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Overdraft pricing changes

See future costs for using an arranged overdraft

Arranged overdraft costs

We’re making some changes to the way we charge for arranged overdrafts. From 22 March 2020, we’re going to start charging interest instead of daily fees for using an overdraft, so it’s easier for you to compare the cost of using overdrafts from different providers.

You can use this calculator to see how much interest you’d pay on an arranged overdraft over a period of up to 31 days, after the changes come into effect on 22 March 2020. 

Overdraft calculator
(for charges from 22 March 2020)

Daily fees - overdraft balance

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Breakdown of Charges

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Unarranged borrowing

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We don’t offer unarranged overdrafts and will always try to return any transaction that could take your account into an unarranged overdraft. On very rare occasions where we can’t return a payment, and the account enters an unarranged overdraft as a result, we won’t charge additional fees.

Current overdraft costs

Find out about the current cost of using a Barclays Overdraft.