Post Office Savings Accounts

Post Office Savings Accounts

Looking for a great online saving account that pays high rates of interest? Then take a look at Post Office Savings Accounts. Open an account now!

Post Office Savings Accounts offer savers high rates of interest on their Instant Saver Account it’s a simple and easy way to save money.

Post Office Savings Accounts

Great rates on offer

Post Office Key Facts

  • Instant Saver Account
  • High rates of interest
  • Online access or use one of their branches
  • 6 free withdrawals per year
  • Apply for a Post Office Savings Account now!

The Post Office offer many savings and investments for the average saver to enjoy choose from accounts like; Instant Saver, Cash ISA, Fixed Rate Cash ISA, Guaranteed Capital Bond, Child Trust Fund, NS&I Premium Bonds, NS&I savings accounts and NS&I children's savings.

So if you need a short term savings account or a longer term investment then the Post Office have got a great range of products for you to choose from to help grow your money.

Post Office Savings Accounts contact details:
Address: Post Office, Freepost, PO BOX 740, Brampton, Barnsley S73 0UF
Phone Number: 08457 22 33 44

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