YOUTH AND TEENAGE ACCOUNTS.

A LITTLE HELP WITH MANAGING YOUR FINANCES.

AND A LITTLE HELP FOR YOUR PARENTS TOO.

Want to get your finances off to a flying start?

Tailored for teens aged 11 to 17 years, the Expresscash account can help you make the most of your pocket money.

Apply for an Expresscash Account

11-12 year olds
A parent or guardian must be with you when you open your account or if you apply for more services. You cannot apply online and can only apply for an Expresscash account in branch. You’ll need to bring:-

  • Proof of ID (such as passport or UK birth certificate)
  • Proof of your parent/guardian’s identity and address (such as a utility bill dated in the last 6 months)

13-15 year olds
A parent or guardian must be with you when you open your account or if you apply for more services. Apply online today, then go into a Halifax branch with a parent or guardian. You’ll need to bring:-

  • Proof of ID (such as passport or UK birth certificate)
  • Proof of your parent/guardian’s identity and address (such as a utility bill dated in the last 6 months)

16-17 year olds
Apply online today then go into a Halifax branch. You don’t need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian, but you’ll need to bring:

  • Proof of ID (such as passport or UK birth certificate)
  • Proof of address (such as a letter from your School/College/Educational Institution)

Apply for a new account

You may need to go into a Halifax branch to provide ID, see above for details.

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Please note: You might need a parent/guardian present when providing ID depending upon your age.

Top reasons for using your Visa Debit card with contactless

  • Accepted worldwide wherever you see the Visa Debit sign
  • Safe and secure alternative to carrying cash
  • Security and protection against fraud and issues with goods bought from retailers
  • Control - every purchase itemised on your statement

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We've got loads more information to help you with savings, borrowing, spending and making sure your money is kept safe and secure. Just take a look at our money basics section.

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