At your local Post Office®
For when you need to pay in cash or cheques, withdraw money or get an up-to-date balance, you can use any Post Office as well as Santander cash machines.
With 11,500 Post Office branches nationwide, you have a convenient place to:
deposit cash and cheques
find out your balance
Notes should be presented in bundles, neatly stacked, by denomination.
Coins, for denominations of 50p and below, will only be accepted in full coin sachets, as below.
£1 and £2 coins must also be deposited in sachets (and in full sachets of £20 wherever possible), but post office branches will continue to accept £1 and £2 coins which don’t make up a full sachet.
You must not mix denominations in any sachet.
You may obtain supplies of coin sachets from Initial Packaging on 0330 123 0720.
You may use your debit card or cash deposit card to deposit cash at the Post Office. Your card may be swiped or you may be asked to insert it into a card reader. The cash is instantly deposited in your account and recorded on our system, and you’ll be given a receipt.
From 26 August 2018 you must use a new-design Post Office cheque deposit envelope to deposit cheques into your account. You’ll need to use a separate paying-in slip and envelope for each batch of 10 cheques.
Find your nearest Post Office and see opening hours
Services, levels of deposit & withdrawal and opening hours for individual Post Office branches within the Post Office Network may vary and Isle of Man and British Forces branches can’t be used by Santander business customers. You should discuss with your local Post Office branch to ensure that it is able to service your needs.
While we don't offer branch counter access on business bank accounts, you can do many day-to-day transactions through our cash machines, including:
withdrawing cash up to £500
paying money in at selected machines
checking your balance.
To see the full range of services available, choose 'Other Services' next time you use a Santander cash machine.