If you see a new TD Bank branch, you may want to check if they have any new-branch specials. The new TD Bank branch in Cranston, Rhode Island (suburbs of Providence) is offering a $100 checking account bonus. The offer was advertised in the 10/28/2012 edition of the Providence Journal. The ad is available online here
. According to the small print, the promotion is valid through November 6, 2012
Qualifying for the $100 bonus requires:
- $25 for opening new personal checking account
- $25 for Direct Deposit
- $25 for making 25 debit transactions
- $25 for making 5 online Bill Pays
The new branch is at 178 Phenix Avenue, Cranston, RI (401-275-5970). Two nice perks with this branch is that it's open 7 days/week and it offers free coin counting for customers.
Offer's small print:
Bonus offered in $25 increments: $25 bonus when opening a new, non-interest bearing personal checking account with $100 or more; $25 Direct Deposit bonus when a recurring Direct Deposit of $100 or more is made within 60 days of account opening; $25 bonus when making 25 debit transactions from the new account within 60 days of account opening (debit transactions include completed and approved debit card purchases, pre-authorized automatic payments, checks written, ATM withdrawals, online Bill Pays and Teller withdrawals.); $25 bonus when making five (5) online Bill Pays from the new account within 60 days of account opening. Cannot be combined with any other offer. $25 new account bonus is valid through November 6, 2012, at the Cranston Store. $25 new account bonus does not apply to Student Checking accounts. Maximum bonus per Customer opening a new, non-interest bearing personal checking account is $100; maximum bonus per Customer opening a Student Checking account is $75. Bonuses will be credited no later than 1st statement cycle after your account has been open for 60 days and the criteria for each bonus has been met. Bonuses will be reported as taxable income. Offer may be withdrawan at any time.
Note, TD Convenience checking should qualify. This requires that you maintain $100 balance to avoid a monthly service fee.