KeyBank Checking $200 Sign Up Bonus

Posted by Madison on August 30, 2013

This week’s Free Money Friday offer is another option for anyone looking for a new checking account.

KeyBank is offering $200 for switching your account to their Key Express Checking account!

Getting your Sign-Up Bonus

  1. Open a qualifying KeyBank checking account by September 20, 2013.
  2. Enter offer code MASC0713.
  3. Make at least one direct deposit of $500 or more within 60 days of account opening.
  4. Get $200 deposited to your account within 90 days!

Terms and Conditions

  • Limit one gift per qualifying account and individual.
  • Monthly maintenance charge on accounts (can be avoided by meeting certain requirements).
  • Offer not available to individuals who have had a KeyBank checking account in the last 12 months.
  • If you close your account within 180 days of account opening, you will be charged a $25 account early closure fee.
  • Direct deposit transactions are limited to: payroll, Social Security, pension, and government benefits.

KeyBank Checking

  • No minimum balance required.
  • Avoiding monthly service charges. If you have deposits (including transfers to this Account) totaling $500 or more, or at least 8 customer initiated transactions (any deposits, withdrawals, which includes transfers) during a statement cycle, you can avoid a monthly fee.
  • Earn points. Earn points with the KeyBank Relationship Rewards program. There is a fee for this program if you don’t keep a minimum balance of at least $25,000.
  • States.KeyBank doesn’t operate in all states. Enter your zip code on their application page to see if they offer the bonus in your area.
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Comments to KeyBank Checking $200 Sign Up Bonus

  1. this condition “Direct deposit transactions are limited to: payroll, Social Security, pension, and government benefits.”

    sucks, i can’t just do a regular money deposit?


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