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Fixed-term savings accounts

If you can afford to put your money away for at least a year, you can often earn a better rate with a fixed-term account.

Our Fixed-term savings accounts

Fixed Rate Bond to 30/06/2018


gross p.a./AER fixed until 30/06/2018

  • Save from £1,000 up to £2 million
  • Pays a fixed rate of interest
  • Choose to have your interest paid monthly or annually
  • Withdrawals and closure are not permitted during the term
  • No cancellation rights
  • Register to view your account online

Fixed-term accounts not right for you?

Why not take a look at our other types of savings accounts?

Interest rates

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Help & support

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    Why choose the Yorkshire?

    Our service comes highly rated

    We don't need a customer charter to tell us how to look after our customers. It just comes naturally. Our people genuinely care, and deliver the sort of experience you'll want to tell your friends about.

    Recent awards

    See for yourself how our straightforward, honest products and excellent service have been drawing a lot of attention.

    • Most Trusted Savings Provider

      Moneywise Customer Service Awards 2013


    • High Street Savings
      Provider of the Year

      Consumer Moneyfacts Awards 2013


    Important information

    • Fixed Rate Bonds are limited issue products and can be withdrawn at any time. If you wish to make deposits to an Fixed Rate Bond we recommend that you arrange this immediately to avoid disappointment. Any payments received after the Fixed Rate Bond has been withdrawn will be returned to you.
    • External ISA transfers in from other providers are permitted until 30 days after the Fixed Rate ISA has been withdrawn from sale. Any deposits received after these timescales will be returned to you.

    Need help with interest definitions?

    If you are unclear what something means, our Savings glossary can help.

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