Earn double cash-back rewards (that's $0.20!) until December 2020.*
All the stuff you want, and a little more:
*You must open a new Promise Rewards Checking account ($25 minimum opening deposit) between January 27, 2020 – April 10, 2020, and be a Maine or New Hampshire resident at account opening. Employees of Camden National Bank are not eligible. No signer on the account may be, or have been a signer on a Camden National Bank consumer checking account within the past 12 months. If you make 10 debit card point-of-sale transactions that post and clear your account in the 2nd statement cycle, a $50 bonus will be paid within 60 days of meeting requirements. If you have direct deposits totaling $500 or more of your payroll, pension or government benefits, such as Social Security, during the 6th statement cycle, a $50 bonus will be paid within 60 days following your 6th statement cycle. If you have direct deposits totaling $500 or more during the 12th statement cycle, a final $50 bonus will be paid within 60 days following your 12th statement cycle. To be eligible for cash-back rewards, you must sign up for eStatements and have direct deposits totaling $500 or more, of your payroll, pension or government benefits, such as Social Security. If you’re enrolled in eStatements, at the end of each statement cycle you will be paid a $0.20 cash-back reward for every qualifying debit card purchase and direct deposit that posts to and clears your account until 12/31/2020, after which you will earn $0.10 cash-back rewards. Account bonuses and rewards are reported to the IRS as interest income. Account must be open and active to earn bonus and rewards. Cash-back rewards limited to $30 per statement cycle. This cannot be combined with any other offer. Other terms and conditions may apply; please contact the bank for further details. Limited-time offer, subject to change. Promotion is for individuals only.
**When using a non-Camden National Bank ATM in the U.S., accept the disclosed fee and we will refund the surcharge the next business day.