Get a preferential rate on your Barclayloan if you are a Barclay’s Premier customer.
The second biggest UK bank with over £1 billion worth of assets, Barclays offers a variety of banking services to millions of customers in more than 40 countries around the world.
Its unsecured personal loans are straightforward products that come with an easy and entirely digitalised application process, together with the possibility to get instant access to the funds once you’ve been approved.
You can apply to get up to £50,000, so if you’re planning a big refurbishment of your house or have incurred some other considerable expense, this loan can help you pull it off.
For Premier customers, Barclays’ personal loans go the extra mile with a discounted interest rate – a little difference in the interest rate can easily translate into quite a lot of money, especially if you’re looking at making the repayments over a longer period of time.
Just keep in mind that the advertised interest rate isn’t necessarily the one you’ll get, which will depend entirely on your circumstances.
|Loan type||Unsecured Personal Loan|
|Loan amounts||£1,000.00 to £50,000.00|
|Loan terms||2 Years to 5 Years|
|Loan rate type||Fixed|
|Same day funding available|
|Same day funding note||Free transfer of funds.|
|Instant decisions in most cases|
|Soft-search facility available|
|Overpay without penalty|
|Concurrent loans allowed|
|Topping-up pays off existing loan and initiates a new loan|
|Repayment methods||Direct Debit|
Am I eligible?
|Available to||Existing Customers only|
|Age||18 or over|
|Credit profiles||Good, Fair|
How do I apply?
Unsurprisingly, you can only apply for a Premier Account Customer Barclayloan if you are a Barclays Premier customer. To become one, you need to either have an annual income of at least £75,000 paid into your Barclays current account or have at least £100,000 saved or invested with Barclays.
If you fulfil these conditions, applying for a personal loan online is fairly easy:
Taking a personal loan is a big financial decision and there are a bunch of factors to consider, so if you’d rather talk it through with someone from Barclays first, you can either call them on the phone or simply pop into a branch.