Byline Bank $100 Checking and $200 Savings Bonuses in Chicago Area

Byline Bank (formerly North Community Bank) in the greater Chicago area is offering a $100 checking account bonus and a $200 savings account bonus through June 30, 2015.

This Byline Bank promotion is available at all of their sister branches, including Metrobank, Archer Bank, Oswego Community Bank, Plaza Bank, and North Community Bank in the greater Chicagoland area.

These Byline Bank Offers are available for Personal or Business accounts with new money only.

Byline Bank $100 Personal or Business Checking Bonus

You must open a Personal Checking Account with minimum deposit of $100 or a Business Checking Account with a minimum deposit of $500.

You must set up a recurring direct deposit of $100 or more by July 15, 2015, to receive a $100 bonus.

The checking account bonus will be deposited into the account within 90 days after the first direct deposit is received.

Byline Bank $200 Savings Bonus

You must open a Savings Account with a minimum of $5,000, and maintain the balance for 90 days to receive a $200 bonus.

The savings account bonus will be deposited within a month after the initial 90 days of account opening.

Byline Bank Promotional Details

The cash bonus is not considered part of the minimum account deposit.

Accounts must be open to receive the bonuses.

This offer cannot be combined with any other offer.

There is a limit of 1 promotion per primary account holder.

You can also view the Branch Locations Page on Byline Bank’s website for all of the branch locations.

Review these other Bank Account Promotions as well for more nationally available deals.

A special thank you goes out to Doctor Of Credit for notifying me of this new offer from North Community Bank.

Take advantage of this offer if you live in the Chicago, Illinois area.


  1. Maria says

    Don’t waste your time with this bank, if you have more than 2 inquries on your chexs system, they don’t want you, so if you had opened any other accounts anywhere else in the last year, they don’t want your business.

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