North Shore Bank is offering a $150 Checking Bonus for new customers who open a new account by 5/15/2013 with direct deposit for the next 15 months or get $10 monthly for 10 debit card transactions. When opening the account online, make sure to use the promo code “April 150“. Limit 1 new checking bonus per household per year. Not valid with other offers. Direct Deposit must be payroll, Social Security, pension or other government benefits. $25 initial deposit required with direct deposit to open checking account, otherwise $50. For tax purposes, a 1099 form may be issued. Personal accounts only.
Please Note: This offer from North Shore Bank is only available throughout Wisconsin.
How to Earn Your $150 Bonus:
- Open a new checking account by 5/15/2013
- Establish a direct deposit for the next 15 months to receive $150
- Or do 10 debit card transactions for $10 bonus each month for up to $150 bonus.
Again, residents of Wisconsin can take advantage of this great $150 checking account bonus from North Shore Bank! Sign up for a free checking account and earn up to $150 cash bonus. This valuable bonus will only be available to those of you who sign up for an account by 5/15/2013, so hurry and start earning today! Find more of the best bank bonuses!
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