Ken Tumin founded the Bank Deals Blog in 2005 and has been passionately covering the best deposit deals ever since. He is frequently referenced by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and other publications as a top expert, but he is first and foremost a fellow deal seeker and member of the wonderful community of savers that frequents DepositAccounts.
Deal Summary: Special 6-month Share Certificate, 3.25% APY, $1k min/$250k max deposit, limit of one per member, new money OR checking account, debit card, and direct deposit of $750+, available February 25 through March 2, 2019.
Availability: Easy membership requirement
February 25 through March 2 is “Military Saves Week,” a campaign coordinated by the Consumer Federation of America and is dedicated,
More than 80 banks and credit unions are participating in Military Saves Week 2019, including Andrews Federal Credit Union (Andrews Federal), which will be offering a Special...
Deal Summary: 13-month No-Penalty CD, 2.45% APY, $500 min deposit, new money, early closure only.
Availability: New York State
Dime Community Bank (Dime) has added a 13-month No-Penalty CD, which earns 2.45% APY. The minimum deposit is $500 of new money, with no stated balance cap. New money is defined as funds not from any existing Dime account.
The No-Penalty feature is only available in conjunction with an early closure.
No partial withdrawals are allowed at any time. This action will effectively close out the...
Deal Summary: 18-month Promo CD, 3.50% APY, $500 min/$250k max deposit, new money.
Availability: Easy Membership Requirement for residents of DE, MD, NJ, PA, VA, WV, and DC; residents of five SE Pennsylvania counties; more than 250 SEGs.
This morning, Pennsylvania-based Freedom Credit Union (Freedom CU) unveiled a new 18-month Promo CD, earning 3.50% APY. This limited-time offering requires a minimum opening deposit of $500 of new money and is capped at $250k. The 18-month Youth Promo CD (members 25 years and younger) earns the same...
Availability: Easy membership requirement for residents of Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina; active and retired military, regardless of residency; 1,500+ SEGs.
Now through April 15, 2019, Florida-based Grow Financial Federal Credit Union (Grow Financial) is offering a 15-month Grow Certificate with tiered APYs: 3.25% APY ($500) and 3.35% APY ($100k). New money is required to open and there is a maximum deposit of $1 million allowed.
POSTED ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2019 BY KEN TUMIN
Availability: CDs – 13-month (2.85% APY) and 19-month (3.10% APY), new money, $500 minimum deposit.
Philadelphia-based Hyperion Bank (Hyperion) is currently offering promotional rates on its 13-month CD (2.85% APY) and 19-month CD (3.10% APY). The minimum opening deposit is $500 of new money “and/or funds deposited within the previous 30 days at Hyperion Bank.”
Both CDs are available as IRAs (Traditional and Roth), earning the same promotional APYs with the same funding requirements.
According to CSR, the Early Withdrawal Penalty for the 13-month CD is...
POSTED ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2019 BY KEN TUMIN
Deal Summary: CD Specials – 11-month (3.05% APY) and 33-month (3.10% APY), new money, $500 minimum deposit
Availability: Residents of six Utah counties; employees and members of many SEGs.
Now through February 28, Goldenwest Credit Union (Goldenwest CU) is offering a 11-month CD Special (3.05% APY). The minimum opening deposit is $500, with new money required. There is a bump option available, but with a 15 bps discount (2.90% APY) at account opening.
The 33-month CD Special (3.10% APY) can also be opened with...
Deal Summary: 23-month Certificate, 3.00% APY, new money, $500 min/$500k max deposit per individual.
Availability: Easy membership requirement for residents of Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
Now through February 28, Apple Federal Credit Union (Apple FCU) is offering 3.00% APY on its 23-month Certificate. The minimum opening deposit is $500 of new money, with a $500k maximum deposit per individual. New money is defined as funds “not currently at Apple FCU.”