Whether it’s a deposit for your dream home, the holiday of a lifetime, your children’s education, or something else. Get more out of life by saving for the future.
Perhaps you still need your cash at short notice? Or you want to save for a fixed period for higher returns? Or are you thinking about different ways of saving that are tax-free? Whether your financial goals are for the short, medium or long term, we could have a solution.
At Clydesdale Bank, we want to help you achieve your ambitions and enjoy the security and confidence that savings can bring, whether you want to save a little regularly, or have a lump sum to invest. You can trust us to help make your hard-earned savings grow.
Other products and services are available at Virgin Money. Find out more. about Virgin Money savings products (opens in a new window)
With our Virgin Money M Plus Saver, you also get an M Plus Account and a super-smart app to help you create personalised savings pots, set savings targets and pay money in with just a few taps. 16 +. 18+ for online applications. T&Cs apply. Subject to status and eligibility
Be ready for a rainy day by putting your money in an instant access savings account.
For a higher rate of interest and a guaranteed return choose a fixed term account.
Looking for a Cash ISA? You'll find our wide range of tax efficient savings accounts, plus our new Cash ISA Exclusives (open to customers with an eligible current account) on the Virgin Money website.
Our range of Children's savings accounts are now only available on Virgin Money. Find out more. about Virgin Money savings products (opens in a new window)
Your eligible deposits held by a UK establishment of Clydesdale Bank PLC are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK’s deposit guarantee scheme.
This limit is applied to the total of any deposits you have with the following: Clydesdale Bank, Yorkshire Bank and Virgin Money. Any total deposits you hold above the limit between these brands are unlikely to be covered.
You can also refer to our FSCS Guide download (Opens in a new window) for more details.
 AER (Annual Equivalent Rate) illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.
 Gross rate interest payable without taking account of any tax payable.