Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society Current Accounts
Established in 1850, Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society is primarily a mortgage and savings provider and is one of the largest currently operating in the UK.
As a provider, Cheltenham and Gloucester have a great deal of experience in this field, claiming to provide customers with an efficient, knowledgeable and friendly service.
Unfortunately, current accounts from Cheltenham and Gloucester Building Society are not currently being offered to customers, although they do provide customers with a variety of other savings products and services.
For information on latest current account deals see a selection of providers below:
|Account||Interest (AER)||Overdraft Rate||Funding Required*||Fee pm||Features||Apply|
|FlexDirect Current Account||5.0%*||0% for 12 months||£1,000 per month||N/A||5.0% IN-CREDIT INTEREST on balances up to £2,500 for the first year.||More Info >|
Nationwide FlexDirect Current Account
|Nationwide FlexPlus Current Account||3.0%*||0% for first £250||No minimum||£13||3.0% INTEREST on balances up to £2,500||More Info >|
Nationwide FlexPlus Current Account
Santander Bank »
|Santander 123 Current Account||1.50%*||Up to £3 per day||£500 per month||£5 pm||*1.50% AER (variable) on your entire balance up to £20,000. Up to 3% cashback on household bills.||More Info >|
Santander 123 Current Account
|Nationwide FlexAccount Current Account||N/A||0% for first 3 months||No minimum||N/A||3 months interest-free overdraft and no monthly account fee||More Info >|
Nationwide FlexAccount Current Account
First Direct »
|1st Account Current Account||N/A||0% for first £250||No minimum||Free if funding £1,000 or £10 below £1,000||Switch your current account and you'll get a free gift worth up to £150. £250 interest free overdraft. Free banking if paying over £1,000 per month. Satisfaction guarantee - £100 if you leave within 6 months||More Info >|
First Direct 1st Current Account
These current accounts that are offered by providers are used to provide customers with a useful way of managing their day to day banking payments and expenses. The majority of current accounts may include the following features as standard:
- A cheque book and debit card
- Direct debits that allow customers to set up regular payments for bills and similar payments
- Online and telephone banking facilities
- Optional overdraft facilities
Many providers will also offer several different types of account that come with a number of extras that may be useful for customers. However, these extras may also come at a price, and customers should therefore be mindful of any extra charges or subscription fees that they may be subject to.
For example, some current accounts may be provided to customers that will earn them interest on their money, however in exchange for this service, the customer may be subject to certain eligibility criteria, such as a monthly minimum deposit or subscription fee.
Please see our current account comparisons table below for a list of competitive current account deals from different providers.