(EXPIRED) Invest $200 With Fidelity & Get $100 Amazon Gift Card

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Fidelity has launched a new promotion that’s offering a $100 Amazon gift card when opening both a spending account and investing account and depositing $200. With no monthly or annual fees, this is an easy way to earn a $100 Amazon gift card, but be aware that it’s not available to anyone who already has a Fidelity Account or Fidelity Cash Management Account.

Fidelity Start Your Stack $100 Amazon Gift Card

The Deal

  • Open a spending account and investing account and deposit $200 to get a $100 Amazon gift card.
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • Must open both accounts to qualify.
  • New accounts must be funded within 60 days.
  • Fidelity customers who currently have an existing brokerage or cash management account are not eligible for this offer.
  • Offer is nontransferable, limited to one per individual per rolling 12 months, and may not be combined with other offers.
  • Funding must come from an external, non-Fidelity source via any standard monetary transfer method (a standard transfer of assets form, check, electronic funds transfer, ADM deposit, etc.).
  • Account holders must maintain the minimum qualifying account balance (minus any losses related to
    trading or market volatility, or margin debit balances) at Fidelity for at least nine months from the date
    on which the final qualifying deposit is made, or Fidelity may charge the account the cost of the gift
    card.

Quick Thoughts

This is a quick and easy way to earn a $100 Amazon gift card seeing as all you have to do is open a couple of accounts and deposit $200. There are no monthly or annual fees to worry about; trades cost $4.95, but there’s no need to make any trades if all you want is the $100 gift card signup bonus.

You’re sadly not eligible for this bonus if you currently have a brokerage or cash management account, or if you received a similar bonus within the last 12 months. Doctor of Credit notes that there was a $200 signup bonus a few months ago, so if you jumped on that offer you’ll have to sit this one out.

Be sure to leave your $200 deposited for at least nine months, otherwise Fidelity will claw back $100.

There’s no expiry date on this offer, but it’s likely to be popular and so it’d be best to sign up ASAP if you’re interested in taking advantage of the bonus.

Last updated on October 19th, 2018

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Tony

Any cost to close the account?

Joe
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Joe

not worth it

aquafina
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aquafina

Why not? Leave $200 in the account for 9-12 months to gain $100. You get your whole $200 back at the end when you close.

wise2u
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wise2u

really?, 50% interest for 9 month term, where else can you get a better investment return on $200….?!?!…I would say more but it wouldn’t be polite.

HoKo
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HoKo

My employer’s 401k is with fidelity so i have an account due to that. Any idea if that bars me from this promo?

r m h
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r m h

went to the link…saw this :

“P.S. If you’re looking for our recent Amazon.com offer, it expired on 10/16. Our two accounts are still great options for spending and investing.”

Steve
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Steve

Looks to be working today

Alex
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Alex

Anybody who has Fidelity CC likely has an individual brokerage account where cashback is deposited. Does it disqualify or is it a different kind of account?