Premier is the banking service designed to help you enjoy life and feel good about your finances. Being a Premier customer means you have a team of experts taking care of all things financial, leaving you free to concentrate on life’s more important matters.

Premier gives you a personalised banking experience with priority service including our dedicated Premier team, 24/7 assistance, Premier Black Visa Debit Card and more.

We’re here to help you with everything – from everyday banking, personal lending and foreign exchange to advice and specialist information.

Premier is available to customers at no additional cost.

However, it is only offered to those who meet one of the following criteria:

Have an Individual annual gross income of €100,000 (€140,000 for joint account) paid into a Bank of Ireland current account.


Have €100,000 (or €140,000 jointly) saved or invested with Bank of Ireland.

  • How can I get a Premier Black Debit Card?

    Premier Black Visa Cards are available only to Premier customers. Email us at or call us at 0818 365 121 and we’ll check your details.

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  • Who can I speak to about Premier Banking?

    As a Premier banking customer, you can speak with Premier 24/7 on 0818 365 121 or +353 1 4044022 (outside the Republic of Ireland. If would like to become a Premier banking customer, please contact us on 1890 365 365 or fill out the form.

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  • How can I find out if I qualify?

    Premier is available only to customers who have an individual gross annual income of at least €100,000 (or a joint income of at least €140,000) that is paid into a Bank of Ireland current account, and to customers who have savings or investments of at least €100,000 with Bank of Ireland Group.

    Email us at and we’ll check your details.

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