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Whether you need a card to shop online or an account to handle your daily finances, we’ll get you sorted so you can get on with life.
 

We put more money in your pocket

Our MoneyBack programme delivers on its promise – it puts real money back in your pocket, not just discounts or vouchers. Pay with your current account card when buying from any of our MoneyBack partners, like Lidl or Elverys, and you'll get money back into your account. All you have to do is shop.

Our MoneyBack programme
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Handy savings wallets

Your current account has two wallets so you can put money aside for big or unexpected expenses. Use them for anything you like from saving for that trip of a lifetime to splashing out on someone special.

The wallets, which work like two mini-accounts alongside your main account, can be easily accessed online or through our mobile app, which lets you manage your money on the move.

Your finances at your fingertips

Easy to set up, your current account lets you tap into a wide range of financial services online, whenever you want, wherever you are.

You can also manage your money through our mobile app, which is free to download on the App Store or on Google Play, or through our nationwide network of over 900 post offices.

Fair and transparent fees

Our fees are straightforward and fair. For instance, we won’t charge you for failed direct debits because we all make mistakes and we’re here to help, not to make life harder.

You simply pay a monthly maintenance fee of €5.00 for your account and this covers all electronic payments in the euro zone, except for ATM withdrawals. You can even offset some or all of the monthly fee with our MoneyBack programme when you shop with participating retailers.

Get €30 back when you lodge €30

Open an An Post Money Current Account today to benefit from our €30 for €30 offer. Terms and conditions apply.

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