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Student Bank Account Santander
Funding required (each academic term) £500
Account Type Student Bank Account
Features £1500 Interest FREE Overdraft

Why we like it: 3% AER / 2.96% (variable) on balance from £300 up to a maximum of £2,000. Free 4-year Santander 16-25 Railcard which could save you 1/3 off rail travel in Great Britain. No monthly account fee

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NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland Student Accounts

As a student you qualify for a £500 overdraft in the first term and up to £2,000 after that. Additional features include:

  • 1/3 off standard adult coach fares in the UK with National Express
  • 10% off travel to selected festivals and events in the UK
  • 10% off coach fares to lots of great European destinations with Eurolines
  • 1/3 off standard adult fares with Hovertravel and Scottish Citylink services when booked through National Express

You must use the bank account as your main account and pay in at least £750 every six months and make three debit transaction each month.

Great for: if you area regular coach user.

Look elsewhere if: the deals on offer are not relevant to you or you need a larger overdraft facility.

NatWest student account

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