Capital One 360 Black Friday Savings Spree – $100 Promotion

Cap One 360 Savings BannerCapital One 360 is at it again, bringing their annual Black Friday sale to potential new customers. From the second Black Friday starts until December 1st at 11:59pm ET (Monday), anyone who does not currently have one of the accounts below can sign up and receive a very impressive bonus offer (existing customers are eligible, just no duplicate accounts are allowed).

  • 360 Checking – When you open up a new 360 Checking Account, you will get a $100 bonus. To get the bonus, you will have to show that you are an actual customer. There is a requirement to make 5 purchases within 45 days. The $100 bonus will automatically be deposited on day 50 of your new account. Go here to learn more and open a 360 Checking Account.
  • 360 Savings – In order to receive the $100 bonus, you must open a new 360 Savings Account between November 28th and December 1st with a deposit of $1,000 or more.  The bonus will start earning interest the same day you open you make your initial deposit, but you cannot withdraw it for 30 days. Go here to learn more and open a 360 Savings Account.

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