Prepare yourself for life after lockdown with the Get Ready Loan*! Our new loan is designed for anything you can dream of and comes with an amazing rate of just 5.5%** on amounts between €20,000 - €70,000! Whether it’s a once-in-a-lifetime adventure or a brand new kitchen, our Get Ready loan is here to support you as we get back to a ‘new normal’.


Market Leading rate of 5.5% variable


Loan term of up to 10 years


Flexible repayment schedule


Free loan insurance

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APR 5.64% Interest Rate 5.5%

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APR = Annual Percentage Rate

The repayment amount above is an indicative figure only.

*The Get Ready loan is available to members who currently do not have a loan with Savvi (with the following exception detailed below).

Exception: For existing borrowers, this loan is available once less than 20% of the new loan is funding the repayment of existing debt with Savvi e.g. a member has a loan of €3,000 with Savvi and is looking to take out a new ‘Get Ready Loan’ of €20,000 of which €3,000 is going to clear the existing loan. This is allowable as it represents 15% funding and is below the 20% threshold.

*Representative Example:

*Rep Example: Representative €20,000 loan repayable over 7 years. Rate of interest 5.5% per annum variable. APR (Annual Percentage Rate) 5.64%. 84 monthly repayments of €287.40 per month. Total amount payable is €24,141.67.

What is a Representative Example?

A representative example is a term used in financial regulations. The example will help to show you the typical costs associated with a loan for a certain amount.

Whilst every care has been made in the production of this information, the Credit Union or any of its staff, cannot be held responsible for omissions, errors or other mistakes made. This web page is for illustrative purposes only, so as to give you, the borrower, an overview of the potential cost of borrowing.

Loans are subject to approval. Terms & Conditions apply.

Warning- If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating which may limit your ability to access credit in the future.