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Biggest Saver Challenge

$100 New Membership Terms & Conditions

New memberships only. $100 paid when new member opens a checking account with a minimum deposit of $25 and has at least one direct deposit totaling $100 per month. Direct deposit must be made within 60 days of account opening. Bonus will be paid within 30 days of direct deposit posting to new account. New account must remain open and maintain a positive balance for at least 90 days. If criteria is not met, $100 bonus will be withdrawn from account. Limit one $100 bonus per new member. Honor employees and immediate family members ineligible. Offer subject to change without notice. This is a gift, please consult your tax advisor. Not valid with any other offer. Limited time offer. Federally insured by NCUA.

Terms of Use

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The content contained herein, the terms, conditions, and descriptions that appear, are subject to change at any time. Availability of products and services for your participation are subject to credit and other conditions determined necessary by Honor Credit Union.

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