Offer valid through December 31, 2022. However, this offer may end at any time. Valid on Cashback Checking or High-Yield Checking accounts. New checking accountholders only. A checking accountholder is considered new if they have not been primary or secondary owner on an Ardent checking account in the last 12 months. Must meet membership eligibility of living, working, worshipping, volunteering or attending school in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery or Philadelphia Counties. The Promotion Code (CK350) must be entered at new account opening to be eligible for this offer and cannot later be added to an account. Ardent Credit Union reserves the right to determine in its sole discretion that an account is ineligible for the promotion because the activity on the account was limited to only the actions needed to qualify for the bonus and is not consistent with regular and repeated use as described above. A qualifying account must be funded, remain open and in good standing to receive the bonus. Bonus will be deposited into the checking account between 95 and 120 days after account opening.
Bonus amount based on completion of three actions is as follows: make at least 8 qualifying debit card purchases ($100 bonus), two or more qualifying direct deposits ($200 bonus) and enroll in eStatements ($50 bonus). To earn $350, all three actions must be completed within 90 days of account opening. Transactions (debit card purchases and direct deposits) must settle to your account within 90 days. To be eligible for the bonus, regular deposit and transaction activity consistent with normal day-to-day spending patterns must be evident throughout the 90-day qualifying period.
A qualifying regularly recurring direct deposit is an automated electronic deposit of $250 or more that occurs at least twice during the first 90 days the account is open, such as a payroll deposit. An example of a direct deposit which would not qualify would be a person-to-person transfer or an internet service transfer.
Qualifying debit card transactions are ones that reflect a wide range of dollar amounts and occur as part of the cardholder’s day-to-day activities. An example of debit card transactions which do not qualify would be card transactions conducted within a condensed time frame.