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Compare instant access savings accounts

Instant access savings account, which can be opened with such minimal balance as £1, gives you an opportunity to save money in an account with a good interest rate. The main advantage of instant access savings is an ability to get your funds out whenever you like. Because of that, instant access saving accounts usually have lower rate of interest.

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HSBC Online Bonus Saver Featured result
HSBC savings
ING Savings Account (Step 1) Featured result
ING savings
Intelligent Finance isaver Featured result
Intelligent Finance savings
NatWest e-savings Featured result
NatWest savings
Principality Building Society e-SAVER Issue 3 Featured result
Principality Building Society savings
RBS Direct Saver Featured result
RBS savings
Tesco Internet Saver Featured result
Tesco savings
Nationwide MySave Online Plus Featured result
Nationwide savings
Post Office Online Saver Featured result
Post Office savings
Santander eSaver Issue 2 Featured result
Santander savings
AA AA Internet Extra Issue 3
AA savings
Aldermore Easy Access
Aldermore savings
Aldermore Easy Access Monthly
Aldermore savings
Allied Irish Bank (GB) Demand Deposit Account
Allied Irish Bank (GB) savings
Allied Irish Bank (GB) Optimum Access
Allied Irish Bank (GB) savings
Anglo Irish Bank - UK Easy Access Issue 3
Anglo Irish Bank - UK savings
Aviva Deposits UK Ltd The Base Rate Tracker Account
Aviva Deposits UK Ltd savings
Bank of Cyprus Instant Access
Bank of Cyprus savings
Bank of Ireland (NI) Classic Saver
Bank of Ireland (NI) savings
Bank of Ireland (NI) Demand Deposit
Bank of Ireland (NI) savings
Bank of Ireland (NI) FlexSave Account
Bank of Ireland (NI) savings
Bank of Scotland Instant Access Savings Account
Bank of Scotland savings
Bank of Scotland Instant Access Savings Account Monthly
Bank of Scotland savings
Barclays e-Savings Ex/C
Barclays savings
Barclays e-savings Reward
Barclays savings