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CIBC: Get a Tim Hortons Double Double Visa + Open a Chequing Account and Get $400 in Cash!

There's an interesting bonus offer going on now at CIBC when you get a Tim Hortons Double Double Visa and open a new Chequing Account. You can get up to $400 in cash when you complete certain transactions. Here's a look at how it works.

First, apply for the Tim Hortons Double Double Visa. This card comes with $20 in Tim Cash (enough for 11 large coffees) and you'll earn 1% back in Tim Cash for every dollar spent on purchases. The card doesn't have an annual fee, although of course it carries a pretty typical interest rate on purchases (19.99%). After getting the card, apply for a CIBC Unlimited Chequing Account, EverydayPlus Chequing Account or PremierService Chequing Account and complete the following transactions:

  • Pay a bill or send an INTERAC e-Transfer using mobile or online banking and receive $100 cash in your new account
  • Complete an eligible direct deposit or two eligible pre-authorized payments to receive an additional $300 cash in your new account

You can complete both transactions for a total of $400 in bonus cash.

And here's a look at the details on the three eligible chequing accounts for this offer:

  • CIBC EverydayPlus Chequing Account with 25 transactions a month and no minimum balance requirement for $9.95/month
  • CIBC Unlimited Chequing Account with unlimited transactions and no minimum balance requirement for $13.95/month
  • CIBC PremierService Account with unlimited transactions, unlimited non-CIBC bank machine withdrawals, no charge for bank drafts, money orders, certified cheques or stop payments and more for $28.95/month

The offer ends on October 31, 2014. The full terms and conditions of these offers can be found here.

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Posted: 2014-07-04  | Expires: 2014-11-01
Deal source: www.cibc.com