Keep up to date with interest rate changes, and be one of the first to hear when we launch a new and improved savings account.
Who can register for SavingsWatch
SavingsWatch is free, and available to any of our personal savers who are 16 or over.
What you’ll get
New and improved account alerts
If there's a change to our product range that could benefit you, we'll send you an email to let you know.
Interest rate alerts
Alerts by email or text if your interest rate goes up or down.
Your savings summary
We’ll email you a yearly summary of your savings rates and an overview of our savings range.
Power of Attorney using SavingsWatch
Attorneys registered with us can subscribe for SavingsWatch on behalf of the account holder. Any notifications will go directly to the account holder’s mobile number or email address.
How to sign up
How you sign up depends on whether we have your email or mobile number. That’s because SavingsWatch keeps you updated by email and SMS.
Find your details
If you register in branch, you’ll need:
- a Nationwide savings account number
- an email address
- a mobile phone number, if you want to receive text alerts.
Wait for our message
You'll receive a welcome email or text to confirm your registration.
By registering for SavingsWatch, you consent to receiving communications relating to SavingsWatch by email, text and other electronic means in accordance with the SavingsWatch Terms and Conditions.
Only register if you’re happy for your contact details to be used by us to send you marketing communications relating to SavingsWatch.
- Details of new savings product launches will be sent to you by email.
- Changes to your interest rate will be sent by email or text. You can let us know which you’d prefer when you register.
There may be a charge if you receive SavingsWatch texts while you’re abroad. Check your tariff to find out what your provider charges for receiving texts abroad.
If you have a joint account, only the account holder who has subscribed for the SavingsWatch service will receive notifications. You'll get separate notifications for each savings account you have.