Monday, June 2, 2008

$100 Free from Key Bank

Once again, another great bank offer. I signed up this evening, and have been really pleased with all the money available through banks right now. I wonder, are they trying to get some of our stimulus check money in their institutes? I am sure.

Here are the details.

  • Currently, Key Bank is offering a $100 Key Mastercard ( loaded...so you can spend like a gift card ) to new Key Express Free Checking account members.
  • You will need to make 2 $100 direct deposits by August 15th to qualify. But, there is no minimum opening amount ( unless you do this online...then you need to deposit $50...I did it with a credit card so I will earn money on the credit card purchase, too ).
  • You must open by June 13th, so you don't have much time.
  • Your $100 will arrive within 90 days from meeting requirements.
  • If you close your account within 180 days, you will be charged a $25 closing fee, so I would recommend just leaving the account open until after your 180 day mark.

To read my original post about Bank Offers, click here.

Interested in signing up for this offer? Click here to sign up online. Or, you can visit your local Key Bank. Finally, you can also call 1-877-888-3659.

4 comments:

Kookaburra said...

Sounds great!

Do you have an affiliate link to click through for this? Didn't see a link in the post.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Thanks for letting me know.

Actually, I wasn't able to find an affiliate program for them ( if anyone knows of one...let me know ), but I did update the post with the link to the site for you.

Tricia said...

I applied (on-line) and was approved for a checking account but have yet to receive any account info. Should I expect that in my e-mail or real mail?

I see that they have already withdrawn the deposit from my other checking account.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Hi Tricia,

I did not get my information via email. Everything came via standard mail, and it seemed to take about a week and a half.

With it came documentation, about 5 checks you can use ( you can order more if you like..I didn't ), etc.

Once that arrives, you can then set your direct deposit up. Until then, you really don't have the account #'s etc to set everything up yet.

If you need to do it sooner, you could probably call them to get your information if you need it.

Carrie

 
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