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Compare online savings accounts

Compare online savings accounts

Do you want to compare online savings accounts? Then you’ve come to the right place, because at RateCity you can search, compare and apply for a range of products, from online savings accounts and high-interest savings accounts, to children’s savings accounts.  

Whether this is your first savings account that you’re after or you’re looking to switch, it can be a good idea to compare online savings accounts to ensure you find one to suit your needs.

When it comes time to compare online savings accounts using the RateCity site, simply visit the savings accounts page and use one or more of the search filters to help narrow your search results. For instance, under the “account type” filter you can choose to see online savings accounts only, or accounts that pay bonus interest. You can also nominate a deposit amount and savings duration to help tailor your search results to suit your needs.

Then click the “Find an account” button to compare online savings accounts, for instance, from the RateCity database. Important information about the accounts in the results will include the base rate of interest, maximum rate, bonus conditions and interest earned. From here you can either select up to six products to compare side-by-side in greater detail, or go to the provider’s site for further information or to apply for the product.

If you choose to compare online savings accounts side-by-side as mentioned above, the sort of information you can expect to see can include: promotional rate periods, account-keeping fees, minimum opening deposit required, age restrictions and star ratings, among other things.

For more information about savings accounts you can also check out our savings account guide, which includes information about star ratings, types of savings accounts and features of certain accounts. The guide also provides tips on how to reach your savings goal sooner and how to find an account to suit your needs. Good luck with your savings!

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