Oct 27 2008

Earn a $20 bonus from ING Direct when you use your debit card

I received a notice via postal mail and e-mail today to let me know how I can earn an easy $20 from ING Direct.

Here’s the fine print:

Use your Electric Orange Debit Card for your next 5 purchases and you’ll get $20 back.

Here’s How:

  1. Make 5 purchases of at least $10 each anywhere MasterCard® is accepted
  2. Your purchases must show up on your November statement.
  3. We’ll deposit a $20 bonus into your Electric Orange by 12/15.

To learn more, visit ingdirect.com/spendwise

I was planning to use my ING debit card to pay our insurance premium next month. Now, all I have to do is use it four other times, and I’ll earn that little bonus.

Of course, it’s only a bonus if you’re using it to pay for things you normally would. If I use the card just for the sake of a bonus, that’s no deal at all!

If you don’t already have a savings or checking account with ING Direct, click over to my referral links page. If you make an initial deposit of $250 or more, you’ll get a $25 bonus in your account.

6 Responses to “Earn a $20 bonus from ING Direct when you use your debit card”

  1. When you click on the ING link, it says you will receive $10, not $20.

  2. Yeah…I’m not sure what that’s about. I emailed ING to see if they can clear it up.

    In the e-mail and the postal mail, both said $20. I guess we’ll find out what happens!

  3. My email this morning said only $10 as well. I figured maybe you were personally offered more due to heavy use of your account? (I keep $100 in it and never do anything with it.)

  4. I rarely use my ING debit card, so I don’t think that could be it.

    Hope we can get this sorted out soon!

  5. I had received an email to get $50 from ING.


  6. Thanks, Kacie. I did not know about this. It’s not too hard to do this for $20.

    Thanks again for your blog. It’s very good, even though it’s still too pink.

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