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Our Savings Selector

Let us help you choose a savings account from our range

Just answer a few simple questions and we’ll show you what’s available to you.

Remember: it’s important to consider all the options available to you. Please check the details of any account you choose, so you’re sure it’s right for your needs and that you meet any eligibility requirements.

Do you want to save for your first home?

Do you want to save for a child’s future?

Do you have a Nationwide current account, mortgage or savings account?

Have you had your account or mortgage for more than one year?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you have a nationwide current account, mortgage or savings account?

Have you had your account or mortgage for more than one year?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you want to save for a child's future?

Do you have a Nationwide current account, mortgage or savings account?

Have you had your account or mortgage for more than one year?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you have a Nationwide current account, mortgage or savings account?

Have you had your account or mortgage for more than one year?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

Do you hold a Nationwide main current account*?

*What is a main current account?

  • FlexOne
  • FlexStudent
  • FlexGraduate
  • FlexDirect
  • FlexPlus

You also qualify if you hold a FlexAccount and:

- have been paying in £750+ a month for the past 3 months (excluding transfers from any Nationwide account held by you or anyone else)
OR
- you have completed an account switch to us (from a non-Nationwide account) through our Current Account Switch Team in the past 4 months.

AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.
Gross p.a. is the interest rate without tax deducted.
Net p.a. is the interest rate after the deduction of tax.
Tax-free is the contractual rate of interest payable where interest is exempt from income tax.
The tax information provided is based on our understanding of current law and HM Revenue & Customs practice, both of which may change.

Savings accounts explained