Higher interest for your savings, if you don't need instant access

With our 30 Day Notice Account, you can get a higher interest rate on your savings if you give us thirty days notice before you make any withdrawals

It's a great choice if you want to be able to dip into your savings, but you don't need instant access to your money. Just let us know thirty days before you want to take money out of your account and you can withdraw as much as you want, without losing out on any interest, provided the balance remains above £1000.

The 30 Day Notice Account could be ideal if you've a lump sum to put away for a rainy day that you might want to add to later. Or, if you want to set cash aside for regular payments, such as car insurance, tax bills, your mortgage or rent, or other household expenses, it provides a safe home for your money until you need it.

With a little forward planning, it couldn't be easier to give your savings a welcome boost.

5 reasons to choose our 30 Day Notice Account

Get a higher interest rate- to help your money grow faster
Easy access to your savings- withdrawals are free of charge with 30 days notice
Save at your own pace- you can start with £1,000 and add to it when you want
Easy to manage - in branch or by post
A safe home for your savings

30 Day Notice Account

Completed applications can be returned to any branch or agency office, along with proof of your identity and initial deposit.

 

Alternatively, you can post your application and necessary documentation to:

Scottish Building Society

SBS House

193 Dalry Road

EDINBURGH

EH11 2EF

New Saver Enquiries

0345 600 0585

New Mortgage Enquiries

0345 600 4085

Existing Member Enquiries

To talk to us about an existing savings or mortgage account, contact your local office

Find your local office

Lines open 9-5 Mon to Fri (10-5 Wed) and Sat 9-12. Calls may be recorded and/or monitored.

Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Your eligible deposits with Scottish Building Society are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit guarantee scheme. Any deposits you could hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered. Please see below for further information.

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