How to Minimise Transaction Fees*
'A Way to Bank Free of Maintenance and Transaction Fees' offers personal current account customers the opportunity to qualify for maintenance and transaction free banking. Click here to see how you can qualify.
If you don't qualify for maintenance and transaction free banking, you can still reduce the level of your fees by using automated/self service transactions whenever possible:
Alternatively you can now pay a wide range of bills by direct debit for example; utilities, insurance, mortgages, subscriptions etc. This will save you money and ensure that your bills are always paid on time.
You may incur an unpaid charge if cheques, direct debits or standing orders, presented for payment on your account, are returned unpaid because of insufficient balance on the account (unpaid items). There may be other reasons for this, for example where a cheque hasn’t been signed. Avoid this by ensuring you have enough money in your account before your payment is taken so you don’t incur an unpaid charge. Learn more about Direct Debits and Standing Orders.
Use an AIB Credit card to pay for goods and services in over 40,000 outlets in Ireland. When you receive your credit card statement, you can clear your account using AIB Phone & Internet Banking** or by direct debit.
* Certain other charges may still apply; see 'A Guide to Fees and Charges for Personal Accounts'
** AIB Phone & Internet Banking includes AIB Phone Banking, AIB Internet Banking (AIB Tablet Banking and AIB Mobile Banking)
Terms and Conditions apply.