Now you can earn more than the National Average1 when you open an NEA® Certificate of Deposit Account through Discover Bank, Member FDIC. This valuable member benefit offers you:
1. National CD Average APY is based on specified product types of top 50 U.S. banks (ranked by total deposits) provided by Informa Research Services, Inc. as of . Although the information provided by Informa Research Services has been obtained from the various institutions, accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
2. To qualify for the $50 bonus offer, the applicant must: (i) be an Eligible NEA Member (an individual who is an NEA member as of the account application date, or any of the following individuals who is related to and is registered by such an NEA member as of the account application date: parent, spouse, domestic partner, son, daughter, parent of the spouse/domestic partner), and (ii) open either an NEA CD or Money Market account through Discover Bank with an initial minimum deposit of $2,500 or an NEA Online Savings account through Discover Bank with an initial minimum deposit of $500. Accounts must be opened by February 28, 2017 to be eligible for the bonus. Initial deposit must be received by March 15, 2017 to obtain the bonus. NEA affiliation subject to verification. Bonus limited to one per Eligible NEA Member, per product, per calendar year. IRA CDs are not eligible for this offer. Bonus will be awarded via account credit within 60 days following the end of the month in which the account is funded and will be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT. Account must be opened at time of account credit. Offer may be withdrawn or modified at any time without notice.
3. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is accurate as of and subject to change daily without notice. This offer applies to personal accounts only. A penalty may be charged for early withdrawal. Fees could reduce earnings on the account. Minimum opening balance is $2,500.
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The NEA® Certificate of Deposit Account
Rates that consistently exceed the national average.1 Rates accurate as of .