buying a home or paying for a wedding.

The notice period will differ depending on the account you have chosen. For example, if you have chosen a 60 day notice account that is not an ISA, you won't be able to withdraw your funds without letting us know 60 days in advance. You cannot make an immediate withdrawal outside of the notice period.

The notice period starts on the day that you give us the instruction that you would like to make a withdrawal or close the account. You can only have one notice period active at any time. If you want to apply another notice period, you will need to wait until the current notice period has ended.

If a Notice Savings Account isn't for you, we do have other options.

Easy Access Savings

If you want quick access to your savings without giving notice.

Easy access savings

Fixed Rate Savings

If you're happy to lock your funds away without immediate access.

Fixed rate savings

All Savings Accounts

Explore what other types of savings accounts we offer.

All savings accounts

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