Union Bank 5% Debit Card Cash Back Promotion with Union Bank Checking Account

Union Bank is offering 5% cash back on your Union Bank debit card when you open a checking account at any Union Bank branch by February 29, 2012.

Just open a new personal or business checking account at any Union Bank branch to receive 5% cash back (up to $250) on all debit card purchases through May 31, 2012.

Check out this Union Bank Debit Card Bonus for more details.

Union Bank Promotional Terms

You need to mention this 5% Debit Cash Back offer when you open any personal or small business checking account in branch (minimum $100 opening deposit) with a Union Bank Debit MasterCard by February 29, 2012.

You’ll earn 5% cash back for up to $250 on all debit card purchases between account opening and May 31, 2012.

Purchases that you return do not qualify.

The Debit Cash Back bonus will be deposited into your primary checking account by June 30, 2012, which must be active and in good standing.

The 5% Debit Cash Back offer cannot be combined with any other checking offers.

This offer is valid only for new Union Bank customers who have not maintained an account relationship with Union Bank within the previous 6 months.

This offer is available for 1 small business and 1 personal checking account per household.

Review these other Cash Banking Offers to earn more bank bonus rewards.

Open a Union Bank checking account with a debit card to earn 5% cash back on your purchases.


  1. TekGems says

    You said the offer is for 1 small business and 1 personal. How is small business defined for Union Bank? Does it require a different identification like EIN or some sort of corporation like LLC or S Corp?

  2. says

    Hello TekGems,

    I submitted your question to Union Bank and here was their reply:

    “Business accounts are those accounts used for other than personal, family or household purposes. Business customers, including sole proprietors, may select one of our business accounts to meet their banking needs. Sole Proprietor accounts are usually opened with the owner’s social security number where as a Corporation or Limited Liability Company has a separate Taxpayer Identification Number than the owners.”

    Hope this helps out and good luck to you. Max

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