Through our relationship with Post Office, customers with a Danske Bank Debit Mastercard can withdraw and deposit cash and check their account balance at any Post Office in UK. Customers can also lodge cheques to their Danske Bank account in all Post Offices in Northern Ireland.
You can find the opening hours and services of your closest Post Office branch by using their Post Office branch finder . Please read the information below to make sure you bring what you need with you.
How it works
To lodge cash at a Post Office® you will need your Danske Bank Debit Mastercard.
Currently, personal and business customers can lodge a maximum value of £20,000 cash in one transaction and a maximum of £250 in coins although lower single deposit levels may be in place at some Post Office® branches.
With effect from 5 October 2021, the amount personal customers can lodge at a Post Office counter will reduce to a maximum value of £5,000 cash in one transaction and a maximum of £250 in coins although lower single deposit levels may be in place at some Post Office® branches. There is no change for business customers.
Cash credited to your account will be available for withdrawal immediately. The value date will also be the same day that you made the lodgement. Although your available balance will be adjusted immediately, the entry date which appears on your statement will be the next business day.
Cash withdrawal and balance enquiry
To withdraw cash at the Post Office or to request a balance enquiry, you will need your Danske Bank Debit Mastercard.
You can withdraw up to £500 per transaction subject to your card/account limits and availability of funds. You may withdraw funds in multiples of £0.01.
When you withdraw cash at the Post Office, your available balance will be adjusted immediately. The value date and entry date will be the next business day.
To lodge cheques at the Post Office you need a pre-printed lodgement slip for your Danske Bank account and a Danske Bank Cheque Deposit envelope.
This will not be processed by the Post Office but will be sent overnight to us for processing on the next business day. The normal cheque clearing cycle begins when we process the lodgements.
When you are using the Post Office you will be required to make separate cash and cheque lodgements.
Cheque lodgements will need to be with the Post Office about 15 minutes before the last collection time to allow them to be included in the individual branch’s final mail collection. Please contact your local branch for times.
For business customers using the deposit services, the charges that apply are the same as if you made the lodgement at a ‘Cash Drop’ in one of our branches.