Limited Access Savings

Limited access savings – put your goals within reach

With limited access, you'll need to give us notice that you want to withdraw funds. So they're not designed to be used as an emergency fund – but they often have a higher interest rate which can help you reach your savings goal faster.

Please see below for our Limited Access savings accounts and their current rates.

Withdrawals Withdrawals permitted subject to 120 days' notice
Save from £1
Interest rate 1.00% gross pa/AER variable
Access Branch/Post/Phone
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Withdrawals Withdrawals permitted subject to 90 days' notice
Save from £1
Interest rate 0.81% gross pa/AER variable
Access Branch/Post/Phone
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Account Name Withdrawals Save from Interest rate Access  
120 Day Notice Account Withdrawals permitted subject to 120 days' notice £1 1.00% gross pa/AER variable Branch/Post/Phone Find out more
90 Day Notice Account Issue 2 Withdrawals permitted subject to 90 days' notice £1 0.81% gross pa/AER variable Branch/Post/Phone Find out more

Our expert says...

Kris Brewster

If you have a specific savings goal in mind – perhaps you’re saving to pay for a wedding, or home improvements – and you don’t mind having to give a little notice to withdraw your savings, a Limited Access account could make sense for you.

Kris Brewster, Head of Products

Financial Services Compensation Scheme

Your eligible deposits with Skipton Building Society are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), the UK's deposit guarantee scheme.

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