Schwab $100 Brokerage Account Bonus with 50 Free Trades for AARP Members

Charles Schwab is offering 50 commission-free trades and a $100 bonus with a current or new taxable brokerage account when you deposit at least $10,000, valid for AARP members through December 31, 2014.

How To Earn AARP Schwab Bonus:

1. Call Schwab at 1-877-310-7746. Have your AARP member ID ready and request the Cash and Trade Offer for AARP Members.

2. Make a qualifying net deposit of at least $10,000 into a new or existing Schwab taxable brokerage account within 45 days (must be maintained for 1 year).

3. You’ll get 50 commission-free online trades and a $100 credit to that account within 14 days.

Check out this Schwab AARP Brokerage Bonus for more details, and you can join AARP for only $16 or less per year if you are not already a member.

Schwab AARP Promotional Details

The $10,000 net deposit into a taxable (non-retirement) retail brokerage account must be completed within 45 days of enrollment in the offer and maintained at Schwab for 1 year.

Only outside assets new to Schwab qualify.

The 50 commission-free trades and $100 will be credited to the account within 14 days of confirmation of the qualifying net deposit.

Free trades apply to base equity, exchange-traded fund (ETF), and options commissions only, while options per-contract, foreign transaction, exchange, and regulatory fees still apply.

Commission-free trades expire 1 year after being credited to the account and apply only to trades placed through Schwab.com, Schwab trading platform applications, and Schwab Wireless.

This offer is for AARP members with a valid AARP number.

This offer is limited to 1 per AARP member.

The value of this bonus, when combined with the value received from any other Schwab offers in the last 12 months, may not exceed $5,000 per household.

This offer is available to U.S. residents only.

Review these additional Brokerage Account Bonuses for more deals from Charles Schwab and other investment services.

Get a $100 bonus and 50 free trades from Charles Schwab if you are an AARP member.

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