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$100 to $125 Checking Bonus at MidFirst Bank in AZ & OK - Local Only

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MidFirst Bank is offering a checking account promotion with a cash bonus of either $100 or $125. The bank's branches in Arizona have a $125 bonus, and those in Oklahoma have a $100 bonus. Details are listed in the bank's promotions page. To qualify for the bonus, you must open a new consumer checking by 12/31/2011. Also, 3 out of 5 of the following requirements must be met within 75 days of account opening:

  • 250 minimum monthly recurring direct deposit
  • 25 Visa Check Card transactions. Multiple swipes for the same transaction do not qualify.
  • Elect eStatements and complete 5 valid bill payments. A valid bill payment is defined as a bill payment to a third party vendor. Multiple payments for the same bill do not qualify.
  • Open a new Performance Savings account with $250 minimum opening deposit or Titanium Money Market account with $5,000 minimum deposit
  • Get approved for a new MidFirst Visa Credit Card

Offer must be mentioned at account opening to qualify. Refer to the bottom of the bank's promotions page for the full details.

Checking Account Options

MidFirst Bank offers several types of checking accounts. You can compare them in this MidFirst checking comparison table. One noteworthy checking account is the bank's iManage eChecking. It's a reward checking account with a 2.02% APY for balances up to $20K (as of 12/05/2011). It has the typical reward checking requirements. However, it's a free account with no monthly service fees regardless of meeting these requirements.

The bank also offers a typical free checking account with no monthly service fees.

Branch Locations

It appears a branch visit is required to open an account. MidFirst Bank branches are located in the Phoenix metro area of Arizona and in several cities of Oklahoma including Yukon, Oklahoma City, Shawnee and Tulsa.

Bank Overview

MidFirst Bank is a sizable bank with $9.86 billion in assets. The bank has an overall health score of 3 stars (out of 5) with a Texas Ratio of 23.44% (average) based on September 2011 data. Please refer to our financial overview of MidFirst Bank for more details. The bank has been a FDIC member since 1934 (FDIC Certificate # 4063).

Other Bank Bonuses

We have a new bank promotions page with a table of all of the active bank and credit union promotions. You can filter the table based on the type of promotion and based on your state. I have more details about how to use this page in this blog post.


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