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HG (@guest_1811659)
March 10, 2024 21:51

Anyone get paid in March 2024 on this?

W (@guest_1791273)
February 2, 2024 12:03

Anyone didn’t receive their $30 match yet?

Bertrand (@guest_1791304)
February 2, 2024 12:39

Yeah, nothing for P1 and P2 after showing three $30 deposits pending yesterday for each of us.

Amber (@guest_1790909)
February 1, 2024 20:59

Did anyone else get three $30 match bonuses today?

Bertrand (@guest_1790920)
February 1, 2024 21:18

Yes. P1 and P2.

Amber (@guest_1790923)
February 1, 2024 21:20

Ok. Probably a system error.

OST (@guest_1790932)
February 1, 2024 21:28

happy accidents need not be corrected

OST (@guest_1790931)
February 1, 2024 21:27

same here

007 (@guest_1790995)
February 1, 2024 23:17

Weird. P1 got it three times but P2 only got it twice.

Mike (@guest_1769341)
January 2, 2024 18:40

For the 10% match bonus, how soon can you transfer out the $300 from the Bloom Save account?

Jay (@guest_1769625)
January 3, 2024 01:26

Let it settle. Then you can move it the next day.

Or to be extra conservative, wait until the $30 posts early next month. Just keep the $300 in SPAXX or similar money market for no/minimal cash drag. But there is no holding requirement.

Sexy_kitten7 (@guest_1769052)
January 2, 2024 14:06

How do you close it? I requested a close. Can no longer use app (welcome screen). But accts still show on Fidelity online? Thanks!

ShawntheShawn👈🏾 (@guest_1769168)
January 2, 2024 15:59

Fidelity Bloom is a brokerage account. It is not uncommon for brokerage accounts to continue to show up in your online account after it has been closed.

I haven’t closed any Fidelity account yet, but you may try this to see if it works: (1) log into the web interface of Fidelity; (2) In the left panel, click the gear icon ⚙ above the balance amount of All accounts, then click Account display preferences; (3) In the pop-up window, select the closed account and see if you can Hide it or Delete it. Sexy_kitten7

Sexy_kitten7 (@guest_1769205)
January 2, 2024 16:22

Thank you! Spend is zero and I can hide it. Save has a few cents and I cannot hide it. I guess i’ll have to reach out. Can’t remember how I emailed the first time! Ugh.

Sexy_kitten7 (@guest_1770932)
January 4, 2024 16:48

So I zeroed out my Save acct and then closed via the Virtual Assistant. Very easy, you type in close account and it gives you a list of options. You can also hide your acct there!

Joe (@guest_1768832)
January 2, 2024 10:19

Just added another $300 for the $30 match. Curious how others are thinking about how much $ to leave in this account. The 5% return is pretty solid but I don’t want to keep too much in here. Is it worth leaving $100 or so to leave the account open for potential future rewards? I know there’s no explicit minimum but I want to avoid closing if the 10% yearly match continues

Eric V
Eric V (@guest_1769133)
January 2, 2024 15:32

I just xferred another $300 for another $30 match as well. You can actually purchase securities within the save account, so each year I xfer $300 in, get the $30, and then purchase $300 of FZROX and let it sit and (usually) gain value.

Jay (@guest_1769312)
January 2, 2024 18:13

Leave a $1 if you care.

John R🔗
John R🔗 (@guest_1768361)
January 1, 2024 12:11

App shows that 10% match up to $30 is available for 2024.

ShawntheShawn👈🏾 (@guest_1768397)
January 1, 2024 13:07

Nice New Year Gift!

Jay (@guest_1768584)
January 1, 2024 19:17

$300 from Fido brokerage -> Fido Bloom Save, let it settle, and then back again!

Declan C
Declan C (@guest_1768692)
January 2, 2024 01:10

confirming im also showing this offer

Wayne (@guest_1768740)
January 2, 2024 06:20

Did 2 transfers, one for P2 and myself. Can confirm 10% match.

John R🔗
John R🔗 (@guest_1768890)
January 2, 2024 11:25

You mean your 2024 match already posted?
I’m asking because the match posted end of month in past years, so if you’re referring to your 2023 match posting, you can do it again for 2024.

RiskandReward (@guest_1768887)
January 2, 2024 11:20

Nice, was just looking for this

Azure (@guest_1769310)
January 2, 2024 18:13

Where do you see that on the app?

Edit: nevermind, I see it too by clicking “Savings match” then going to “Earn more”

Billy Bob
Billy Bob (@guest_1769502)
January 2, 2024 22:03

Where in the app is ‘saving match’? Cannot find it.

