When you are a student, every dollar counts. TD Canada Trust knows this, and that it why they are offering a great student bundle. TD is offering $50 for just signing up for the TD Canada Trust Student Bundle by October 7th.
What is TD Canada Trust’s Student Bundle?
In order to qualify for the TD Canada Trust Student Bundle you have to do the following 3 steps:
- Open a Value Plus Account for Students, and show proof of full time school enrollment
- Apply for any TD Canada Trust Credit Card
- Complete two bill payments through EasyWeb (this includes the TD Mobile app) or pre-authorized debit or sign up for your first Simply Save Program by November 4th
When you have completed these steps successfully, $50 will be deposited into your Value Plus Account by January 31st, 2012.
This is a pretty good deal, especially when you consider that you are getting $50 without having to do much. Yes you have to open a chequing account with TD, but realistically, it does not take much out of you, and nothing out of your wallet. By applying for the student account, the fees are waived as long as you are a student.
Applying for a credit card is not much effort at all, and if you do get approved, then you are on your way to building your credit score. Well that is if you are responsible with the way you handle your credit.
Signing up for the Simply Save program is definitely the easiest choice in the third step. On top of it all, you are able to save money without having to transfer your money to a savings account through this program.
What if I already bank with TD? Can I still receive an incentive?
For students who currently bank with TD, you do not need to worry because TD still has a way for you to earn some money for free.
If you already have an existing TD Canada Trust chequing account or TD Canada Trust credit card, you can still receive $25 bonus by opening the outstanding product. From there you complete the third step in process and you will be eligible to earn $25.
In the event you already have a chequing account and a credit card (as of July 29th), then you will not be eligible for either the $50 or $25 bonus.
There you have it folks, a great way to earn up to $50 for not doing much at all. If you are looking for a bank, TD is a great choice, not because you are getting an incentive for joining but based on the fact that they have received the highest customer satisfaction rating from J.D Power and Associates for the 6th consecutive year. TD continues to improve their services for their clients, which allows them to stay on top of the competition when it comes to customer service.
What do you think of TD Canada Trust’s Student Bundle?
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