Your eligible deposits with Coventry Building Society are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit guarantee scheme. Any deposits you hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered.
For joint accounts eligible deposits are protected up to £170,000.
With competitive rates and the highest customer satisfaction of any bank or building society, we help our members save money for the future. We use plain English, not bank jargon and we're the first bank or building society in the UK to be awarded the Clear and Simple Mark by Fairer Finance for our savings terms and conditions.
We're also the only bank or building society to let you compare our rates and accounts with other providers. Have a look at our comparison tool.
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We’ve been shortlisted for ISA Provider of the Year at the Moneyfacts Consumer Awards 2019.
Have your say in this year’s survey and Moneyfacts will enter you into a prize draw to win £1000.
We believe in being open and honest. We want you to make an informed choice. That’s why we've built this tool to help you compare our accounts with other providers.
Get started: Select an account or accounts below to compare them with our account.
This tool uses the latest data from moneyfacts.co.uk, an independent comparison service. Moneyfacts aim to include at least 95% of providers of UK-based personal savings accounts.
What’s missing? Our tool omits any accounts with special conditions for opening (for example, you have to already hold an account with the provider).
We’ve omitted our Additional Allowance ISA because it’s only available if you've lost your spouse or civil partner and they had ISA savings with us.
Remember: there’s more to a savings account than just the interest rate. You can compare access terms, how to pay in and other criteria – then make your own mind up.