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Bank of the West $125 Checking Bonus

by Andy Hough on April 6, 2012

The $125 bonus is the total of several bonus offers the bank has available.

To receive the $50 bonus, customer must establish a direct deposit of at least $250 (two or more direct deposits that add up to $250 do not qualify). Direct deposit must be payroll, Social Security, pension or other government benefits. The first direct deposit must be posted to the account by 6/29/12. To receive the $25 bonus, customer must request, receive and use a new Bank of the West Debit Card for at least 10 point of sale purchases posted by 6/29/12. To receive the $25 bonus, customer must enroll in paperless statements through Online Banking, and still be enrolled, as of 6/29/12. To receive the $25 reward, customer must open a new Bank of the West Credit Card account from 3/17/12 through 4/27/12 and make at least $25 in net purchases (purchases minus returns) posted by 6/29/12. Balance transfers, cash advances, convenience checks, interest charges and any kind of fees charged to the account do not count as purchases. We encourage you to spend responsibly. New credit card must have same ownership and taxpayer identification number as the new personal checking account. Credit cards are subject to credit approval.

Combined total of all bonuses and or reward earned will be credited to checking account by 7/31/12. Limit of one combined bonus and or reward per mailing address. Total of combined bonuses and reward is limited to $125. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Checking accounts with a $0 balance, overdrawn or closed as of 6/29/12 are not eligible and will not be paid any bonus or reward. Offers do not apply to second or multiple checking accounts. Visit their promo page for more details on this checking bonus.

Bank of the West products are offered to the residents of the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

If you are not in their regional area you might consider opening an account with . They aren’t currently offering a bonus but they do offer higher than average interest rates.

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