Monday, November 17, 2008

$150 Bonus for National City Bank

Over the last few months, National City Bank has offered a $150 Bonus, then last month...a $200 bonus, and now they have another $150 Bonus for all of you who missed the first two.

For all my new readers, Bank Offers are a GREAT way to make some extra money. I have made almost $700 in free money from the banks this year. Click here to read the details behind Bank Offers and see links to many companies right now or you can click on the Bank Offers button in the left menu bar.

National City Bank's $150 Bonus is a bit different this time. Instead of them funding the money into your checking account, they will send you a $150 VISA gift card.

  • Expires December 31st, 2008
  • New Accounts, 1 per Household ( cannot have closed a National City Bank account in the last 60 days )
  • Open your checking with a $50 minimum deposit.
    Have a direct deposit of $250 put into your account within 60 days of opening via their Switch Service, available by calling 1-866-622-3948
  • Have a Visa Check Card issued to you and make at least 10 purchases within those 60 days
  • $150 is shipped 60 days after all conditions have been met
  • Click here to register

Thanks to Tara for letting me know National City updated their deal!

Meanwhile, don't forget about all the other great deals out there. As I mentioned above, you can find them anytime by clicking the Bank Offers button. Or, here is a quick list:


Renee said...

Do you ever sign up for bank offers that do a hard pull? Do you know if National City does a hard pull or soft pull on a credit file?


Carrie @ said...


I don't normaly do hard pulls. I stick to soft pulls, UNLESS the offer is unbelievable.

When I did National City the month before, I was told it was a soft pull by the bank.

But, I always advise my readers to call themselves, too, just to verify.

Debbie said...

Hey Carrie,

Just a head up here, but I just spoke with National City. They said it HAS to be a direct deposit of your PAYROLL CHECK (or SS or disability). You can't just direct deposit any 'ole $250 in there. It has to be your actual paycheck.

That throws a monkey wrench into the deal!

Too bad, though, because this was a great way to make $150.

:) Debbie

Heather said...

Hey Carrie, I ran into the same problem as Debbie did.

My husband's company does not have direct deposit so I was told I did not qualify for the offer.

Thanks for sharing this deal with us.

It would have been nice to have since I just lost my job!

Keep the deals coming!