Capital One has brought back a
If you have or had an open 360 Performance Savings, 360 Savings, 360 Money Market, Savings Now or Confidence Savings account as a primary or secondary account holder with Capital One on or after January 1, 2021, you will be ineligible for the bonus. If your account is in default, closed or suspended, or otherwise not in good standing, you will not receive the bonus.
Note: Some readers have reported in the past that they were not able to apply the promo code even as valid new customers, and Capital One responded that this was a targeted promotion even though there is no such language on the offer page nor in the terms and conditions. After applying, I would contact them and make sure that the promo code “FALL23” was accepted before making a large deposit for this promo.
Alright, onto the details:
- Open a new 360 Performance Savings account with promo code FALL23 by 12/6/2023.
- Deposit $20,000+ of external funds during the 15-day Initial Funding Period after opening your account.
- Hold the deposit(s) in your account for an additional 90 days after the 15-day Initial Funding Period ends.
- $20,000+ deposited = $300 bonus.
- $50,000+ deposited = $750 bonus.
- $100,000+ deposited = $1,500 bonus.
- See the bonus in your new account within 60 days after holding.
- You’ll also earn their normal interest rate (currently 4.30% APY as of 11/5/23). No monthly fees or minimum balance requirements.
Note that the 90-day “maintain balance” period is after and in addition to the end of the 15-day “initial funding period”. So if you are counting from the opening day, that is a total of 105 days after opening. This is important as other readers have gotten denied for the bonus when withdrawing after 91-100 days. You may wish to chat with Capital One to confirm the exact date.
As long as you hit the tiers exactly, you are getting 1.5% of your deposit with technically a minimum holding period of 90 days, but you’ll probably want to send it in a little early and take it out a little late to be safely within the deadlines. Let’s call it 120 days for a conservative round number. This works out to the equivalent of (a little more than) a 4.5% annualized yield. If you assume the current 4.30% APY holds, that would be an estimated 4.5% + 4.3% = 8.8% annualized yield for those 120 days.
A 4-month CD at nearly 9% APY is not bad if you have a lot of money and a short-term horizon for it. Again, this one is only for new customers or those that have closed their previous CapOne360 savings-type accounts by January 1, 2021.
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