This Company Will Give You $150 for Opening a Free Account

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Sure, many debit cards offer sign-up bonuses throughout the year, but they often require you to jump through hoops with minimum requirements that feel impossible to hit.

Oh, and if you don’t meet another set of requirements? You’ll get slapped with a monthly maintenance fee. Honestly, at that point? Forget the cash bonus.

Instead of getting wrapped up into that mess, we found an account that makes snagging a $150  bonus super easy.

Here’s how you can be $150 richer this summer just for opening an Aspiration Spend and Save account.

How to Get a $150 Bonus When You Open This Account

We love this account because of the perks, including up to 1.00% annual percentage yield (APY) on your savings, up to 10% cash back on purchases with your debit card and unlimited fee-free withdrawals at more than 55,000 ATMs.

Plus, Aspiration works on a pay-what-is-fair model. You choose to set a monthly tip up to $20 or as low as $0, and you can change it anytime, so you don’t have to worry about those sneaky fees. (Additional services are provided at cost.)

Follow these simple steps to add a $150 bonus to your new account:

  1. Open your Aspiration Spend & Save Account and fund your account with at least $10.
  2. Use your Aspiration debit card to make at least $1,000 of cumulative transactions within the first 60 days of opening your account. There’s no need to spend extra money — just use your card to buy groceries and pay your utilities.
  3. You’re good to go! Keep your eyes peeled for that $150, which will appear in your account within 120 days.

Note: This bonus is not advertised on Aspiration’s website but available to The Penny Hoarder readers who use this special link.

Now, happy spending — or saving! Luckily, it’s easy to do both with your new account.

Carson Kohler is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder.