Halifax Fixed Rate Bonds

Compare Halifax Fixed Rate Bonds

ProviderAccountInterest RateTermApply
5.00%Current Account
Instant Access
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5.00% interest for 12 months on balances up to £2,500 for the first year. You must pay in £1,000 or more each month to receive interest (excluding transfers from any Nationwide account held by you or anyone else). 12 month fee-free arranged overdraft available. No monthly fee. Must be aged 18 or older.
1.00%Instant AccessMore Info >
Earn 1.00% gross/AER Instant Access. No notice periods. Unlimited payments and withdrawals. Pay in from £100. RCI Bank are protected up to a total of €100,000 by the FGDR (Fonds de Garantie Dépôts et de Résolution), the French deposit protection scheme. Manage account online.
1.00%Easy AccessMore Info >
1.00% gross/AER on balances from £1,000 to £1 million. Guaranteed to be at least 0.50% above Base Rate** until 31st December 2017. Unlimited withdrawals without restriction or loss of interest.
5.00%Current Account
Instant Access
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5.00% interest on balances up to £2,000 PLUS 5% cashback on first £100 of Contactless payments every month. Must pay in a minimum of £500 into the account each month. No monthly account fee.
1.50%Current Account
Instant Access
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Monthly Interest of 1.50% AER (variable) payable on your entire balance up to £20,000 (3.0% AER until 1st November 2016). Monthly Cashback on selected household bills. Must pay in £500 into the account each month.


per annum

£10,000More Info >
Earn 1.30% fixed interest - 1 year term - Minimum deposit £10,000 - No withdrawals - FSCS Protected
1.10%1 YearMore Info >
1.10% gross/AER fixed for 1 year. £500 minimum opening balance. Withdraw cash early if you need to (subject to loss of interest).
1.05%Easy AccessMore Info >
Earn 1.05% tax free/AER variable. Open with £100. Unlimited free withdrawals. Transfer in ISAs held elsewhere - no limit
1.00%Current Account
Instant Access
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Innovative new banking service powered by Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks. Get your current account and instant access savings account working together. Earn 1% AER on ALL instant access credit balances, and 0.5% AER on current account balances up to £2,000 until 30 November 2016. From 01 December 2016 the rate will be 0.25% AER (0.25% gross p.a. variable). INTRODUCTORY OFFER: Free for the first 12 months.
Latest Current Account Deals
 AccountInterest (AER)Overdraft RateFunding Required*Fee pmFeaturesApply
5.0%*0% for 12 months£1,000 per monthN/A5.0% IN-CREDIT INTEREST on balances up to £2,500 for the first year.More Info >
5.0%*£25 fee free overdraft plus £10 buffer£500 per monthN/A5.0% VARIABLE IN-CREDIT INTEREST on balances up to £2,000.More Info >
1.50%*Fee free for 4 months then £1 per day£500 per month£5 pm*1.50% AER (variable) on your entire balance up to £20,000 (3.0% AER until 1st November 2016). Up to 3% cashback on household bills.More Info >
N/A0% for first £250No minimumFree if funding £1,000 or £10 below £1,000£100 for switching into account. £250 interest free overdraft. Free banking if paying over £1,000 per month. £100 if not satisfied after 6 monthsMore Info >
1.0.%*£6 per month with £25 buffer and 2 day grace period No minimumFreeInnovative new banking service. *Get 1.0% AER on ALL instant access balances and 0.5% AER on current account balances up to £2,000 until 30 November 2016. From 01 December 2016 the rate will be 0.25% AER (0.25% gross p.a. variable).More Info >
Latest ISA Deals
ProviderAccountISA TransfersProtection schemeFund choiceInvest From:More info


2,000+ funds

£50 per month

or just £5 single

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Why we like it: Barclays Stockbrokers has been voted ‘Self Select ISA Provider of the Year’ at the ADVFN International Financial Awards 2016. Choose from over 2,000 funds, shares, ETFs, investment trusts, gilts, bonds and more. Now with ISA flexibility, withdraw and replace cash from a flexible ISA during the same tax year without it counting towards your annual ISA allowance.  



