I`m planing on opening a new savings account with a bank but haven't choose one yet. A few month back I remember reading that some banks give out bonuses for opening new accounts with them. I currently have a BOA Student account.
Does anybody know of a bank that is offering good bonuses?
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If you want bonuses, check out internet-only banks. Brick-and-mortar locals are less likely to offer these sign-on bonuses. So long as they're FDIC insured, internet-only banks are just as good as the bank in the storefront down the street.
Chase sends me a $150 sign up bonus with every bill (Marriott and CSP). I have to have the account open for six months and $3000 I think avoid monthly fees. I've never taken advantage of them and don't really plan to. Not sure if these are transferable or what but I'm sure you could find one or I can send you one.
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