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Our savings and investments - Products no longer on sale

Products no longer on sale


  • Easy Access Savings Account

    The Easy Access Savings Account is no longer on sale and has been closed completely. Any remaining funds have now been transferred to the Residual Account.

    Customers who held an Easy Access Savings Account and would like to have their money repaid should contact us and ask for an 'NS&I Residual Account repayment application' form. Alternatively you can download the form by clicking on the link below.

    Residual Account repayment application form
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  • Cash ISA

    The NS&I Cash ISA closed on 25 May 2013. All accounts were transferred to a Direct ISA which can be managed online or by phone. Find out more about the NS&I Direct ISA .

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  • T Cash ISA (formerly known as TESSA-only ISA)

    The NS&I T Cash ISA closed on 25 May 2013. All accounts were transferred to a Direct ISA which can be managed online or by phone. Find out more about the NS&I Direct ISA.

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  • Fixed Rate Savings Bonds

    On 23 February 2008 we relaunched NS&I Fixed Rate Savings Bonds as two distinct investments with new names – the NS&I Guaranteed Income Bond and the NS&I Guaranteed Growth Bond .

    If you already hold a Fixed Rate Savings Bond, any future correspondence about your investment will refer to it as either a Guaranteed Income Bond or a Guaranteed Growth Bond, depending on whether you chose the income or growth option when you invested.

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  • Pensioners Guaranteed Income Bonds and Capital Bonds

    Pensioners Guaranteed Income Bonds and Capital Bonds have all now matured and been closed completely. Any remaining funds have been transferred to the NS&I Residual Account.

    If you had one of these Bonds and have not yet cashed it in, please contact us and ask for an 'NS&I Residual Account repayment application' form. Or you can download the form by clicking on the link below.

    Residual Account repayment application form
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  • Ordinary Account/Treasurer's Account/SAYE/Yearly Plan/Deposit Bonds

    All the above accounts and investments have now been closed completely and any remaining funds transferred to the NS&I Residual Account.

    Customers of these accounts and investments wishing to have their money repaid should contact us and ask for an 'NS&I Residual Account repayment application' form. Alternatively you can download the form by clicking on the link below.

    Residual Account repayment application form
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  • FIRST Option Bonds

    From 10 October 2011, maturing NS&I FIRST Option Bond customers were no longer offered further extension terms. However, customers were able to continue to hold their Bonds until they reached their maturity dates.

    NS&I wrote to customers before their Bonds were due to mature, offering them the opportunity to reinvest in an NS&I Guaranteed Growth Bond. This is a similar investment with fixed rates of interest for set terms. If you took no action at maturity, your FIRST Option Bond would have been automatically reinvested into a 1-year Guaranteed Growth Bond.

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  • National Savings Stamps and Gift Tokens

    These products are no longer sold.

    If you have any National Savings Stamps or Gift tokens we can redeem these for you at face value. To do this, send the stamps and tokens to us with details of your name and address. We will send you a warrant for the value.

    Please address these to:

    National Savings and Investments
    Glasgow
    G58 1SB

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  • Older Savings Certificates (1916 - 1996)

    On 11 November 2013 we made changes to how we calculate the returns on these old Savings Certificates. We are simplifying our range of accounts and investments to make them more consistent with current Issues and easier to understand. As part of these plans we’re making some changes to how we calculate the returns on our older style Savings Certificates that were sold between 1916 and 1996. These Certificates were on sale between 17 and 97 years ago and have since matured and are currently on extension terms.

    Find out more about the changes

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