What is an account number?
Your account number is a unique eight-digit code that identifies your personal bank account.
You can find it in lots of places, including on your debit card and in the mobile banking app, your bank statements and on printed cheques.
Find out more about account numbers below.
The unique card number is the 16-digit code displayed on the front of all debit cards.
You'll find the cardholder's name at the bottom of the card, above the sort code and account number.
The expiry date is the second date displayed above the cardholder name. It is usually set at four years from the date your card is valid from. Dates are written in months and years.
Your account number is the second set of numbers displayed at the very bottom of the card.
The unique security code is displayed on the back of the card, just above your signature. It consists of three digits.
The sort code is the six-digit number displayed in the bottom left of the card. It is separated into three sets of two numbers, with hyphens in between.
Did you know that you can view your card details in the app?