John R🔗
John R🔗 (@guest_1769784)
January 3, 2024 09:53

Just refresh the first page after login a few times, it should come up at the top. Having said that, you don’t need to activate anything, it should work for you whether or not you click through the notice

Azure (@guest_1771702)
January 5, 2024 15:25

Should be on the home page under The section Earned this year
Scroll the tiles

Ed (@guest_1778152)
January 15, 2024 11:42

I saw that, too. Deposited $300 on 1/4 but I still haven’t received the rewards yet.
For comparison, I deposited $300 on 1/30 last year and received the $30 reward just a few days later on 2/1.

L (@guest_1778160)
January 15, 2024 11:52

When will I get my cash reward for the savings match in Fidelity Bloom?

We distribute a savings match reward each month.

At the end of each month, we’ll use your settled deposits to calculate how much of the savings match reward you are eligible for. At the beginning of the following month, we’ll automatically deposit those earnings you’re eligible for directly into your Fidelity Bloom® Save account.

For example, if your Save balance includes $300 in eligible deposits on July 31, you’ll receive the maximum reward payout for that calendar year in early August.

fdic (@guest_1859877)
June 14, 2024 17:48

John R🔗 ShawntheShawn Jay Can I please confirm if this 10% match can still be done for 2024? thanks

ShawntheShawn👈🏾 (@guest_1859949)
June 14, 2024 20:45

Not a confirmation, but I believe the 10% match is still available. According to the FAQ (

What is the savings match in Fidelity Bloom®?

Savings match is one of the ways we celebrate your progress and reward you for saving. You might be familiar with how many employers often match a percentage of your retirement contributions. Similarly, Fidelity Bloom®’s savings match is basically “free money” that rewards your good financial habits!

Fidelity Bloom offers a match of 10% on up to $300 (max of $30) in eligible deposits made to your Fidelity Bloom Save account. Match rewards are deposited to your Fidelity Bloom Save account. They are based on eligible deposits into your Fidelity Bloom Save account in a calendar year. Eligible deposits into your Fidelity Bloom Save account include transfers from outside or other Fidelity accounts, cash-back shopping rewards, and Round Up deposits.

Offer ends 12/31/24. Fidelity may revoke this offer at any time.

If you haven’t done it for 2024, it is worthwhile to try it. fdic

fdic (@guest_1860195)
June 15, 2024 22:00

Thank you!!

Mohamed (@guest_1757963)
December 14, 2023 00:12

This promotion appears to have ended. No mention of the $50 offer anywhere on the linked Fidelity page.

Neil (@guest_1759845)
December 16, 2023 23:51

ended on December 11, 2023

Hether (@guest_1752895)
December 6, 2023 20:49

I don’t see any details on how long you have to leave this money in after receiving bonus. Does anyone know? Can it be pulled quickly afterwards?

Bob the Bonus 🖇️
Bob the Bonus 🖇️ (@guest_1753025)
December 6, 2023 23:14

If the terms of the promo don’t mention any such requirement………Then there is none.

hether (@guest_1753398)
December 7, 2023 12:17

I think I found my own answer in the FAQs on their website. says its ours to use right away

Carlzjr (@guest_1751338)
December 4, 2023 23:27

I did this Spend + Save Bloom account (savings and checking combo) for $100 + $30, also stacked it with the other Fidelity $100 offer (CMA + brokerage) successfully. So 4 accounts total for $230 bonus.

Very satisfied with the Bloom “Spend” account in particular- the Spend and Save accounts are basically two of the same accounts, just the Spend is connected to a debit card while savings is not connected to a card. Best part is they are both earning 5% on held cash right now with the default core position SPAXX, also can directly trade with fractional shares. So you get 5% return on cash and good access to the funds through debit card access and real fast transfers (like 2x as fast as some others). I fully recommend these Bloom accounts.

CMA and brokerage accounts are pretty much redundant with the Bloom accounts but CMA is the default DD hammer. All the Fidelity interfaces are good, many features/detail while still being intuitive, mobile app is very usable.

One thing that blows my mind though is that Fidelity does not support Plaid connections from external banks, although they fully support linking to outside account from within Fidelity. Which is about the only thing keeping me from fully adopting them over some other checking account like Cap1 *arr!*.

Matt A
Matt A (@guest_1764621)
December 24, 2023 15:38

FYI the bloom debit card does not reimburse ATM fees, but the CMA debit card does. You really need both accounts to get a full “checking” account.