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Lloyds Bank 2014 Student Account

6th August 2014 Print

Lloyds Bank has launched its 2014 Student Current Account, available to new and existing customers. The account features a number of money saving benefits including a free NUS extra card for three years, which could save savvy students an average of £525 a year at over 170 high street and online brands.

The account offers:

A tiered interest and fee-free Planned Overdraft of up to £2,000 (up to £1,500 in years one to three and up to £2,000 in years four to six).

A free NUS extra card for three years, giving students access to exclusive discounts, offers and competitions from over 170 brands and retailers on the high street and online, including Amazon, Apple, ASOS, Co-operative Food and Odeon.

Use of ‘Everyday Offers’ rewarding student account holders with cashback on their everyday spend at selected retailers, helping their money go further

A range of ways to manage their money with our Mobile Banking app and Pay a Contact services.

Access to a student credit card to help build credit, with up to 56 days interest-free credit on purchases when paying the balance back in full and on time each month. There is also a limit of at least £500 & extra protection when you shop online.

Phillip Robinson, Director of current accounts for Lloyds Bank said: “As a leading provider of student accounts, we appreciate the challenge students face with their finances. We have designed an account to help students make their money go further and to make sure they are in a position to feel in control of their finances when it matters most, both now and in the future.”

Students can also benefit from the ‘Ask the Experts’ range of discussions, hosted by experts in the field of Finance, strengthening the Bank’s commitment to increase financial awareness across all ages. Ask the Experts provides impartial help and information to customers and non customers alike on topics important to them, in a relaxed environment.

In addition, students can sign up to Save the Change. This ensures that every time a student uses their Lloyds Bank debit card, the amount will be rounded up to the nearest pound and the difference transferred to a preferred Lloyds Bank savings account. Spending little and often can therefore make a big change to students’ finances.