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The simple way to stay in control of your money

Get money back

Just shop with MoneyBack partners like Lidl or An Post Insurance.

Handy savings wallets

An easy way to save money for whatever you fancy.

Helpful alerts

Stay in control with SMS alerts on your account transactions.

Emergency cash

Get emergency cash if your card is lost or stolen.

Clear and simple fees

€5 a month covers all your electronic euro zone payments.

24/7 online access

Access your account whenever you want, wherever you are.

Earn money back with partners like Lidl and Intersport Elverys

Free yourself from fees by earning money back with our MoneyBack partners. Customers have earned up to €200 in a month.

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Emergency cash when it matters

You can access up to €200 in emergency cash if your card is lost, stolen or damaged.

More on emergency cash
More on emergency cash

Handy alerts to keep you up to date

We’ll keep you posted about transactions on your account like direct debits or failed payments so you don't go into the red.

More on customised alerts
More on customised alerts

Still have questions?

We’re here to help. If your card has been lost or stolen, if you have forgotten your PIN or if you have any other questions, please get in touch.

Put money aside with our online savings wallets

Use our online savings wallets to set money aside to pay for life’s little luxuries or save for that trip of a lifetime.

How savings wallets work
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Foreign Transactions Rate Checker

Sending money overseas or buying from abroad? Enter the amount in your chosen currency and your date of transaction to see the rate we charge.

Date of transaction
Currency

gbp

Pound sterling

Total transaction amount
£ 10.03 EUR GBP

Based on our exchange rate of plus % of transaction value

Our mark-up rate is % above ECB rate ()

Money back terms & conditions apply. Money back is based on spend with selected MoneyBack partners.

An Post is authorised by the Minister for Finance to provide payment services and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland in the provision of such services.

Call in to your local post office

We have a network of more than 900 post offices so drop in and talk to us about opening a current account.

How to open a current account