For those who are Life Time Fitness members, Associated Bank is offering up to $150 cash bonus for opening a new checking account for residents of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota. Make sure to this Associated Bank Lifetime fitness coupon especially if you are living in the Twin Cities.
Associated Bank Life Time Fitness Member Bonus:
- Earn $50 with a minimum of 2 direct deposits of $100 or more within the first 60 days.
- Earn $50 when you enroll in Online Bill Pay and complete 3 transactions within the first 60 days.
- Earn $50 when you make 5 or more debit card purchases within the first 60 days.
According to the terms and conditions, this offer is good for those without an Associated Bank account within the last 60 days. Only 1 bonus per household and doesn’t apply to Student Checking account. Make sure to deposit $100 within 100 days of account opening. Even if you are not a Life Time fitness member, you can call your local branch to inquire about the $150 cash bonus to qualify. There is also this Packers Jersey Promotion for those who are living in Wisconsin. Print out this coupon today to get your $150 Associated Bank bonus!
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