Regular savers

Also known as Monthly Savers, these accounts are popular
with those working towards a specific goal - from family holidays
to new cars and even dream weddings.

A Regular Saver helps you build up a lump sum by making monthly deposits.

With one withdrawal allowed during the year, you’ll reach your goal sooner, as you won’t be tempted to dip in and out of your savings.

Here you can sort our accounts listed by either the highest interest rates or the lowest deposit requirements.

1 Year Regular Saver

Available

Branch Post
Interest Rate1.00%Gross/AER
Start saving from £1

Available

Branch Post

Can't find what you're looking for? Talk to our Savings Team

Are you looking to lock away a lump sum over a fixed term? We have other accounts which may be a better fit

£85,000 guaranteed

Under the FSCS guarantee, your savings are protected.

Still not sure?

What is a Regular Saver account?

Often referred to as a ‘Regular Savings Account’ or a ‘Monthly Saver’, a Regular Saver is one of the four main types of savings accounts. They’re designed to help you achieve short-term savings goals, typically with a fixed interest rate and minimal withdrawals permitted. These types of savings accounts work best if you’re able to consistently set aside money each month.

Is a Regular Saver account right for me?

If you’re aged 16 or over and are looking to save monthly whilst collecting interest on your savings over a set term, a Furness Building Society Regular Saver could be your match.

Why choose a Regular Saver?

The advantage of a Regular Saver is that it not only helps get you into the savings habit, but you also earn interest on your monthly savings. By opening an account with us, you’ll also benefit from the following:

  • Enjoy flexible savings limits
  • Start saving from £1
  • Make regular monthly deposits
  • You don't want regular access to your savings (but may need to make one withdrawal in a 12 month period)

However, if you’re looking to lock away a lump sum over a fixed term then a Fixed Rate Bond or Fixed Rate ISA may be a better fit.  For easy access account options, take a look at our Everyday Savings or Cash ISA.

 

How many Regular Saver accounts can I have?

You can only open one Regular Saver account. 

It can also be quite beneficial to open more than one type of savings account, such as an Everyday Saver in addition to your Regular Saver. This can help you manage your money and save towards both long and short-term goals simultaneously. 

You can view our Regular Saver rates and compare all our regular savings accounts above. More information about our rates can also be found on our interest rates page.

Tools and guides

Top tips for savings

Our 6 top tips for choosing a savings account

Savings FAQs

The answers to all your savings questions.

Search for articles, guides and help

Branch Finder

Visit one of our branches in the North West

Contact us

Or see all the ways you can contact us, online or by post