Savings accounts with interest rates hitting 5.80% in ‘top’ deals for customers

Experts are revealing the best savings account interest rates currently on offer this week.

Savings interest rates still remain high with a one-year fixed rate on the market for a competitive 5.80 percent.

Over the past year, savers have benefited from the Bank of England’s decision to raise interest rates.

This has been part of the central bank’s attempt to rein in inflation which has exacerbated the cost of living crisis.

With inflation appearing to ease, the Bank of England has paused its series of hikes to the base rate.

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Many experts have warned that banks and building societies will likely reduce the current rate deals they have on offer.

However, analysts from have outlined the top savings accounts for this week which show that deals continue to be favourable for savers.

Here is a breakdown of this week’s best easy-access and notice savings accounts, fixed-rate bonds and ISAs:

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Easy access savings accounts 

Account type

Product name

Interest rate

Easy access

Paragon Double Access Issue 4


Easy Access

Ulster Bank Loyalty Saver

5.20% (balances above £5,000)

Instant access

Metro Bank Instant Access Savings

5.22% (limited edition rate)

Notice savings accounts 

Account type

Product name

Interest rate

7-day notice savings account

Monument Bank 7 Day Notice Account


14-day notice savings account

RCI Bank E-Volve Savings 14 Day Notice Account Monthly


30-day notice savings account

FirstSave 30 Day Notice Account Monthly


35-day notice savings account

Monument Bank 35 Day Notice Account


60-day notice savings account

Monument Bank 60 Day Notice Account


90-day notice savings account

Beverley 90 Day Notice Branch/Postal Account


95-day notice savings account

Hampshire Trust Bank 95 Day Notice Account Issue 14


120-day notice savings account

Earl Shilton Select 120


180-day notice savings account

The Melton Building Society 180 Day Notice Monthly


200-day notice account

United Trust Bank 200 Day Notice Deposit (Issue 2)


Fixed-rate bonds

Account type

Product name

Interest rate

1-year fixed-term

Metro Bank Fixed Term Savings Account – 1 year


2-year fixed-term

Union Bank of India 2 Year Fixed Rate Deposit


3-year fixed-term

Hanley Economic Building Society 3 Year Fixed Rate


4-year fixed-term

JN Bank 4 Year Fixed Rate


5-year fixed-term

JN Bank 5 Year Fixed Rate Bond


Cash ISAs

Account type

Product name

Interest rate

Instant Access

Metro Bank Instant Access Cash ISA



Mansfield eSaver 180 Day Notice Cash ISA (1st Issue)


1-year fixed-term ISA

Metro Bank 1 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA


2-year fixed-term ISA

Post Office Money Online ISA (2 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA Issue 43)


3-year fixed-term ISA

Secure Trust Bank 3 Year Fixed Rate Cash ISA (04.Jan.27)


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Savings expert Lucinda O’Brien encouraged bank customers to take advantage of high-interest rates while they still have the chance.

She explained: “Interest rates are remaining fairly stable this week, with Metro Bank still offering the top rate for instant access savings at 5.22 percent.

“However, this is a limited edition rate, so you’ll need to follow some rules to unlock the best rate. In this instance, you’ll need to open a new account and deposit at least £500 within 28 days.

“If you fail to do this, the account offers a standard variable rate of 1.65 percent. Elsewhere, the top rates for fixed-rate accounts are mainly staying above five percent, with Metro Bank’s 1-year fixed account offering a competitive 5.8 percent.”

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