Earn 2% AER variable on balances up to £5,000 with Vantage

What is Vantage?

Vantage is our free add-on for current accounts that pays you 2% AER (1.98% gross) variable on balances up to £5,000. Interest is paid monthly. Bear in mind that you won’t earn interest on any part of your balance over £5,000.

If you have a Classic, Silver, Platinum, Gold or Premier Account, you can add Vantage to it.

Qualifying for Vantage?

It’s straightforward; simply:

  • pay at least £1,000 into your account each calendar month, and
  • stay in credit (above £0) during the monthly billing period, and
  • pay at least two different Direct Debits from your account each calendar month.

If in any month you don’t meet these criteria, you won’t earn any interest but you won’t be charged for having Vantage.


Interest Paid Monthly
AER %Gross p.a. %
£1 - £5,000 2.00 1.98

I want a new current account with Vantage

Apply for a Classic Account and add Vantage during your application.

We should be able to give you a decision within 10 minutes.

I already have an account to add Vantage

If you are registered for Internet Banking, just log on and click on the ‘Upgrade’ button next to the account you would like to add it to.

If you are not registered, you can register for Internet Banking.

We also offer a range of accounts to suit different needs. Compare all our bank accounts

Alternatively, you can phone us or visit us in branch.

More information about Vantage

Classic Account with Vantage Conditions (PDF)

Added Value Current Account Vantage Conditions (PDF)

You need to be aged 18 years or over.

For each month that you meet the Vantage conditions, interest is calculated daily on the balance of your account at the relevant Vantage interest rate from the second working day of that month. The interest is paid into your account at the end of the first working day of the next month. Rates are correct as of 11 June 2017.

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