LaSalle Bank (now owned by Bank of America) is offering a $100 bonus for opening a checking account, savings account, and using the debit card once. Likes like you need $250 for the checking and $100 for the savings. Keep the minimum amount in there ($250 for checking, none for savings*), and that’s a very nice rate of return.
In addition, you can even fund with a credit card (up to $1,000 per account) and have it count as a purchase. Great for those with rewards credit cards.
The minimum balance to open a checking account to earn the $100 cash bonus is $250. To be eligible for the Bonus you are required to sign up for a LaSalle Money Card debit card and open a new Statement Savings Account with a $100 minimum opening deposit. You are also required to make a purchase with your Money Card within 60 days of account opening. Bonus will not be considered part of the new checking or savings minimum opening deposit. Bonus will be credited to the savings account within 120 days from the date of account opening provided the stated requirements have been met. Bonus is limited to one per household, may not be combined with any other offer, is not transferable, and may be considered income to you for tax purposes. Offer available for a limited time and is for new accounts only with funds not currently on deposit. [...] *The monthly fee for falling below the minimum balance requirement on a Statement Savings Account will be waived for the first six months from the date of account opening.
Although not as good, NewBank is also offering a $50 bonus for opening a checking account with $2,500 for 90 days. Both via Fatwallet.
Your NewBucks deposit is only available for new High Yield Checking and new Savings accounts with a new customer as primary owner and a minimum initial deposit of $2500.00. You must maintain a minimum of $2,500 average daily balance for the first 90 days. Worth $50 only when deposited in a new NewBank Checking or Savings Account. Your $50 NewBucks deposit starts earning interest upon account opening, but is unavailable for withdrawal for 90 days. Valid for accounts opened on or before 12/31/07