The Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank is offering a $20 iTunes bonus credit when you sign up for a Fidelity Tunes checking account, plus you get $10 in iTunes refunds each month.
Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank has locations throughout New Orleans, Metairie, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
You’ll earn up to $10 in iTunes download refunds plus nationwide ATM fee refunds every monthly cycle that you meet the qualifications.
Plus, you’ll earn a $20 iTunes credit at sign-up for your new account.
You must meet these 3 monthly qualifications:
1. Have at least 15 debit card purchases post and clear.
2. Enroll and receive E-Statements.
3. iTunes downloads and nationwide ATM fees must be purchased with your debit card associated with your Fidelity Tunes account.
If you really plan to use your debit card on a regular basis to make at least 15 purchase per month, then it may be pretty easy to earn $10 in iTunes refunds on a monthly basis for an indefinite amount of time.
It may help you reach the 15 debit card purchases each month if you purchase a lot of individual songs on iTunes, as each download purchase should count as an individual transaction.
There are no minimum balance requirements to earn rewards, and there are no monthly service charges.
There is a $50 minimum deposit to open your new account.
iTunes and ATM Refund Details
You’ll receive nationwide ATM refunds of $4.95 per event for up to $25 per month, when qualifications are met per cycle.
You’ll receive iTunes download refunds for up to $20 with your initial account opening regardless of meeting the qualifications.
You’ll earn up to $10 in iTunes download refunds each monthly qualification cycle when the minimum qualifications are met.
If you do not meet the qualifications per cycle, your account will still function as a checking account with no monthly service charge, but it will not receive ATM refunds or iTunes refunds for that time period.
This offer is available to personal accounts only.
Take advantage of this Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank promotion if you download media from iTunes on a regular basis.