Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account — $100 offer
Open an Everyday Checking by December 16, 2016, to get started1
To receive your $100 bonus, open an Everyday Checking account from this page by December 16, 2016, and complete a few steps:
- Deposit at least $25 to fund your account.
- Make 10 debit card purchases/payments within 60 days.
- Qualify to receive a $100 bonus in your account.
The Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account monthly service fee is $10. This fee can be avoided with one of the following each fee period: 10 debit card purchases/payments from this checking account, OR qualifying Direct Deposits totaling $500 or more4, OR maintain a $1,500 minimum daily balance, OR linked to a Wells Fargo Campus ATM or Campus Debit Card. You can get a $5 monthly service fee discount when the primary owner of the account is between the ages of 17 – 24.
Important things to know about the offer:
- Everyday Checking is eligible for the $100 bonus.
- You cannot be:
- An owner on a current Wells Fargo consumer checking account
- A Wells Fargo team member
- A recipient of a consumer checking bonus in the past 12 months (limit one bonus per customer)
- Open a new Everyday Checking account with a minimum opening deposit of $25 (not including the bonus) from this page online by December 16, 2016.
- Within 60 days of account opening, make 10 purchases/payments with your Wells Fargo Debit Card.
- The 10 debit card purchases/payments must be from the primary linked consumer checking account opened for this offer.
- Offer available only online at wellsfargo.com. Offer subject to change and may be discontinued at any time.
- Offer cannot be:
- Paid without providing a valid U.S. taxpayer ID (W-9)
- Combined with any other consumer deposit offer
- Reproduced, purchased, sold, transferred, or traded
- We will deposit the bonus into your new checking account within 45 days after eligibility and qualifications have been met.
- You are responsible for any federal, state, or local taxes due on your bonus and we will report as income to the tax authorities if required by applicable law. Consult your tax advisor.