Chase: $200 Cash Bonus on New Checking Account (July 2013)

Simon Zhen

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Posted on Tue Jul 2, 2013, Last Updated on Tue Sep 17, 2013

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UPDATE: For the latest Chase deal (September 2013), click here.

Chase is giving $200 to new customers who open a Chase Total Checking account and set up direct deposit.

The deal

Sign up for the Chase Total Checking account by obtaining a coupon code through this page. The code can be used when opening the account online or print the page and take it to a Chase branch. (The coupon code changes every time the page is refreshed.)

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Post a direct deposit within the first 60 days of account opening to qualifying for the $200 bonus, which will be deposited into the account within 10 days after your first direct deposit.

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The minimum opening deposit is $100. The offer expires Aug. 15, 2013.

Chase Checking Bonus July 2013

The account

The Chase Total Checking account has a $12 monthly fee ($10 for residents of California, Oregon and Washington), which is waived when you: have monthly direct deposits totaling $500, maintain daily balance of $1,500 or more, or keep an average daily balance of $5,000 across linked Chase deposit accounts.

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  • PK

    where is the coupon code?

    • Simon

      Click on the link in the post and you’ll get a unique coupon code.

      • tim

        has the promotion ended already?

        • Simon

          Yes, apparently. Not surprised, since it was an extremely good deal (and Chase can end any promotion without notice).

          • Simon Zhen

            As of July 23, the deal is back. The link above should direct to the promotional page correctly. The expiration date remains the same.

          • Elliott

            Do you know if the account opening ACH satisfies the “first direct deposit” requirement in step 3?

          • Simon Zhen

            If your initial deposit is an actual direct deposit, then yes, it will satisfy the requirement to earn the bonus.

            If you’re referring to instances when certain ACH transfers are considered “direct deposits” by Chase then it would vary depending on the external funding source. (I cannot say for sure because I don’t know how Chase’s systems will recognize the transaction.) My guess is that it would also satisfy the requirement.

      • AJ

        Don’t waste your time people. You DO NOT want to bank with CHASE. There is no sense of customer service and they could care less about you or your business. I requested the code from Simon and went in to my local CHASE bank at 10901 Wilshire Blvd. 90024. After waiting for 30 minutes, Ricardo Olvera decided to see if I needed help. I told him I wanted to open a checking account and I had a coupon code for $200 which I had pulled up on my phone to show him. I just moved to this area and don’t have a printer, and didn’t think it was going to be an issue. Turns out they need a copy of the coupon and they would not print it out for me. They told me to go to Kinkos ……. I was beside myself. I had never experienced such terrible customer service. I’m not even a member yet and they could care less if I was going to bank with them. I moved here for work and have a six figure salary. I manage 8 employees and you can be sure they are going to hear about my experience, as will the whole office, and all you good folks.

  • State Pilot

    I have a $125 bonus for new Chase checking customers if anyone is interested in. ML792643AZ4WQD9L expires 8/31/13. Please comment below if you use it so others don’t try to use it.

  • John Madden

    Try this offer out too… Capital One Is Offer Bonus Money

  • Anthony Pattay

    dont waste your time. I suggest you open the account get the $150 and at the end of the completion date take your money out and go elsewhere. They are a two bit company and will shark you for any additional fee they could, they are waiting for you to make a mistake so they coud charghe you an exhorborant fee,,,,,,