Complimentary Banking Newsletter Bank News Industry Insights & Info

Columbia Bank Offers $100 and a Gift

Posted by Jesse Shand On Jul - 13 - 2017

New Jersey has more to offer than those lovable characters on MTVs Jersey Shore. When you sign up for a new account with Columbia Bank you can enjoy $100 cash and a free gift.

As financial regulations begin to get finalized many banks are trying to figure out what to do with their checking accounts. One bank that has decided to stick to offering checking services for free, no strings attached, is Columbia Bank.

Not only do you get free checking, but the bank also offers you the opportunity to earn up to $100 in cash along with the gift of an Igloo Legend 2-Gallon Beverage Jug just for opening the Advantage Totally Free Checking Account.

Here are the requirements you need to meet in order to pocket the extra cash:

  • Pay 5 Bills after you sign up for free Bill Pay
  • Make 5 transactions on your new, free Visa CheckCard
  • Sign up for free e-Statements
  • Complete all three within 60 days

You will get $25 for each bullet point you complete and the full $100 if you complete the first three within two months of opening the account.

The great thing about this account is its totally free! On top of not having a minimum balance, monthly service charge or per check fee, you get a free first order of checks. You will also be eligible for the same gift and $100 bonus if you sign up for the Advantage PLUS Checking and Small Business Checking.

To learn more about this deal visit the Columbia Bank Special Offer Page where youll find more details on the offer and accounts that offer it.

Unfortunately this deal is only for New Jersey residents because you must sign up for it in-branch. Columbia Bank has 44 branches located throughout the New Jersey area, visit the Columbia Bank profile page to find locations near you.


Columbia Bank is one of New Jersey’s largest and strongest independent banks. Columbia’s uniqueness and financial strength lies in the fact that it is actually two banks in one – a full-service “community” bank for individuals and families, and a “commercial” bank for business.


Similar Posts: