From a savings account

Choose your savings account type from the tabs above to see how to take money out, move money between your accounts and find any limits on withdrawals.

  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash or transfer money to another Nationwide account in branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash at a Nationwide branch
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash or transfer money to another Nationwide account in branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

If you take money out more than 5 times a year (including closure), you get a lower interest rate. See rates and features.


  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash at a Nationwide branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash at a Nationwide branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash in branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app (you must be over 11 years old to register for these services) to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Transfer money using Telephone Banking.
  • Take out a maximum of £300 in cash at a Nationwide ATM (if you have a card) or in branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Use your card to top up an O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Tesco Mobile or Vodafone pay-as-you-go mobile phone with up to £25 per day at Nationwide ATM (this top up is part of your daily ATM allowance of £300).
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

If you take money out more than once a year, you get a lower interest rate. See rates and features.


  • Make a quick transfer using Internet Banking or the Banking app (you must be over 11 years old to register for these services) to move money to your Nationwide current account or instant access savings account.
  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash in branch.
  • Take out a maximum* of £10,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

  • Take out a maximum of £500 in cash in branch with your passbook. You must have all the signatures that opened the account on the withdrawal slip.
  • Take out a maximum* of £100,000 in a cheque at branch without notice or further proof of ID. Order a cheque up to £500,000 a day by coming into branch with ID, and we’ll send it by first class post, so you get it in 2 working days.
  • Transfer by CHAPS or an overseas electronic transfer (there are charges for these services).

Visit us in branch or call our Savings and ISA helpline below if you can’t find your product (it could be because it’s no longer on sale).

*Please note that your maximum withdrawal amount is subject to the maximum balance of the product.

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Savings & ISA helpline

If you can't find what you need, call us on 0800 30 20 11 (UK), +44 1793 65 67 89 (abroad), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we'll be happy to help.

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Savings terms and conditions

A quick link to the terms and conditions for all Nationwide's savings accounts.

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From an ISA

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