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Halifax Reward Saver (Savings Account)
A savings account exclusively for our qualifying current account customers that rewards them with a great interest rate of 2.50% gross/AER variable.
Location: UK
Account Name: Reward Saver
1. Easy access to your cash
2. A higher rate if you make no more than 4 withdrawals during the 12 months
3. Cash card available
4. Minimum opening deposit of £1
1. Exclusive to qualifying current account customers
2. Only one Reward account allowed per person
There’s no bonus available on this account.

Interest AER: 2%Interest Gross: 2%
Interest Paid: DailyMinimum Income: £0
Overdraft Rate: N/A
Banking Charges: Ask on application
Service Charges: £0
Account Access: Online, Branch, Tel
Withdrawal Access: Online

Free Banking: YesDebit Card: No
Cheque Guarantee Card: NoStanding Orders: No
Direct Debits: NoOverdraft Facility: No
Account Manager: No

Must be over the age of 18 years old
Cash card available
Introductions and Offers:
If you pay at least £1,000 per calendar month into your Halifax current account or hold a Halifax Ultimate Reward Current Account you are eligible for this exclusive product
Terms and Conditions:
Current accounts are available subject to status to customers aged 18 or over who are resident in the UK.

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