PNC Bank $100 Checking Bonus Offer (Regional)

by Andy Hough on September 3, 2010 · 1 comment

When you open select PNC checking accounts, set up direct deposit, and make 10 check card purchases with with your PNC Bank Visa® Check Card you can receive a $100 bonus. Some details from the bank promo page:

Offer available only to new PNC customers. New personal checking account must be opened via online application between 8/01/2010 and 9/30/2010.
To qualify for the $100 reward a Qualifying Direct Deposit must be received and at least 10 check card purchases made with your PNC Visa Check Card must be posted to the eligible account within 60 days of account opening. Your checking account must remain open in order for you to receive the $100 reward, which will be credited to the eligible account within 60 days after all conditions have been met and will be identified as “Promo Reward Cash Trans” on your monthly statement. A “Qualifying Direct Deposit” is defined as a recurring direct deposit of a paycheck, pension, social security or other regular monthly payment electronically deposited into a Free, Performance, Performance Select Checking account, or the Spend account for Virtual Wallet (each an “Eligible Account”) on a recurring month-to-month basis. The amount of each recurring Direct Deposit must be at least $400. The recurring Direct Deposits must be made by an employer or an outside agency. Credit card cash advance transfers, transfers from one account to another or deposits made at a branch or ATM do not qualify as Qualifying Direct Deposits. Offer only available to new PNC Bank checking account customers who open the Eligible Account using the on-line application. Offer only available to residents of DC, DE, FL, IL, IN, KY, MD, MI, MO, NJ, OH, PA, VA and WI.

You can only receive this bonus online. Visit the bank promo page for more information or to apply for this bank bonus.

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