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$200 From chase $150 Checking w/ DD and $50 with $5k deposit.

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Found a link that gives you $200 from chase
https://coupon.chaseoffers.com/ba...asecoupons

GET MORE FROM EVERY MOMENT
From innovative features to trusted service — Chase gives you the opportunity to do more

PLUS ENJOY UP TO $200 ON US
For new Chase checking customers...
$150
When you open a
CHASE TOTAL CHECKING®
account* & set up direct deposit
OR
For a new Chase savings account...
$50
When you open a
CHASE SAVINGS��
account*, deposit a total of $5,000 or more in new money within 10 business days & maintain a $5,000 balance for 90 days*
Offer expires on 4/15/15
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Last Edited by FREEALTA March 26, 2015 at 11:47 AM
** Account Closing: If either the checking or savings account is closed within six months after opening, we will deduct the bonus amount for that account at closing.

AND 3) Have your direct deposit made to this account within 60 days of account opening. Your direct deposit needs to be an electronic deposit of your paycheck, pension or government benefits (such as Social Security) from your employer or the government.

This is B&M ONLY! When you click through the link it says to print the coupon and take it to your branch. Don't let the online form fool you - it will take you all the way through the application process and then tell you at the LAST screen that the coupon can only be redeemed at a branch office.



Bonuses are considered interest and will be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT.

*Service Fee: Chase Total Checking® has no Monthly Service Fee when you do at least one of the following each statement period: Option #1: Have monthly direct deposits totaling $500 or more made to this account; OR, Option #2: Keep a minimum daily balance of $1,500 or more in your checking account; OR, Option #3: Keep an average daily balance of $5,000 or more in any combination of qualifying Chase checking, savings and other balances. Otherwise a $12 Monthly Service Fee will apply in most states ($10 Monthly Service Fee for CA, OR and WA).

Chase SavingsSM has no Monthly Service Fee when you do at least one of the following each statement period: Option #1: Keep a minimum daily balance of $300 or more in your savings account; OR, Option #2: Have at least one repeating automatic transfer from your Chase checking account of $25 or more. One-time transfers do not qualify; OR, Option #3: Have a linked Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM, Chase Premier Platinum CheckingSM, or Chase Private Client CheckingSM account. Otherwise a $4 Monthly Service Fee will apply in most states ($5 for accounts opened in CA, FL, GA, ID, NV, OR and WA). A $5 Savings Withdrawal Limit Fee will apply for each withdrawal or transfer out of this account over six per monthly statement period.

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#3
Account Closing: If either the checking or savings account is closed within six months after opening, the bonus amount you received for that account will be deducted at closing.

Even with this stipulation, is there any disadvantage to closing this account after 6 months? Since it's checking, this should have zero impact on my credit score right?
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Quote from Boding View Post :
Account Closing: If either the checking or savings account is closed within six months after opening, the bonus amount you received for that account will be deducted at closing.

Even with this stipulation, is there any disadvantage to closing this account after 6 months? Since it's checking, this should have zero impact on my credit score right?
Account requires "approval" so possible "inquiry" hit on credit bureau at onset. Be aware of the monthly account fees that occur if you do not meet their requirements!
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Account requires "approval" so possible "inquiry" hit on credit bureau at onset. Be aware of the monthly account fees that occur if you do not meet their requirements!
Yeah I think you might be right. Chase will most likely do a soft-pull but it won't hurt your credit.

Do Checking Accounts Affect Your Credit Score? [ecredable.com]
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#6
I closed account in January and it won't be the 90 days period before the coupon expiration date of April 15th !!
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#7
Very tempting indeed.
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#8
The $300 with DD for checking is available by getting a code through this link [chaseoffers.com]

There is a post on a travel site that explains more: Linky [chaseoffers.com]

There is also $150 bonus for savings that requires depositing and keeping $10K for 90 days -- but it seems that there are better savings account options.

The rules for DD say: "Have your direct deposit made to this account within 60 days of account opening. Your direct deposit needs to be an electronic deposit of your paycheck, pension or government benefits (such as Social Security) from your employer or the government." I did a free trial with Intuit payroll and sent a small payment for contractor services. But Bluebird from Amex is also supposed to be still working.

More info on what currently qualifies [doctorofcredit.com] as DD
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Last edited by PersiaBaby March 26, 2015 at 07:04 AM
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The $300 is the good part of this deal --Linky [chaseoffers.com]

Enter your email and a code will be sent. Open account(s) by May 7

The $150 requires depositing and keeping $15K for 90 days.
title states 10k your details states 15k.

they had a better deal in the past that didn't require DD.
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Last edited by average_male March 25, 2015 at 08:29 AM

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$450 is a good deal, thanks.
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Quote from average_male View Post :
title states 10k your details states 15k.

they had a better deal in the past that didn't require DD.

Fixed the post, thanks.

Sorry time machine is in the shop cannot retrieve the past.
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Fixed the post, thanks.

Sorry time machine is in the shop cannot retrieve the past.
deals are relative and my comment was reflecting a previous deal. so in that light, this is not a hot deal. keep us posted on the time machine development/progress. TIA
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#13
I opened an account with DD 10 days ago with $150 bonus. Will they match this one if I call them?
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#14
Don't know why this is getting thumbs down. It's $300 for opening an account with direct deposit. Usual offers are for $150 or $200

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I opened an account with DD 10 days ago with $150 bonus. Will they match this one if I call them?
I was all set to open an account with $200 bonus this weekend. Glad I waited. I doubt they will match it.
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Last edited by gealguy March 25, 2015 at 09:00 AM
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That reminds me...I need to close my Chase account to reset the clock.
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