Virgin Money savings accounts

Virgin Money offers a range of financial products which includes investments, credit cards, loans, insurance and mortgages.

Under its savings banner, Virgin Money offers a range of options such as ISAs, fixed rate bonds, regular deposit savings and easy access accounts and its customers will benefit from the same interest rate regardless of how they choose to open a savings account – online, in-store, by phone or post. However, it’s important to compare any Virgin Money deals with the wider savings market before investing.

 

Compare Virgin Money savings accounts - Ordered by interest rate (AER)

    • Provider/Product name Virgin Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA Issue 90

      Virgin Money

      Virgin Fixed Rate Cash E-ISA Issue 90

    • Interest rate (AER) 2.25% Fixed
    • Min/Max opening amount £1 to £ no limit
    • Notice / Term Term: until 24.10.17
    • Account type Fixed Rate Cash ISA Transfer In
    • Access Internet Post Telephone In Branch
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    Market leading

    Market leading online 3 year fixed rate ISA

    Great for
    Deposit from as little as just £1 to open the account
    Great discounts on Virgin products such as holidays, train tickets, BCP airport parking and many more
    But be aware that
    Withdrawals are allowed subject to the loss of 120 days’ interest
    • Provider/Product name Fixed Rate E-Bond Issue 100

      Virgin Money

      Fixed Rate E-Bond Issue 100

    • Interest rate (AER) 2.25% Fixed
    • Min/Max opening amount £1 to £1,000,000
    • Notice / Term Term: until 20.10.17
    • Account type Fixed Rate Bond
    • Access Internet Post Telephone In Branch
    • Sorry, we have no link

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    Great for
    Deposit from as little as just £1 to open the account
    Great discounts on Virgin products such as holidays, train tickets, BCP airport parking and many more
    But be aware that
    Withdrawals are not permitted within the fixed term

Virgin Savings Guide

Deciding where to slot away your cash can be tricky, with a wide range of savings products to pick from. You could choose an easy access savings account, with unlimited withdrawals if you think you might need short-term access to your cash. However, check the terms and conditions as many of these accounts come with a bonus for a certain period.

Another option is a fixed-rate savings account, although make sure you’re happy to tie up your savings for a specific period with one of these. Rates are typically fixed for one, two, three or more years.

If you haven’t yet set aside savings this tax year, your first port of call should be an ISA account, offering tax-free interest on any sum held up to your annual allowance.

But whatever account you pick, make sure it suits your needs, and that you understand the terms and conditions attached.

The first £85,000 of any savings held with Virgin is protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). However, remember that this protection applies per bank, not banking institution. So if you also have savings with Northern Rock, still only the first £85,000 in total will be covered.

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