Deals Bank Account Bonuses

Bank Account Bonuses

Are you looking to score a little extra cash? Banks often give away money for signing up for checking/savings accounts and jumping through a few hoops. We cover the best bank account bonuses on the site and you can find all of the info below!

SoFi Money, $50 Bonus and 10% Back in Select Categories

When you sign up for a new account you can also get 10% cash back on purchases, in addition to the $50 signup bonus.

New Chase $500 Bonus for Checking and Savings Account

Chase is one of the most generous banks out there when it comes to checking and savings account bonuses. One of their long running bonuses is $600 for opening a checking and savings account. This bonus is now back once again, but its is $100 less this time around.

Best Bank Bonuses Expiring this Month (June)

Bank bonuses are a great way to make some extra money throughout the year. Especially now, while social distancing and staying indoors, it is a way to make money from the comfort of your home in most cases.

(Offer Extended) Chase Business Checking, Get $300 Bonus With New Account

Chase is offering a new bonus of $300 for Business Checking. Account must be opened in a branch, so you need to have one nearby.

American Express Savings, Get 25K Points with $25K Deposit [Targeted]

American Express has sent out email with an offer that can earn you a bonus of 25,000 Membership Rewards points for opening a new savings account. The offer seems to target those who have a Platinum Card.

Get $300 When You Open a New US Bank Account

US Bank is offering a $300 bonus for new Easy Checking accounts. This bonus is available nationwide and you can open the account online.

Citi Miles Ahead Savings Account – 50K Bonus Miles & 1.01% Interest (Targeted)

Targeted offers have gone out for the Citi Miles Ahead savings account. Earn up to 50,000 miles, a better interest rate & increased credit card earn rates.

SoFi Invest, Get Bonus of 3% for Your Deposits [YMMV]

Some people are seeing an offer to earn a 3% bonus on the funding amount. Looks like this is a targeted offer, so you should have received an email about it or you can check your SoFi account.