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The Benefits

  • No account fees
  • No minimum balance
  • Ideal for savings you don't need to access immediately
  • No fixed term; just schedule your transfers and wait out your 60 days notice period
  • Interest is calculated daily and paid monthly
  • Variable interest rate
  • Choose to have your monthly interest paid into any of your on-call Rabobank online savings accounts, or keep it in your NoticeSaver
  • Add to your savings whenever you like
  • Earn a return and help grow a better New Zealand

The Details

A NoticeSaver account requires you to provide 60 days notice each time you wish to make a withdrawal, this allows you to grow your savings, and ‘harvest’ the funds when you need it.

The notice period is the amount of time you have to wait each time you wish to withdraw funds from your NoticeSaver.

To give notice, you just log in and set up a transfer for the amount you'd like to withdraw. Your transfer will automatically happen on the next business day after the 60 day notice period has passed. The best part is you'll still be earning the NoticeSaver interest rate right up until your money is withdrawn.

You can cancel a notice instruction any time up until the last business day before the transfer is due.

You can't access NoticeSaver funds until 60 days after you have given a withdrawal notice. The only exception is if you are facing financial hardship. If you don't think you can wait 60 days, another one of our great products such as PremiumSaver might suit you better. 

Opening a NoticeSaver is easy. Existing customers can log in and open a NoticeSaver with just a few clicks.








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More questions? Take a look at our frequently asked questions below.







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Other savings options

Term Deposit

Start with as little as $1,000 and choose a term that suits you from 1 month up to 5 years.

Earn up to

4.75%p.a.

  • Fixed interest rate and term
  • Minimum Term Deposit amount of only $1000
  • Option for regular interest payments on terms 1 year and over

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PremiumSaver

Earn a premium interest rate if you increase your balance by $50 per month.*

Variable rate up to

2.30%p.a.

  • Premium interest for growing your savings up to $100k*
  • Money is on call
  • No account fees or minimum balance

Learn more

RaboSaver

RaboSaver makes it easy to move money around your accounts.

Interest Rate

1.90%p.a.

  • Interest calculated daily, paid monthly
  • No account fees or minimum balance
  • Unlimited deposits & withdrawals

Learn more


* If the required $50 monthly balance increase excluding interest paid during that month is achieved. The standard RaboSaver rate applies to the portion of the PremiumSaver balance over $100,000 and up to $5 million. If the required $50 monthly balance increase is not achieved, a rate of 1.50% p.a. will apply to the total PremiumSaver balance for that month up to $5 million.


Frequently Asked Questions

What if I need funds in a hurry but haven't given 60 days’ notice?

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To make a withdrawal from NoticeSaver you will need to load a transfer request and wait the 60 day notice period before receiving your funds. For this reason, we suggest that you keep some funds in your RaboSaver account in case you need them in a hurry.

If you are suffering from financial hardship, you can apply for the early release of your funds by completing our Financial Hardship Declaration and providing evidence of the hardship. We will consider your application and advise you if it has been accepted.

See the Financial Hardship Declaration for examples of hardship and the type of evidence required.

How often is interest paid on a NoticeSaver account?

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Interest is calculated daily and paid on the last business day of each month. You can choose to have your interest paid back into NoticeSaver, or one of your other Rabobank Online Savings accounts.

How do I close my NoticeSaver account?

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Before you can close your NoticeSaver account you will need to withdraw all the funds.
To make a withdrawal:
  1. Click 'Transfers'
  2. Select your NoticeSaver in the 'From Account' field
  3. Choose where you would like the funds paid to
  4. Enter the amount
  5. Click continue
  6. Confirm the transfer with your Digipass
Once the 60 day notice period has ended and the funds have been withdrawn, you can call us on 0800 22 44 33 or send a secure message instructing us to close the account by clicking on the envelope icon (top right hand corner) to open secure message. We will transfer any interest earned during the 60 day notice period to your RaboSaver account when the NoticeSaver account is closed.

How many notice withdrawal instructions can I place?

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There's no limit on the number of notice instructions you can place as long as you have sufficient cleared and available funds in the account.