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It’s holiday time!

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Whatever floats your boat – We’ve a holiday loan to suit all budgets.

Just imagine the warm water tickling your toes, the sound of the waves lapping over the sand and the heat of the sun wiping the thoughts of our cold snow filled winter from your mind. You’re already there! Just think about the possibilities..
We know summer holidays mean different things to different people. So, whether it’s a week in the sun, a weekend trip or long distance travel – talk to Waterford Credit Union about your holiday loan today.

Why choose Waterford Credit Union?

  • Excellent interest rate – 9.99% (10.46% APR*)
  • Flexible repayment options
  • Full online banking
  • High loan approval rating – over 96%
  • No transaction fees
  • No penalties for early repayments
  • Free loan protection insurance
  •  Potential interest loan rebate


Typical Loan Examples

Loan Amount Weekly Repayments over 1 year
€2,000 €40.46
€3,000 €60.68
€5,000 €101.13


Representative Example

€2,000 borrowed over 1 year at a variable rate of 9.99% (APR 10.46%) equates to 52 weekly repayments of €40.46 and a total repayable of €2,103.09.


It’s easy to apply for a loan

  • Call – 051 861616
  • Click – waterfordcu.ie/loans
  • Come in – Parnell Street or Upper Grange
  • Email – phaloan@waterfordcu.ie


Waterford Credit Union is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland, T&C’s apply.

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