You're applying for a Loyalty Single Access ISA

Please note: in each tax year, you can only open one Loyalty Single Access ISA with Nationwide.

Have you been a continuous member* of Nationwide for more than one year?

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

You can do this by filling in our online form.

You can transfer in one (or several) cash ISAs you already have with Nationwide when opening your new account.

You can also tell us if you'd like to transfer in money from any non-ISA account you already have with Nationwide.

To fill in our online form, you'll need:

  • Account details of the Nationwide cash ISA(s) you want to transfer in at account opening
  • Your National insurance number
  • The details of any Nationwide non-ISA accounts from which you'd like to transfer in money at account opening
  • Do you already have a Nationwide current account or instant-access savings account?

    Are you registered for our Internet Bank?

    You can open the account using our online form. You’ll then be able to transfer money when you receive your account details (account number and sort code).

    Alternatively, you can go to a Nationwide branch and we’ll open the account and arrange the transfer for you.

    You can open the account using our online form. You’ll then be able to transfer money when you receive your account details (account number and sort code).

    Alternatively, you can go to a Nationwide branch and we’ll open the account and arrange the transfer for you.

    You can open the account using our online form. You’ll then be able to transfer money when you receive your account details (account number and sort code).

    Alternatively, you can go to a Nationwide branch and we’ll open the account and arrange the transfer for you.

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

    Loyalty Single Access ISA is only available to those who have had a Nationwide current account, mortgage or savings account for more than one year without any breaks.

    If you haven't you may want to consider our Single Access ISA.

    Alternatively you can explore all your savings options with Nationwide.

    *You’re a Nationwide member when you have a current account, mortgage or savings account with us.