North Shore Bank Checking Account $100 Bonus in Wisconsin

North Shore Bank is offering a $100 bonus for opening a new checking account and making 10 debit card transactions, valid through December 31, 2014.

North Shore Bank has branch locations throughout Wisconsin, and you may open an account with them if you live, work, attend school, or have immediate family members in Wisconsin or Northern Illinois.

North Shore Bank $100 Checking Promotion

Check out this North Shore Bank Checking Promotion to get a $100 bonus when you open a new checking account.

To receive a $100 bonus, you must make 10 qualifying North Shore Bank debit card transactions.

You must also use promo code $100 Holidays when opening your account.

North Shore Bank Checking Account Details

Monthly fees will be waived for the first 3 months on all checking accounts.

With eChecking, you can avoid the $4.95 monthly account fee with debit card usage and eStatements OR a direct deposit (wages or social security) and eStatements.

With Better-Than-Free checking, you can avoid the $4.95 monthly account fee with a $750 average balance OR $2,500 in relationship balances OR any loan OR a direct deposit OR 10 debit card transactions.

North Shore Bank also offers Perks, Senior, and Platinum checking accounts with higher fees and other requirements.

Promotional Details

This offer is for new checking customers only, as customers who have closed accounts in the past year do not qualify for a new account bonus.

The new account bonus of $100 will post to the account 10 days after 10 debit card transactions are completed.

ATM transactions will not qualify.

All transactions must post to the new account by 1/31/2015 to receive the new account bonus.

Review these additional Bank Bonus Rewards for more checking account deals.

Take advantage of this North Shore Bank promotional offer in Wisconsin.

Comments

    • says

      Hello purcitron,

      It looks like you may open an account with North Shore Bank if you live, work, attend school, or have immediate family members in Wisconsin or Northern Illinois.

      I’ve updated the above article to clarify who may qualify.

      Thank you for your comment, Max

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