Kilkenny Chamber Shopping Vouchers are available to purchase from the High Street office of St. Canice’s Kilkenny Credit Union. The vouchers are sold in denominations of €10, €20 and €50 and can be redeemed at participating outlets in the city. They are an ideal present for friends and family alike.
Quick Lodge Facility
The Quick Lodge facilities are located in the High Street and MacDonagh Junction offices. It is a safe and secure way of making lodgements to St. Canice’s Credit Union. There are plenty of dockets and envelopes for use and a clocking machine to record the exact date and time of payment.
A St. Canice’s Kilkenny Credit Union ATM card gives you easy access to your savings – day or night. It can be used in any AIB ATM machine nationwide. To apply for an ATM card, simply drop into one of our branches to complete an application form. We need your signature as part of the application and then your PIN will be sent by post and you can collect the card at a branch.
We have a coin counting machine which can take euro coins in any amount, the values do not need to be counted or bagged. There is a 3% commission charge for members, 10% for non-members and it’s free if you have collected coins for a registered charity and can prove this.
Cheques are free
When you have an account with us, you can have cheques issued to your desired payee; free of charge, no transaction fees means; no transaction fees.
We accept non Euro cheques for lodgement only to your account, there is no charge for this and the exchange rate is based on the rate on the day of lodgement.
SEPA (Single European Payments Account)
You can make payments to accounts with IBAN & BIC numbers in any of the 32 SEPA participating countries – the 27 EU member states, together with Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Monaco.
Electronic Payments to your CU current account
Every member can have a current account with their own unique BIC & IBAN number. You can then set up payment into your current account, most popular types of payments are wages & salaries, pension payments, social welfare payments especially children’s allowance, once off payments from friends and family such as birthday or wedding gifts.
It is advisable not to let balances build up too high on your current account, as you will not earn dividend on balances, if a dividend was to be paid at the end of the year. You can move your current account money yourself on your on-line CU account or come in and we will do it with you at the counter. Just let us know where you want the funds to go from your current account: perhaps to a loan for repayment or into your savings.
You can also use your ATM card to withdraw money from your current account. If you don’t have an ATM card yet, simply drop into one of our branches to complete an application form. We need your signature as part of the application and then your PIN will be sent by post and you can collect he card at a branch.
Electronic Payments from your CU account
You can make external payments from any account once the payment is not from an account with pledged shares against a loan you may have. You can set this up on-line yourself from your CU on-line account or come in and we can process these at the counter for you. Most popular outgoing payments are to pay utility bills, credit cards, store cards, for gifts or holiday payments. You can set up a one off or a more regular payment for the same amount for each repayment, all you need is the destination BIC & the IBAN number of the receiving account.
We have 8 branches across counties Kilkenny, Laois and Tipperary, making it easier for you to call in & transact in any one of our extended branch locations.
- High Street, Kilkenny
- The Goods Shed Square, MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre, Kilkenny
- High Street, Graignamanagh, Co. Kilkenny
- Castle Street, Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny
- Dunnamaggin, Co Kilkenny
- Mill Street, Callan, Co. Kilkenny
- Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary
- Mary Street, Durrow, Co. Laois
- Shannon Street, Mountrath, Co. Laois
- Main Street, Rathdowney, Co. Laois
Late Night & Saturday Opening
We are open late nights until
- 7pm every Friday in our MacDonagh Junction Shopping Centre, Kilkenny branch
- Until 5pm every Friday in Dunamaggin, Co. Kilkenny
- 6.30pm every Friday in Ballyragget, Co. Kilkenny
- 6pm every Friday in Durrow, Co. Laois
- 6pm on every Thursday & 7.30pm every Friday in Rathdowney, Co. Laois
We are open on Saturdays until
- 4pm in High St. and MacDonagh Junction branches, Kilkenny
- 1pm in Mountrath, Co. Laois and Callan, Co. Kilkenny
Always a person to meet, greet & help you
While we understand that many members prefer to transact over the phone or the web & CU Anywhere App: we also understand that many members prefer to do business friendly face to friendly face. With that in mind; we have no minimum value of your money which you may wish to lodge or withdraw.
We have a maximum floor cash limit of €2,000 for a withdrawal: for your security and ours.