How much money can I withdraw over the counter in a branch?

There’s no limit to how much money you can take out over the counter in our branches – as long as you’ve got the money in your account.

If you want to withdraw over £2,000, please give us 24 hours’ notice so we can make sure the money’s ready for you to collect.

For smaller amounts, it might be easier to take the money out from our cash machines using your debit or cash card.

Daily cash withdrawal limits

The amount you can withdraw depends on

  • The type of account you have
  • How much you have in your account
  • Whether you have an arranged overdraft.

You can change the withdrawal limit for some debit cards in the Barclays app.

These are the limits we set automatically

  • Personal current accounts (including Cash Card accounts) – up to £300 a day, but you can set your daily limit from £0 to £500
  • Premier – up to £1,000 a day, but you can set your daily limit from £0 to £2,000
  • Business – up to £750 a day (you can’t change this)
  • Cash card (youth) – up to £50 a day, but you can set your daily limit from £0 to £50.

You can withdraw cash from our cash machines (and others with the Visa or Plus logo) using your debit card.

If you have a cash card, you’ll need to use a Barclays cash machine.

Some cash machines might charge a fee or have a withdrawal limit. If you want to take out a large amount, you might need to make more than one transaction to get the amount you need – this includes at Post Office counters and shop checkouts. You can take out the whole amount in one go at the self-service machines or counter in our branches.