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Certificate of Deposit

U.S. Bank CD Account

Exercise your options by choosing a U.S. Bank CD (Certificate of Deposit) that best suits your investing needs, with the rate and term that is right for you. Whether you have a time-specific savings need or wish to diversify your portfolio risk, this CD is a popular product to protect and grow your money.

  • Offers a variety of terms usually ranging from one month to five years
  • Guarantees a fixed rate of return
  • Requires a minimum deposit of $500 to open
  • Provides the security of FDIC insurance1
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  1. FDIC insured to the maximum allowed by law.

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Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC.


Annual Percentage Yield (APY) assumes principal and interest remain on deposit for the term of the certificate. Interest is compounded daily. All interest payments for the APY will be credited at the end of the term or annually, whichever occurs first. Penalty will be imposed for early withdrawal. Advertised rate and APY are offered at the bank’s discretion and may change daily. Fees could reduce earning on the account. CD Specials have a $1,000 minimum opening deposit, up to a maximum of $249,999.99. For amounts of $250,000 or more, please contact a U.S. Bank branch. Online application is not valid for single maturity CDs, business or retirement CDs, brokerage deposits, institutional investors, public funds or in conjunction with other promotional offers.

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