Best Sort Codes in the UK
April 30, 2013
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Want to open a bank account in the UK? Well if you’re a bit of a number nerd you might want to plan ahead which bank and branch to visit to open your account in.
This is because the bank/branch is allocated a Sort Code – a 6 digit number made up of 3 pairs of digits – and there are some visually interesting combinations. Once you are allocated your first ever account number all subsequent accounts you open will generally come from the same branch – so it pays to choose carefully which sort code you want for a long time!
A great site to pick through (if it still exists at the time you read this) is http://sortcode.a1feeds.com/.
Some interesting sort codes and branches are:
||Acton High Street, London
||Fenchurch Street, London
||Kensington High Street, London
||Kilburn High Road, London
||Queens Arcade, Cardiff
||Hounslow High Street, London
||Commercial Way, Woking
||Westminster House, Gibraltar