This bonus has expired, but you can view more Integrity Bank bonuses by clicking here and a list of the best bonuses here.
Offer at a glance
- Maximum bonus amount: $150
- Availability: PA only [Branch Locations]
- Direct deposit required: No
- Additional requirements: 5 debit card transactions
- Hard/soft pull: Unknown
- Credit card funding: Unknown
- Monthly fees: None
- Early account termination fee: Unknown
- Expiration date: March 31st, 2016
- Open a new Integrity Bank checking account and receive a sign up bonus of $150 when you do the following:
- Complete five debit card purchases that post and clear before April 15th, 2016
The Fine Print
- This offer is available to new checking account households at Integrity Bank and limited to one per household
- Offer applies to new consumer Free Checking, Preferred Account Checking and Four Star Club checking
- Offer cannot be combined with any other checking offer and is subject to change or termination without notice
- Integrity Bank – a division of S&T Bank will credit one bonus of $150 on or before April 22, 2016 to checking account opened between January 4 and March 31, 2016 with five S&T debit card purchases completed (posted and cleared) by April 15, 2016
- All bank account bonuses are treated as income/interest and as such you have to pay taxes on them
They offer a free checking account with no monthly fees or minimums.
S&T Bank also have a $100 bonus, with no requirements or monthly minimums – I think it’s worth completing the 5 debit card transactions for another $50. I’m not sure if you can do both bonuses, but I guess not due to Integrity being a division of S&T bank (Update: It’s one or the other unfortunately). Either way if we can confirm this is a soft pull + credit card funding we’ll add it to our best bank bonus list. Let us know your experiences in the comments below.
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any DP for cc funding? which cards code as cash advance, just visa and mc ?
Don’t have any yet, will update this page: https://www.doctorofcredit.com/does-funding-a-bank-account-with-a-credit-card-count-as-a-purchase-or-cash-advance/#Integrity_Bank when we do.
thx. new expiration date is: September 30, 2016
Just recieved the $150. It was not hard.. did 5 $0.50 amazon gift card transactions. No hard pull but no CC funding. The promo is running again and I would have it as best bank bonus but its up to you guys.
I did the S&T account (expired $100 bonus offer) a few weeks ago, so I’m not able to go for this one (according to Alexis above). I’m kind of glad that I did the S&T account even though the bonus was $50 less because I was able to fund $5000 as a purchase on my Citi Hilton Reserve card. That knocked out a nice chunk of my $40k spending requirement to maintain HH Diamond status for 2017.
I assume this bank probably also allows 5k in funding.
I will be opening in branch this friday — will update with details here
Update – opened account in branch today. Took about 30 min in branch. They said that theyd accept credit cards but that it would be a cash advance. I dont know if it would actually code as a CA but i didnt risk it and just deposited with cash.
Will update when i do my transactions and recieve bonus.
I have confirmed that the restrictions for one bonus per household apply across both Integrity and S&T Bank, so it’s one or the other.
It’s a soft pull according to a CS rep. Didn’t ask about opting out of overdraft protection
There is a branch in my neighborhood. I’ll open an account on Thursday, see if I can fund with a credit card and let you know.
Any way to apply online?
Not that I can see.
Probably should have [PA Only] in the header?
Yup, my bad. Fixed now.