Chase Offers $500 to New Business Checking Account Customers

May 25, 2016

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Chase is offering new business checking account holders the opportunity to receive $500 after opening a Chase Performance Business Checking, Chase Performance Business Checking with Interest or Chase Platinum Business Checking account. In order to be eligible, you’ll need to open the account with an initial deposit of $500 within the first 10 business days of account opening and maintain that balance for 60 days. Note that if you close your account within six months after opening, Chase will deduct the bonus amount.

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You can get $500 by opening a Chase Performance Business Checking account.

Here’s how to do it: Go to Chase’s website and log in to a pre-existing personal or business account. From there, you should be presented with a voucher with a unique coupon code. You’ll need to print that out and bring it to a Chase branch to open the account. Upon opening the account, you’ll get a confirmation of the bonus, which will be credited to your account within 10 days of meeting the 60-day requirement. According to the code I generated, the offer expires on June 10, however, there’s no clarification if that is the expiration date for this specific code or the offer as a whole.

Note that you must open a Chase Performance Business Checking, Chase Performance Business Checking with Interest or Chase Platinum Business Checking account in order to be eligible for this promotion. A Chase Performance Business Checking account comes with a $20 monthly service fee, but that fee is waived when you maintain a combined average daily balance of $50,000 or more in linked business savings, business CDs and other Chase Performance Business Checking accounts. However, the $20 monthly fee cannot be waived with a Chase Performance Business Checking with Interest account.

This is a good deal, and if you’ve been considering opening up a business checking account, this is a great time to do so. 100% bonus opportunities don’t pop up every day — be sure to take advantage before your offer expires.

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