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Post Office banking

Banking in convenient locations

Did you know you can do your Barclays banking essentials at the Post Office?

How does it work?

If you have a personal or business account with us, you can do much of your day-to-day banking at a Post Office.

Check your balance, withdraw cash and pay money into your account

First, the staff at the counter will ask you to confirm it’s your account by putting your card into the reader and entering your PIN.

Cash you deposit using your card will clear the same working day.

You can also pay money into your account using a pre-printed paying-in slip. You just need to hand the cash and the completed slip to the Post Office staff. The money can take up to two working days to reach your account1.

If you don’t have a debit card and PIN, we can arrange for you to withdraw up to £100 a day at specific Post Offices. Call us2 on 0800 169 3091 or visit a branch to find out more about this service.

Whatever you do, you’ll get a full receipt.

Many Post Offices also have cash machines, so you can withdraw money and check your balance there. If there are any charges, it’ll say so on screen.

Cheques

To pay in cheques, you’ll need a pre-printed paying-in slip and a cheque-deposit envelope. Fill in all of the details and hand it to the Post Office staff. Cheques deposited this way will take two days to reach your account.

You’ll find pre-printed paying-in slips at the back of your cheque book. You can order them and the envelopes by calling us2 on 0800 169 3091 or by speaking to us in branch.

Find your nearest Post Office

Use the Post Office branch finder to find your most convenient one.

Help and tools

Find a Barclays branch

Find your nearest branch by entering your address, town or postcode.

Barclays Mobile Banking app

Manage your money where and when it suits you

Check your balance, send money and earn rewards on your mobile phone with the Barclays Mobile Banking app3.

Telephone Banking

Bank when you want to

Use your phone for an automated 24/7 service or speak to an adviser – calls charged at the local rate.