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Free $50 Bonus for Capital One 360

July 19th, 2013 at 07:04 am

Earlier this month, I opened a Capital One 360 checking and savings account for some bonus money. $176 to be exact. They are still offering a bonus for opening accounts. Right now the 360 Checking is $50 cash (taxable) for making 3 debit transactions within 45 days. No minimum deposit and no fees.

If you want to sign up for some free cash to pay down debt or save for a goal, I'd be honored if you use my referral link. I do get $20 if you open the account. And if you read my blog often enough you know that I will put that money to good use!!

The link will take you to a page like this, which shows they are offering various bonuses for different accounts.

I think a separate bank account is key if you are looking to save money and not dip into it. I recently mentioned this to a friend and she seemed intrigued at the idea that this would be helpful.

Do you have savings or checking accounts at more than one bank? Why or why not? What do you do with your second (and third) accounts?

4 Responses to “Free $50 Bonus for Capital One 360”

  1. librarylady Says:

    Do you know for how long this offer is available?

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    @librarylady, I do not have information on how long it is going to be offered. I will keep a look out. I have been on the Capital One site pretty frequently recently and today is the first day I noticed the offer.

  3. Kiki Says:

    With a online bank i have multiple subaccounts under one main account. Each account is set for a specific saving goal: yearly contacts purchase/glasses, car and house insurance, vacation, gifts, clothes, etc. i think there are 10 that i fund every month and then when i need the money it is there. I saved for the past year for car insurance and i will pay that in full in August, buy contacts for the year in November, etc.

  4. creditcardfree Says:

    Kiki, good for you for saving up for those annual expenses. An separate bank account is great for that type of thing. We do that too, and it was one of the best things we ever did to keep our finances in check!

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