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Happy Tuesday, readers!
So, how many of you have been working or interning your butt off this summer to save some cash for the school year?Yeah, me too, readers, me too. Between books, sorority dues, much needed Dunkin runs, and cash for going out….my bank account seems to disappear quicker and quicker than I can blink. I’ve tried different ways to budget my money in the summer, but we all need a little extra help now and then.
Well, for all of my Jersey readers, I can help you with that extra boost!
Boiling Springs Savings Bank is helping out anyone between the ages of 14 to 23 years of age earn an extra 20 bucks!
Their campaign, which runs through June 30th, is called Garden State Grads. All you have to do is go to any of the bank’s 18 NJ locations and open a Student Checking account with at least $20.15. Super easy, right?!
Once you open your account, Boiling Springs Saving Bank will deposit a bonus of $20.15 into your account, in honor of the Graduating Class of 2015!
How awesome is that – a free 20 bucks! I can fill up my car’s gas tank, get this super cute necklace from one of my fave stores, Charming Charlie, or even keep the money in the account to collect interest on it and make even more money.
Interested?! I bet you are!
Some of the perks of creating this account include:
- No monthly fees
- Interest earned on all balances
- Free specialty checks or a discount on custom checks
- Free online banking
- Free online bill payment
- Free 24-hour telephone banking
- Minimum deposit to open account is $1.00
- Free transactions at Boiling Springs ATMs with Boiling Springs ATM card or Debit MasterCard
- Direct deposit
- Overdraft protection transfer service available
- At age 23, account will convert to a regular NOW account
- Boiling Springs Savings Bank will make an interest bonus deposit of $20.15 into all Student Checking Accounts opened with $20.15 or more during the promotion period.
To find out even MORE about the Student Checking account, you can head on over HERE the bank’s website!
No go save, save, save (and maybe spend some)!