Features and benefits
- Choose whether to add someone to your existing account, or to open an extra joint account.
- Each person gets a Visa debit card and can request a cheque book, if it is available with the main account.
- Each person can make withdrawals, write cheques, apply for an arranged overdraft or use cash machines without needing the approval of the other.
- It's easy to move money between your different accounts.
Keep in mind
- Under 19, Student and Graduate accounts cannot be held in joint accounts.
- Both people named on the account are individually and jointly responsible for any debts on the joint account.
- Credit reference agencies frequently create a financial link or association between people who have a joint account; meaning the financial situation of the other person on the account could affect your credit rating.
Online and in branch
You have two options when you are looking to apply to open a joint account:
- One of you can get the process started by opening an account online. You will both then need to pop into branch to make it a joint account.
- Both of you can open your joint account from start to finish at one of our branches.
For either option, we recommend booking an appointment at your local branch. You can also book by calling us on 0345 300 0000Call 0345 300 0000 (+44 1733 347 007Call +44 1733 347 007 from outside the UK). Lines are open 7am - 11pm, 7 days a week.
If you already bank with us please bring your bank card or another form of identification with you. If neither of you are an existing Lloyds Bank current account holder, you’ll need to bring proof of identity.
At your local branch
If you already have a current account with Lloyds Bank, you can add a second person at your local branch.
Book an appointment at your local branch and a member of staff will help you add the second person from start to finish. Make sure you come in together.
If you already bank with us please bring your bank card or another form of identification with you.
If the other person isn’t an existing Lloyds Bank current account holder, they’ll need to bring proof of identity and proof of address.
Closing a joint account
If you’d like to close your joint account, you can let us know:
Removing someone from your account
If you’d like to remove someone from your joint account you can let us know:
- by going to your local branch
No appointment is necessary, unless a new arranged overdraft facility is needed after the account has been converted to a sole account.
Important legal information
Lloyds Bank plc. Registered office: 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN. Registered in England and Wales No. 2065. Lloyds Bank plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under registration number 119278.
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