When Egglaunched the egg card, it became quickly recognised as one of the UK’s biggest credit card providers through a range of marketing techniques as popular services. The Egg Credit Card comes complete with a variety of attractive features and introductory periods.
The egg card offers highly competitive introductory offers on interest free balance transfers and purchases lasting for well over 12 months and a range of anniversary offers such as extended 0% introductory offers and great deals and discounts at a list of retail outlets and other egg products.
Egg savings accounts provide savers with a great place to help their money grow, offering rates that sit well above the Bank of England Base rate on balances up to £100,000.
The Egg savings account does not penalise its customers for making withdrawals, giving you the flexibility to access your money when you need it. Egg also provides its customers with 24/7 access to savings accounts via its online banking facilities, allowing you to manage your account when it suits you.
Setting up a regular deposit is easy, helping you to achieve your saving goals.
The Egg Fixed Rate Bond offers a chance to get a great interest rate with a guaranteed rate of return. Opening an Egg fixed rate bond is easy and requires just £1,000 to get you started, up to a maximum of £2 million.
To qualify for an Egg bond, you need to be an existing Egg customer, but don't panic if this isn't the case, as you can open an Egg Savings Account with as little as £1.
When opening an Egg fixed rate bond your initial deposit is the amount that sticks, so you can't make additional deposits throughout the term.
Early withdrawals are not permitted during the term, however you can close your account early, but this will result in a charge.
Egg Banking plc is a member of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, so any deposits up to £85,000 will be 100% protected. If you wish to stick to this limit, always remember to calculate how much interest you will earn and deduct this from the £85,000 limit, as this interest earned of your balance would push you over the limit and you could risk losing out.