$77 with Debit Card Banking
For those that just want a way to load and use their debit card, we’ve got the product for you!
Introducing Debit Card Banking, an account that’s ideal for teens and members looking for something
simple and low maintenance. With Debit Card Banking, you’ll enjoy multiple perks with no strings attached.
When you open your new Debit Card Banking account, you are automatically enrolled into our
Rewards for You program – earning you points toward cash or gift cards with every swipe of your
Plus, you can get $77 cash with your new Debit Card Banking account when you set up direct deposit and complete 5 debit card purchase transactions! Or, if you are unable to set up the direct deposit portion, you can qualify for $25 cash instead.3
Visit your local branch to open your account today!
Offer valid as of October 1, 2013 and may be cancelled without notice. Credit approval required at age 18 and over. Online Banking and a debit card are required to open a Debit Card Banking account. 1. Mobile Banking services are available on iPhones and Android smartphones. 2. First photo debit card free of charge (excluding Freedom Banking), additional or subsequent cards will incur a fee. Ask associate for details. 3. To qualify for the $77 cash incentive, you must open a checking account of any type except Freedom Banking. Opening deposit requirements vary by type of checking account opened. Anyone who has held a checking account with MIDFLORIDA in the past year will not qualify for the $77 incentive. To get the $77 incentive, you must complete 5 debit card purchase transactions and sign up for direct deposit (cumulative $250 for 21 & under, cumulative $500 for 22 & over) which must post within the first 45 days. If you are 21 & under and cannot fulfill the direct deposit requirement, you can qualify for a lesser incentive of $25 by completing 5 debit card purchase transactions within 45 days. Incentives will be deposited to new checking account after the qualifications have been met and will be reported to the IRS. See an employee for additional fees and terms.