CHASE | Chase checking $150 cash bonus coupon

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Here's how to get $150 on us:

ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS below to receive your $150 cash bonus coupon.
OPEN a Chase Total CheckingSM account and set up direct deposit (offer only available for new Chase checking customers).
GET $150 ON US, within 10 business days after we receive your initial direct deposit.

Important Information
*Service Fee: Chase Total CheckingSM has no monthly Service Fee when you do any 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 the daily balance in your checking account at or above $1,500; OR, Option #3: Keep an average balance of $5,000 or more in your checking and other types of qualifying Chase accounts. Otherwise a $12 monthly Service Fee will apply ($10 monthly Service Fee for CA, OR and WA). The terms of the account, including any fees or features, may change. For more information, please see a banker or visit

Bonus/Account Information: Offer not available to existing Chase Checking customers, those with fiduciary accounts, and those whose accounts have been closed within 90 days or with a negative balance. To receive the bonus: 1) open a new Chase Total CheckingSM account, which is subject to approval; 2) deposit $100 or more within 60 days of account opening; AND 3) have your direct deposit made to this account within 60 days of account opening. Your opening deposit cannot be money held by Chase or its affiliates, nor can the bonus be used as the opening deposit. 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. After we receive your first direct deposit, we’ll deposit the bonus in your new account within 10 business days. You can only receive one checking account-related bonus per calendar year. If your checking account is closed within six months, we will deduct the bonus amount at closing. Bonus is considered interest and will be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT.
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