Bank of Ireland

About Bank of Ireland (UK)

The Bank of Ireland (UK) is part of the Bank of Ireland Group, the leading retail bank in Ireland since 1783, the year it was founded.
The Bank of Ireland UK has an unrivaled distribution network in Great Britain through its exclusive financial services partnership with the Post Office for more than 10 years, which serves over 3 million customers, and with the AA.

Credit Cards

If you have the Post Office Matched MasterCard, the Balance Transfer MasterCard or the Platinum MasterCard there is no cash fee on travel money bought at the Post Office by credit card. You can use any of the credit cards issued by Bank of Ireland to make payments through Billhop. Paying your bills has never been so easy, even to recipients who usually don't accept credit cards. Find out more about Billhop here.

Queen's Affinity Card

The Queen's Affinity Card has a 0% interest on purchases for 3 months from the account opening, thereafter 17.9% (variable) and 0% on Balance Transfers for up to 9 months from account opening date, thereafter 17.9% (variable). This card has no annual fee and the Queen's University will receive a one-off payment for every approved account and further contributions for every retail purchase.

Student Credit Card

The Student Credit Card has a 0% interest on purchases for 6 months from the account opening, thereafter 17.9% (variable) and no annual fee. This card is especially thought for students.

Ulster Rugby MasterCard

The Ulster Rugby MasterCard has a 0% interest on purchases for 6 months from the account opening, thereafter 17.9% (variable) and 0% on Balance Transfers for up to 6 months from account opening date, thereafter 17.9% (variable). This card has no annual fee and Ulster Rugby will receive a one-off payment for every approved account and further contributions for every retail purchase.
Read more about how to get started and pay your bills and invoices with Billhop.