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IDFC FIRST Bank’s Vishesh Savings Account gives you access to some amazing benefits. When it comes to your finances, you need a strong and secure banking partner. Read More
Secure your finances and enjoy the many benefits such as Personal Accidental Insurance Cover of ₹2 lakhs*, Online Fraud protection of ₹2 lakhs*, Daily ATM withdrawal limit of ₹50,000 and POS limit of ₹1 lakh, and much more with IDFC FIRST Bank Vishesh Savings Account.Read Less
Monthly Interest Credit on your Savings Accounts
Interest earned on your balance is credited to your account on a monthly basis.
For the convenience of our customers, the Bank will credit interest to customers’ savings accounts on a monthly basis. The earlier facility of interest credit on quarterly basis on savings accounts will be discontinued from June 30, 2021. The Bank is among the few in the industry to offer monthly interest credit on savings accounts.
A minimum amount of ₹5,000 is required to open a Vishesh savings account with IDFC FIRST Bank. You can choose to open an account with higher amount to get better interest earned.
The average monthly balance required is ₹5,000. Please click here to see the applicable Schedule of Charges.
Vishesh Platinum Rupay Debit Card
· Get ₹2 lakh of online fraud cover
· Personal accidental insurance cover of ₹2 Lakh*.
· Daily ATM withdrawal limit of ₹50,000 and POS limit of ₹1 lakh
· ₹25 cashback on train ticket booking through irctc.co.in
· Host of other exciting offers and cashback on Vishesh Platinum Debit Cards
IDFC FIRST Bank's Vishesh Savings Account is our testament to putting our customers first. We offer 5% p.a on Vishesh Savings account.
What's more, you earn this interest on progressive balances in each interest rate slab, as applicable. That means you earn every single day. We pay out this interest every month.
Hurry! Make the most of this unique opportunity. Click here to know more.
Please note that interest rates are subject to periodic change.