2,500+ funds

£10 per month

or £50 single

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Why we like it: The Standard Life Junior ISA from £10 pm. Tax efficient investing to help pay from anything from university fees to a first car.

Important information: Investment ISAs are tax-efficient wrappers for long term investments. Capital’s at risk. Charges may apply.  Tax rules may change in the future and whether particular tax rules benefit you, will depend on your individual circumstances. ISA transfer charges may apply, please check with your provider.
Peer to Peer Fixed Term ISA - Earn high tax free interest
ProviderAccountTarget ReturnTermMore Info


per annum

1 to 5 YearsMore Info >
  • Earn estimated 8.70% APR*
  • 1 - 5 year term
  • Available for ISA, ISA transfer & direct investment
  • Minimum investment £10
  • Manage your account online
  • Capital is at risk and returns may be higher or lower
  • Must be aged 18 or older
  • Peer to peer lending is not covered by the FSCS

AER - Annual Equivalent Rate

Peer-to-peer lending can offer potentially attractive returns. There is a risk you may lose some or all of your initial investment as it is not protected by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, although many lenders offer their own compensation schemes.

*Returns may be higher or lower

Alternative Saving Ideas - Earn high interest on your savings
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per annum

£10More Info >
  • Earn 2.35% per annum (paid at maturity)
  • 24 month term
  • Asset backed loans
  • Manage your account online
  • Must be aged 18 or older
  • Peer to peer lending is not covered by the FSCS


per annum

£10More Info >
  • Earn 2.25% paid on maturity.
  • 12 month term
  • Peer to peer lending account
  • Manage your account online
  • Must be aged 18 or older
  • Peer to peer lending is not covered by the FSCS

Peer to Peer Lending is not covered by the FSCS

If you are looking for a new Fixed Rate Bond to put your savings into then you can use the comparison table below to compare what is offered by a variety of different providers including Halifax to see if you can find the best option for you.


Benefits of fixed rate bonds include:

  • Competitive interest rates in return for keeping your cash locked away
  • A variety of terms to choose from
  • Online access offered by most providers


Fixed rate bonds are a way you can lock away some of your savings into an account that will accumulate interest. Halifax currently offers a fixed term fixed rate bond.


Fixed Saver key facts:

  • Available for 1 or 3 year terms
  • Interest paid monthly. Interest will be paid net of your income tax unless you register your account to receive gross interest
  • Opening balance must be £500 or more
  • Must be aged 16 years or over
  • At the end of the fixed term your account will automatically transfer to an Instant Saver account


As the Halifax Fixed Rate Saver is fixed term bond no withdrawals are allowed once you create the account. Early closure is permitted but if you do close your account early you will lose an amount equivalent to: 1 year term - 90 days’ gross interest or 3 year term - 270 days’ gross interest. Meaning you may get back less than you opened the account with. No additional deposits are allowed either.


Before you choose the deal for you, compare fixed rate bonds side by side in our table. Compare Halifax fixed rate bonds with other deals in the market - make sure that when you lock your money away for a fixed period you are comfortable with not having access for the term duration. Generally speaking the longer you are prepared to lock your money away in a fixed rate bond the better the level of interest paid. As with all savings accounts you should compare deals from a range of providers before committing to one. As well as fixed rate bonds there are a number of alternative saving options which you should consider such as structured deposit plans - a selection of plans are available on this site.


As well as a fixed rate bond you may wish to consider alternative savings options such as;

  • tracker – this type of bond has interest rates linked to those set by the Bank of England so any changes to the base rate will either increase or decrease how much interest you receive, affecting your gains.


  • Structured Deposits – Structured deposits normally offer higher potential interest rates than bonds, but you are not guaranteed to receive any interest payments, there is a risk you will only get your original deposit back at the end of the term. This is because structured deposits are normally linked to a share index or indices, like the FTSE 100. Getting an interest payment from this type of plan depends on if the index the plan is tied to perform in the way set out in the structure deposit. Because you risk earning no interest with this type of plan you should carefully evaluate if it is right for you before you take one out.


  • Savings Account – Savings account may be better suited for people who think they may need sudden access to their savings. Although they normally offer worse rates of interest than deposits or bonds they do allow you easy access to your funds should you ever need them.