Free iTunes Songs from Massachusetts Bank
You probably have heard by now that you can finally download Beatles songs from iTunes. But, did you know that you could earn iTunes songs for normal monthly banking activity? A new marketing concept that banks are jumping on is rewarding customers with free iTunes songs – instead of interest. This might be a great way to load up an iPod, iPhone or iPad with the Beatles songs that have just been released on iTunes. Typical of a rewards checking account, a customer must meet preset monthly requirements to earn the free iTunes songs.
Washington Savings Bank, a FDIC-insured bank based in the greater-Boston area, is one of the banks with the free iTunes offer. You can earn an immediate $15 worth of iTunes download credits for opening an a Tune Rewards Checking account and then another $5 of iTunes downloads every month you meet the debit card and online banking requirements. Another feature of the Washington Savings Bank checking account offer is up to $25 per month of free ATM refunds. The offer is open to anyone, not just Massachusetts residents.
The Tune Rewards Checking account is eco-friendly because it promotes online banking, instead of paper and branch banking.
Monthly Requirements to Earn Free iTunes Songs
- Make 12 debit card purchases
- Access online banking
- Receive eStatements
- Nationwide Free ATM transactions rebated up to $25 per month (when qualifications are met).
- Free Downloads up to $5 per month (when qualifications are met)
- No monthly service charge
- No minimum balance
- Free Debit Card
- Free online banking and bill pay
- Free checks for life (basic check order per year)
- Lowell, Massachusetts
- Dracut, Massachusetts
- Tyngsboro, Massachusetts