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Everyday Saver

Current interest rates



Rates effective from:

Balance

Gross rate pa%

Net rate pa%

AER%

21 May 2015 – present

£1 - £24,999

0.25

0.20

0.25

 

£25,000 - £49,999

0.40

0.32

0.40

 

£50,000 - £99,999

0.50

0.40

0.50

 

£100,000 +

0.60

0.48

0.60

Rates effective from:

21 May 2015 – present

Balance

£1 - £24,999

Gross rate pa%

0.25

Net rate pa%

0.20

AER%

0.25

Rates effective from:

 

Balance

£25,000 - £49,999

Gross rate pa%

0.40

Net rate pa%

0.32

AER%

0.40

Rates effective from:

 

Balance

£50,000 - £99,999

Gross rate pa%

0.50

Net rate pa%

0.40

AER%

0.50

Rates effective from:

 

Balance

£100,000 +

Gross rate pa%

0.60

Net rate pa%

0.48

AER%

0.60

If you opened your account between 2 July 2013 and 20 May 2015, a bonus rate of 0.21% gross pa applies to your account (not shown in the table above). The bonus applies for 12 months from the date you opened your account, after which time the rates reduce accordingly.

Interest is variable and paid on the first working day of each month.

We may withdraw the availability of Everyday Saver at any time without notice.

Previous interest rates

Introductory bonuses

Depending on when you opened the account you may have benefited from an introductory bonus. The introductory bonus would have been payable for a year, after which the rate on your account would have reduced accordingly. Details of all introductory bonuses that have been paid on this account are set out below.

 


Account opened

Bonus rate (gross pa %).

2 July 2013 - 20 May 2015

0.21

7 December 2012 - 1 July 2013

0.50

7 March 2011 - 6 December 2012

0.55

Account opened

2 July 2013 - 20 May 2015

Bonus rate (gross pa %).

0.21

Account opened

7 December 2012 - 1 July 2013

Bonus rate (gross pa %).

0.50

Account opened

7 March 2011 - 6 December 2012

Bonus rate (gross pa %).

0.55

Core rates

The core rates payable on this account, excluding any introductory bonus that may have applied, are set out below.



Rates effective from

Balance

Gross pa%

Net pa%

AER%

20 November 2013 - 20 May 2015

£1 - £9,999

0.10

0.08

0.10

 

£10,000 - £24,999

0.25

0.20

0.25

 

£25,000 - £49,999

0.39

0.31

0.39

 

£50,000 - £99,999

0.49

0.39

0.49

 

£100,000 +

0.59

0.47

0.59

7 March 2011 - 19 November 2013

£1 - £9,999

0.10

0.08

0.10

 

£10,000 - £24,999

0.25

0.20

0.25

 

£25,000 - £49,999

0.59

0.47

0.59

 

£50,000 - £99,999

0.69

0.55

0.69

 

£100,000 +

0.79

0.63

0.79

Rates effective from

20 November 2013 - 20 May 2015

Balance

£1 - £9,999

Gross pa%

0.10

Net pa%

0.08

AER%

0.10

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£10,000 - £24,999

Gross pa%

0.25

Net pa%

0.20

AER%

0.25

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£25,000 - £49,999

Gross pa%

0.39

Net pa%

0.31

AER%

0.39

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£50,000 - £99,999

Gross pa%

0.49

Net pa%

0.39

AER%

0.49

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£100,000 +

Gross pa%

0.59

Net pa%

0.47

AER%

0.59

Rates effective from

7 March 2011 - 19 November 2013

Balance

£1 - £9,999

Gross pa%

0.10

Net pa%

0.08

AER%

0.10

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£10,000 - £24,999

Gross pa%

0.25

Net pa%

0.20

AER%

0.25

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£25,000 - £49,999

Gross pa%

0.59

Net pa%

0.47

AER%

0.59

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£50,000 - £99,999

Gross pa%

0.69

Net pa%

0.55

AER%

0.69

Rates effective from

 

Balance

£100,000 +

Gross pa%

0.79

Net pa%

0.63

AER%

0.79



Mortgage offset:

Yes. Remember, if you offset your savings account against your mortgage, you won't earn any interest on your account.

Interest rate:

Rates are variable. Interest is paid monthly on the first working day of the month.

Gross:

‘Gross’ is the rate payable without tax taken off. If you’re eligible to receive savings interest without tax taken off, please provide us with the HMRC form (R85). For more information and the R85 eligibility visit HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) .

Net:

‘Net’ is the rate payable after we take off basic rate tax.

AER:

Annual Equivalent Rate. This illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.

Read full terms and conditions 610 KB

These additional terms and conditions supplement and amend the general conditions of your Customer Agreement with us (Barclays Bank PLC).

Read important information about our interest rates, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and your cancellation rights.