Getting started with your bank account
Sending and saving money has never been easier. Keep your money safe with online banking and the Sparkasse app. Enjoy excellent conditions, a wide variety of services and even expert advice at your Berliner Sparkasse.
You have any questions? We'll be happy to advise you in person, so book an appointment online or simply give us a call.
Documents needed to open your bank account
Additional documents for students:
Important information: Please note that the contract language is German. A consultation in your native language is not always possible. If required, you should bring someone along to translate.
Currently Berliner Sparkasse does not offer one of these accounts.
Basic Feature of your current account
For those who like to travel or shop online. With Berliner Sparkasse credit cards, this is simple and, above all, secure. Here you will find an overview of both variants.
Important note: In contrast to many other countries, Germany has two bank cards. These two cards have different functions and you should pay attention to which card you use where to avoid fees.
Online-Banking and Apps
Use online-banking and have full control over your bank account. No matter when and where, you always know what is going on, even on holidays. Safe and secure access from your PC, smartphone or tablet computer is assured.
Keep track of your finances when and wherever you need to. With many services and features.
Get the TAN that you need for your banking directly to your mobile phone.
Internet safety: All it takes to make your online banking as safe as possible and to protect your account from unauthorised access is staying on top of the latest safety alerts and following a few simple rules.
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