Protect your valuables for less, with a safe deposit box.
Offer available to eligible customers taking out a new safe deposit box from our New Oxford Street branch, London. Only available from 3rd December 2018 to 31st May 2019. Terms and conditions apply.
A safe deposit box is a safe place where you’re able to keep belongings that can’t be replaced or that hold sentimental value. At our New Oxford Street branch, we have three safe deposit box sizes to choose from, each with a simple, annual fee.
You choose what you want to protect in our secure vault – people typically keep things like jewellery, gold, family heirlooms and documents safe with us. Restrictions apply*.
Watch to find out more about our state-of-the-art safe deposit boxes:
Access your valuables as many times as you like during our extended opening hours. Just pop in when it suits you – no appointment, no hassle.
Only available at our new branch:
118–132 New Oxford Street, London, WC1A 1HL
We’ve got a modern approach to a traditional service. All of our boxes are secured using the latest fingerprint technology. What’s more, your box is robotically delivered to a private viewing room, meaning you’ll never need to venture into the vault.
Every box is protected by four levels of security as standard:
Once you’re all set up, it’s a simple to use self-service system. Our colleagues will be on hand if you need any help along the way.
Get 50% off your first year’s annual safe deposit box hire fee by registering your interest below.
This offer is available to eligible customers taking out a new safe deposit box from our New Oxford Street branch, London, between the 3rd December 2018 to 31st May 2019. Terms and conditions apply.
Subject to availability.
£200 per year
Now £100 in the first year
Perfect for items such as jewellery, antique coins and USB drives
£325 per year
Now £162.50 in the first year
Ideal for important documents and small collections of valuables
£475 per year
Now £237.50 in the first year
Suitable for bigger collections of valuables or single large items
All other costs and fees associated with the hiring of the Safe Deposit Box and the Safe Deposit Box Terms and Conditions remain the same.
To understand how the personal information you give us will be used, we strongly advise that you read our Privacy Statement or you can ask us for a copy.
Firstly, you need to check that you meet our Halifax safe deposit box eligibility criteria. If you do, continue to register your details on the form below and one of our friendly colleagues will call you back to make an appointment. You’ll need to complete your safe deposit box application face-to-face with a colleague at our Halifax New Oxford Street, London, branch. Please don’t forget to bring a form of ID with you.
There are lots of things people chose to keep in their safe deposit box, but most tend to store possessions that are impossible to replace or hold sentimental value. A few examples include:
There are various items that you’re unable to store within our Halifax safe deposit boxes. These include items such as your will, bank notes or coins still in circulation, living organisms, or any items that are illegal or the proceeds of crime. You can find the full list of prohibited items within Condition 6 of our safe deposit box Ts&Cs (PDF).
To ensure your valuables are as safe as possible, our safe deposit boxes can be held in the name of one person only, so if the safe deposit box is in your name, only you may access the viewing room and box. There are limited exceptions to this rule, which are covered in our full Ts&Cs (PDF) if you’d like to find out more. The safe deposit box can only be accessed at our New Oxford Street branch during its opening hours.
Our safe deposit boxes come in three different sizes:
There are three different prices, depending on what size safe deposit box you choose:
All prices are inclusive of VAT.
There is only one simple, annual fee for hiring a safe deposit box. This fee depends on the size of the safe deposit box you choose.
There are a few other instances where you may be charged additional costs. For example, if we are required to drill into the safe deposit box lock, because you’ve lost the keys or you don’t return both keys to us at the end of the hire period. Read through our full Ts&Cs (PDF) for more information.
If you lose the keys to your safe deposit box, we will need to drill into the box to unlock it and then replace it with a new lock and keys. You may be required to cover the costs involved in this. A new set of keys can then be provided. Read condition 16 of our Ts&Cs (PDF) for more information.
We don’t provide insurance cover for items stored within a safe deposit box. Our boxes are not an alternative to insurance, so it’s important to consider whether you have adequate insurance before storing any valuables with us. You should consider getting items such as jewellery valued before you take out insurance to ensure you’re covered for their full replacement value.
Halifax offers cover options which can be added to a home contents insurance policy for an additional cost and protects items temporarily away from the home. Find out more about our Home Insurance. To help make insurance claims easier, we’d recommend documenting the contents of your safe deposit box. For example, where possible, you should save purchase receipts, keep photocopies of your original documents at home and take photo evidence of the items you’ve stored with us.
Our Halifax safe deposit boxes provide state-of-the-art security for your valuables; however, if the worst were to happen, then except in the limited circumstances set out in our Ts&Cs (PDF), items are stored at your sole risk.
We don’t offer a jewellery valuation service, but there are many jewellers on the high street that can arrange a professional valuation for you. It’s worth bearing in mind that they usually charge for this service.
If you die, the person administering your estate will need to produce Grant of Representation before they can remove any items from your safe deposit box. Read condition 13 of our full Ts&Cs (PDF).
Halifax safe deposit boxes aren’t waterproof. You should use waterproof packaging if, you think your items could be harmed by water. It’s worth noting that we won’t be liable for any damage to items stored in the safe deposit box caused by any acts outside our reasonable control (‘force majeure events’), such as storm damage. Read our full Ts&Cs for more information.