Earn up to $300 when you open a new Platinum, Gold or Easy Checking account and complete two or more recurring direct deposits that total a minimum of $2,000 and enroll in eStatements within 60 days of account opening.1

Earn up to $50 when you open a new U.S. Bank Standard Savings account then have deposit(s) of $2,000 or more by September 8, 2020 and maintain total account balance of $2,000 or more through November 30, 2020.2

A promo code has been added for you below. You can now apply for your checking and savings accounts. Note that the promo code won’t be automatically added if you don’t use the apply now buttons below.

Platinum Checking Package

The Platinum Checking Package is our top-tier checking account. It offers the best rates and rewards and pays interest on the money you keep in your account. The monthly maintenance fee of $24.95 can be waived depending on U.S. Bank relationship.

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Gold Checking Package

The Gold Checking Package has extra benefits for U.S. Bank credit card and loan customers. The monthly maintenance fee of $14.95 can be waived depending on U.S. Bank relationship. 

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Easy Checking

The Easy Checking account provides standard features such as online/mobile banking, a U.S. Bank Visa Debit Card and more. The monthly maintenance fee of $6.95 can be waived depending on U.S. Bank relationship. 

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Standard Savings

A basic savings account built for fast, convenient access to your hard earned money. 

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Set up direct deposit.

To receive your checking bonus, you will need to make at least two direct deposits that total $2,000 or more within 60 days of account opening. This is an easy, worry-free way to have electronic deposits – like paychecks or Social Security payments – deposited automatically into your U.S. Bank checking or savings accounts.

To set up payroll direct deposit with your employer:

  • Ask for a copy of your employer's direct deposit signup form or download the U.S. Bank Direct Deposit Authorization Form (PDF).
  • Provide your new U.S. Bank checking account number, U.S. Bank ABA check routing number and other required information.
  • Submit the completed direct deposit form to your employer. (Direct deposit can take several pay cycles to take effect. Follow up with Human Resources.)