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    • kev2009
    • By kev2009 5th Nov 19, 8:45 PM
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    Nationwide members Exclusive Bond
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    • 5th Nov 19, 8:45 PM
    Nationwide members Exclusive Bond 5th Nov 19 at 8:45 PM

    Considering opening one of these Nationwide members exclusive bond 1.5% for 18 months and wondered what peoples thoughts were?

    I'm thinking this is worth doing as put in 5k and leave it alone for 18 month and get approx 113 interest as opposed to a regular saver which pays a higher rate but is capped on what you can pay each month meaning you don't get much i.e i wouldn't get 113 for example from 1, even paying in 500 a month to some.

    I currently have a loyalty savings account with Nationwide which only pays 1.1% so this seems a easy way to open the account as existing member, shouldn't need all the ID stuff and is a better rate.


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    • d63
    • By d63 7th Nov 19, 1:42 PM
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    Metro offering 1 Year - 1.80% AER.

    I don't know what has happened to Nationwide with their interest rates will really miss their regular saver.
    Originally posted by typistretired
    gone the same place as their slogan "we're on your side" ?
    • badger09
    • By badger09 7th Nov 19, 1:46 PM
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    I am with the Nationwide and used to want to keep everything under one roof, current account, savings and credit card.
    Over the last few months Nationwide have fallen out of favour with me.
    I was told I could change my ISA to a loyalty ISA and get a better interest rate, I changed it and 2 weeks later dropped the rate, they have also stopped the regular saver account at 5%.
    So now I have an ISA with them which i keep open as over the next 3-6 months I will use what is in there for home improvements.
    I have in the last month opened a marcus regular saver and a coventry building society regular saver.
    So shop around as there are far better deals out there than what Nationwide can offer.
    Originally posted by madlyn

    Marcus only offer one savings account, and it isn't a regular saver.
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