Earn $10 in reimbursements on Apple, Amazon, and Google purchases every month just by meeting a few simple banking activity requirements.

Key Features

  • Online shopping credits
  • No monthly maintenance fees
  • Unlimited atm fee refunds, nationwide*
  • Free anywhere banking services
  • Free checking that pays you to shop online
  • Earn $10 in reimbursements for Apple, Amazon, or Google purchases every month*
  • Unlimited reimbursements on ATM withdrawal fees, nationwide*
  • Unlimited check writing and debit card use
  • No minimum balance to earn rewards
  • No monthly service charge
  • Free anywhere banking services, including:
    • Online banking & bill pay
    • Mobile banking with deposit
    • E-Statements
    • Visa debit card
  • $50 minimum deposit to open
  • E-Statements are a condition of this account and, until this condition is met, a $5 paper statement fee will apply.

 

It’s Easy to Earn Your Rewards

All of the following transactions and activities must post and settle to your PriorityPurchase Checking account during each monthly qualification cycle:

 

  • At least 15 debit card purchases

 

That's all there is to it. Even if you don't meet your qualifications during the cycle, your PriorityPurchase Checking account is still free. And you can get right back to earning your rewards the very next month!

Monthly Rewards Bonus: When the account qualification is met during a Monthly Qualification Cycle, you will earn up to an aggregate total of $10 (which includes any applicable taxes) in reimbursements for any Apple, Amazon or Google purchases. In order to be reimbursed, Apple, Amazon and Google purchases must be made with a PriorityOne Bank debit card associated with this account and must post and settle to your account within the Monthly Qualification Cycle, in which you qualified, ends. The reimbursements will be credited to your account on the last day of the Statement Cycle in which these purchases posted and settled. When the account qualification is not met, Apple, Amazon and Google purchases are not reimbursed.

Qualification to Earn Rewards:  Have at least fifteen (15) debit card purchases post and settle each Monthly Qualification Cycle.  Transactions and activities may take one (1) or more business days from the date the transaction or activity occurred to post and settle to the account. The following activities do not count toward earning account rewards: automated teller machine ("ATM")-processed transactions, transfers between accounts, and debit card purchases processed by merchants and received by the bank as ATM transactions. Only debit card transactions processed by merchants and received by the bank as point-of-sale ("POS") transactions count towards qualifying debit card transactions. Debit card transactions must be completed using a PriorityOne Bank debit card associated with this account. Transactions bundled together by merchants and received by our institution as a single transaction count as a single transaction for the purpose of earning account rewards.  "Statement Cycle" means the period of time for which the bank provides a summary of the financial activities and transactions that post and settle to the accountholder's account. "Monthly Qualification Cycle" means a period beginning one (1) day prior to the first day of the current Statement Cycle through one (1) day prior to the close of the current Statement Cycle.

ATM Fee Reimbursements:  If the account qualification is met during the Monthly Qualification Cycle, domestic ATM fees of $4.99 or less per transaction will be reimbursed. ATM Fee Reimbursements will be credited to your account on the last day of the Statement Cycle in which these ATM fees posted. If you believe that you have not been reimbursed the correct amount, please contact us. We must hear from you within thirty (30) days following the end of the Statement Cycle in which the reimbursement was applicable. If the account qualification is not met during Monthly Qualification Cycle, domestic ATM fees will not be reimbursed.

NOTE:

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