Tuesday, March 24, 2009

$75 Bonus for PNC Bank

PNC's $75 offer is back!

Want to know more about Bank Offers and see all current that are available? Click here or go to my Bank Offers button in the left menu bar.

Just want to get your feet wet and not worry about Direct Deposits, etc? Sharebuilder ( $25 ), ING Direct ( $25) or College Advantage ( $25 ) are all good ones to begin with when starting.

In fact, for everyone who sent requests for invites to ING Direct or College Advantage, I have sent them all out as of this evening. SOOO, if you didn't get yours, please email me again. Your request may have gone to my bulk/spam folder.

Now, on to this weeks bonuses:

$75 PNC Bank
  • Click here to access bonus
  • Must open new account before April 4th, 2009
  • Set up direct deposit of $500 or more by May 29th, 2009
  • Money will be deposited within 7 days of direct deposit

Please make sure to read thru all the terms, as those are the highlights!

And, don't forget to check out their Virtual Wallet once you open your account. It is a very nice benefit.



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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

By "invitation", do you mean referral? Is that necessary; or could one just as simply go to the ING site, sign up, and receive $25 just the same without a "middle man"?

Shawna said...

The PNC Bank Offer is awesome. I did it last month, and it was super easy!

TIFFANY said...

WHAT IS A DIRECT DEPOSIT. iF I AM NOT WORKING AND NOT HAVING A DEPOSIT. CAN I STILL DO THE DEAL AND HOW?

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

You can sign up right at their site, but they only give the $25 bonus if referred via a friend.

Once in a while, they will also have bonus codes as well. They usually mail these to you in the mail.

It is still a good savings account ( I have had a good experience with them ), so even without the $25, it is a good program, if you don't want to be referred.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Tiffany,

Unfortunately, not. Unless you are getting payments from the government, you can have that directed there and it should qualify ( Social Security, etc ).

Call PNC to verify if you do receive any type of government payments.

If you don't have that option, you may want to try the Sharebuilder, ING Direct and College Advantage offers. They do not require direct deposit. They are not worth as much, but together they add up to $75.

ING Direct requires $250 opening balance. Sharebuilder has no minimum, just that you complete a trade of any value and College Advantage requires $25 opening balance.

Coral said...

Is it a one time direct deposit from another bank, or does it have to be continual payroll direct deposit. My employer does not do direct deposit - it's hard to find a bank offer now that doesn't require it.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Coral,

My understanding is that you need to do a direct deposit and 7 days later they give you your bonus.

It doesn't mention it being ongoing, but you may want to call them to check.

Christine said...

I think my email requesting an ING invite keeps getting lost. Could you send me one please? I really appreciate it.

konkles AT gmail DOT com

 
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