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Chase Business Checking $200 Bonus

You can qualify for a $200 bonus for opening a Chase Business Checking account.

It only takes a $500 minimum deposit and you can choose from one of four different plans based on the size of your business and the services you need.

The least expensive option, for example, allows up to 200 transactions a month and provides several ways to have the monthly maintenance fees waived, such as linking your new checking account to your credit card account.

The offer expires March 28, 2009.

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  1. BloggingBanks said:
    on February 21st at 08:45 am

    40% return in 2 months, that’s certainly better than your mutual fund!

  2. Craig said:
    on February 23rd at 02:36 pm

    I don’t see where it states that you have to have a business credit card on the $200.00 offer (other than to say to ‘Chase Business Customers’ at the top). It doesn’t specifically state ‘existing’ customers, and by opening the checking account, you are becoming a ‘Chase Business Customers’.

    What is the context of the original offer?

  3. marketsense said:
    on February 23rd at 02:46 pm

    you have to be a sole proprietor, or a non profit business to qualify to get an interest earning account, and you can’t take the money out of an account you already have with chase or they don’t pay the bonus. I cant see where it says you have to be a card holder or else you will get a smaller bonus. So I would apply even if you don’t have a card. Seems like you’d get the whole amount!

  4. ameera said:
    on February 23rd at 11:49 pm

    I took advantage of this offer. i have a business account with WAMU which will eventually be grandfathered into Chase in any event. So once that happens, I will close the old WAMU account and keep my new Chase account. I got a business credit card which the banker told me if I use once I will get $50 for (bonus points) and free checks, which I didn’t have to pay for.

    The banks are so desperate, we might even be getting toasters again.

  5. Dollar Bill said:
    on March 1st at 09:34 pm

    I took this offer to Chase and they refused to offer it because I did not have the coupon codes.


    This advertisement on here is pretty shady!

  6. Travis said:
    on March 12th at 11:57 am

    You have to do a zip code check to see if you can start the account online. I live in Georgia and I was not able to start a business account because they do not have any in GA.

  7. Tamie said:
    on May 15th at 05:52 pm

    I was told I could go on line to get a coupon code for this….I’ve not been able to locate one. Does anyone know where to get the code?

  8. Sky said:
    on May 20th at 01:59 pm

    Hi, this is an old offer by now. The link above used to take you to Chase where an online generated coupon code was shown. I believe each time you clicked on it, a new one appeared. So one coupon code number per person. In any case, I had gotten a coupon and used it. The coupon said it expired 3/28/09. I opened an account on 3/6/09, However, Chase misrepresented the coupon information. It said $500 must be deposited within 30 days of account opening. My deposit arrived at Chase right after 3/28/09. Guess what? Chase said my account was not really open until they received the deposit. So no bonus. The coupon small print should have mentioned that, or at least the Chase rep who took my application should have mentioned it. Either way, Chase no longer has this offer.

  9. Sorrentino Enterprises Inc said:
    on February 10th at 11:21 am

    There is nothing “shady” about it. Go to Chase with your business license and give them $500 to open the business account. Then you get a $200 bonus. Its that simple.