These days you’re hard-pressed to find free checking anywhere, let alone an account that pays you. Introducing our Swipe2Save Checking Account at Pathways Financial Credit Union – the checking account that rewards you for saving money.
We’ll pay you up to $300 in the first 6 months!
It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
We round up your purchases
Use your debit card for everyday transactions. We’ll round your purchase amount to the nearest dollar and deposit the difference into your Swipe2Save Savings Account.
Example: Your $22.38 purchase becomes $23, with the $0.62 difference deposited in your Swipe2Save Savings Account
We match your savings
For the first 6 months your account is open, Pathways will match your round-up amount for each debit card transaction (up to $50/mo.).
Double the savings!
You earn an unbeatable rate
All funds deposited in your Swipe2Save Savings Account – both your round-up deposits and the credit union matched amounts – earn an unbeatable rate:
Let’s see how much you can earn:
Apply now to start saving!
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*APY = Annual Percentage Yield. Swipe2Save Secondary Savings Account balances $2,500 and under will earn 5.00% APY compounded and credited quarterly; balances exceeding $2,500 will earn regular Secondary Savings APY. Consult the Credit Union’s Account Disclosure Rate Supplement for current APY. Six month Credit Union match valid for new checking accounts only. Maximum match amount $50 per month for the first six months; match ends six months after checking account opening. Round-up deposits will not be made in the instance of a negative checking account balance. The only deposits permitted into Swipe2Save Secondary Savings Account are round-up deposits from debit card transactions and applicable credit union match funds. PFCU share and checking accounts federally insured for up to $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Savings rates subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to end or extend this offer at any time.