Better service for Varðan members

Varðan members gain a good overview of their finances through personal service and receive various benefits while utilising Landsbankinn's products. Varðan is Landsbankinn's loyalty programme for reliable customers who are punctual with their payments. Customers enjoy benefits from taking their complete banking business to Landsbankinn, receive personal advice, services on preferred terms and a variety of other benefits.

Among benefits to Varðan members:

  • Favourable terms on wage accounts
  • Asset management
  • No annual fee on gold debit card
  • Higher overdraft authorisation
  • Earning benefits
  • Discount on borrowing charge
  • Credit assessment free of charge*
  • 50% discount on Landsbankinn's gift certificate
  • Special terms on card reader
  • Preferred terms for auto financing
  • Payment service
  • 15% discount on commission when purchasing Landsbréf funds
  • Offers from partners
  • Welcome gift

How do I apply for Varðan membership?

Upon reaching 25 years of age, customers are classified according to their banking business record, scope of business and activity. Those customers who do all of their banking with Landsbankinn, make payments on time and have a good banking business history are automatically enrolled as Varðan members.

  • Regular savings
  • Savings account
  • Fasteignagrunnur savings account
  • Vaxtareikningur Varðan 60, premium rate account
  • Payment equalisation
  • Savings account for children of Varðan members
  • Real estate or housing loan
  • Loans 

Customer service advisor

A dedicated customer service advisor ensures that members enjoy a good and personal relationship with the bank. Members of Varðan can request a personal service advisor at their local branch or by calling (+354) 410 4000.

* All Landsbankinn loans with the exception of housing and real estate loans

Gift that brings future rewards

Landsbankinn encourages good savings habits. Children of active Varðan and Náman members are offered a gift of ISK 5000 deposited to a Framtíðargrunnur savings account opened in their name in their first year of life.