Capital One 360, Earn up to $500 Bonus with New Checking and Money Market Accounts
Capital One 360 has two offers that can earn you up to $500 in bonuses. The offers are available nationwide and have been working even for those who haven’t been directly targeted.
Capital One has two new offers that can earn you $500 when you open two new accounts. Earn a $200 bonus and one of the nation’s highest rates with a 360 Money Market® account. Earn a $300 bonus with a no-fees, no-minimums 360 Checking® account.
$300 Checking Bonus
Earn a $300 bonus when you use promo code BUN875 to open a 360 Checking account by July 31, 2017 AND receive two direct deposits of $250 or more each within 60 days of your acceptance of account terms.
$200 Money Market Bonus
Earn a $200 bonus when you use promo code BUN875 to open your first 360 Money Market account AND deposit $10,000 or more by July 31, 2017.
- Available nationwide
- Bonuses will be deposited approximately 6–8 weeks after fulfilling requirements
- These offers are only available for new customers and cannot be transferred.
- If you’re an existing Capital One Bank or Capital One 360 customer or a Capital One Associate you won’t be eligible for the bonuses.
- Soft pull
- No monthly fees and no early termination fees
The Money Market bonus has been around recently but the 360 Checking account bonus is new. These are both great bonuses, so if you’ve never had any checking or savings accounts with Capital One you should definitely apply. The checking bonus only requires two direct deposits of $250 and the Money Market bonus requires a $10,000 that you can withdraw immediate.
The terms indicate that the offer is targeted, but this hasn’t been enforced in the past. Most likely you will get the bonus, but it is not 100% guaranteed.
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