Bank Bonus from Aspiration Bank: An easy bonus to earn
Posted On April 21, 2021
Bank Account Bonus Amount
For this bank bonus from Aspiration Bank, the referring member get$50 each
Where it’s available
How to earn it
New members who open a “Spend & Save Account” get $50 for signing up with a referral link
Referring members also get $50 when the new member signs up and meets the spend requirements.
Additionally, for both to receive credit, the referred customer must use their Aspiration debit card to make at least $250 worth of cumulative transactions within 60 days of account opening; $250 transaction minimum refers to net purchases (purchases minus any credits or returns).
When it expires
Time for Bonus to Post
The site says to allow up to 16 weeks for the referral credit to post. To be honest, i’ve never had a bank bonus take that long to post, but we’ll see.
Account Closure Fees
This is an easy bank bonus without direct deposit requirements. I sent the referral to my wife, and she did it too. Another $50 for me and $50 for her. $150 total, not bad at all for less than 1hr of work. I certainly don’t make $150 an hour in my full-time job 🙂 Also, if you already signed up for this one from Aspiration, there’s another easy $50 Bank Bonus from One Finance that’s currently available.
According to their site “Your deposits are never used to fund fossil fuel projects like pipelines and oil drilling✝︎ and you’ll get extra cashback rewards for spending at businesses with a conscience.” I support environmentally friendly projects, so this is a plus for me.
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