WaMu Free Checking $100 Cash Bonus Offer

The WaMu Free Checking account is offering a $100 cash bonus when you open a new WaMu Bank checking account by August 5, 2009.

Update: This WaMu promotion has expired, please review the most current Chase and WaMu Bonus Offers.

Just open a WaMu Free Checking account and set up a direct deposit OR make 5 debit card purchases to earn this $100 WaMu banking bonus.

Here’s How to Get Your WaMu Free Checking Bonus

1. Visit the WaMu Free Checking Bonus Page to open a new checking account online by August 5, 2009.

2. You must open your new checking account with a $100 minimum opening deposit to qualify for this bonus offer.

3. Within 60 days of opening your account, you must initiate a direct deposit such as payroll, pension, or Social Security, OR have at least 5 debit card purchases (using your PIN or signature) posted to your account.

The $100 WaMu banking bonus will be deposited into your new account within 2 weeks of meeting the requirements.

This WaMu promotional offer is only available at WaMu branded branches, except in California, where WaMu branded products are available at Chase branded branches.

There is a limit of 1 personal checking account bonus per customer per calendar year, and the offer is limited to 1 per household.

Take advantage of this WaMu checking bonus offer to get a $100 cash bonus when you open a new WaMu Free Checking account.

There is also a Chase Checking Bonus Offer currently available if you would prefer to open a Chase bank account.

Check out these additional Banking Bonuses as well for more bank bonus offers.

Get the $100 WaMu Free Checking promotion when you open a new WaMu Bank checking account today.


  1. derp says

    Make sure you do the 100 dollar opening deposit; I accidentally did less, and they wouldn’t let me add more after the fact.

  2. blaine says

    Hey I have a question. I opened the checking account and deposited $100 from a credit card. A few minutes later I realized that this was a Chase card. Since the $100 is supposed to be from funds not controlled by WaMu, does this make me ineligible for the $100 bonus?

  3. derp says

    Dunno. Can’t hurt to try though, its likely automated or done by data-entry people who don’t give a damn.

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