To make sure we find the best way for you to apply, please answer a couple of questions.

Remember, you can only add money to this account when you open it so make sure you have all your funds ready in one place.

Have you been a continuous member* of Nationwide for at least a year

Would you like to transfer in another ISA when you apply?

Do you have a Nationwide current account or instant access savings account?

Are you registered for our Internet Bank?

You can't add any more money to this account once you have opened it.

If you want to open this account with money from more than one account, please combine your funds into one account Nationwide current account or instant access savings account before you apply.

What length of term do you want to apply for?

Would you like your interest paid

Apply using the secure application form

Apply using the secure application form

Would you like your interest paid

Apply using the secure application form

Apply using the secure application form

You can only add money as a single lump sum on the day of opening this ISA. Please apply in your local branch where you'll be able to open the account using a cheque.

What length of term do you want to apply for?

Would you like your interest paid

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

Would you like your interest paid

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

What length of term do you want to apply for?

Would you like your interest paid

Most providers will let you use our online form to do your transfer. Take a look at the full list to make sure your bank or building society will allow an online transfer. If your provider isn't on the list then you will need to come into one of our branches to transfer your ISA.

Please note:

  • if you have a BFPO address; or
  • if you have been granted Power of Attorney and wish to submit a cash ISA transfer-in request on behalf of the donor (our customer)

this cannot be done online. Please visit a branch or request a posted application pack.

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

Most providers will let you use our online form to do your transfer. Take a look at the full list to make sure your bank or building society will allow an online transfer. If your provider isn't on the list then you will need to come into one of our branches to transfer your ISA.

Please note:

  • if you have a BFPO address; or
  • if you have been granted Power of Attorney and wish to submit a cash ISA transfer-in request on behalf of the donor (our customer)

this cannot be done online. Please visit a branch or request a posted application pack.

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

Would you like your interest paid

Most providers will let you use our online form to do your transfer. Take a look at the full list to make sure your bank or building society will allow an online transfer. If your provider isn't on the list then you will need to come into one of our branches to transfer your ISA.

Please note:

  • if you have a BFPO address; or
  • if you have been granted Power of Attorney and wish to submit a cash ISA transfer-in request on behalf of the donor (our customer)

this cannot be done online. Please visit a branch or request a posted application pack.

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

Most providers will let you use our online form to do your transfer. Take a look at the full list to make sure your bank or building society will allow an online transfer. If your provider isn't on the list then you will need to come into one of our branches to transfer your ISA.

Please note:

  • if you have a BFPO address; or
  • if you have been granted Power of Attorney and wish to submit a cash ISA transfer-in request on behalf of the donor (our customer)

this cannot be done online. Please visit a branch or request a posted application pack.

You will need

  • Account details of the cash ISA you want to transfer in
  • Your National Insurance number
  • The account details for your Nationwide account if you want to add more money at the same time

Apply using the secure application form

You need to have been a continuous member* of Nationwide for at least one year to apply for a Loyalty Fixed Rate ISA.
See our full range of savings accounts.
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*What is a member?

A member means a customer with a Nationwide current account, savings account or mortgage. The following product holdings don’t carry membership rights: deposit accounts, personal loans, credit cards, insurance products, products offered by subsidiaries of the Society such as The Mortgage Works (UK) plc.

If you were a member of another building society that has merged with Nationwide, this’ll count towards your length of membership with Nationwide. For all ex-Dunfermline customers, your membership date starts on 30 March 2009 as this was an acquisition rather than a merger.