All New ING Direct $25 Bonus Codes Available

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Last updated on June 24, 2016 Views: 547 Comments: 5

I have posted all new bonus links for new ING Direct savings accounts as of today. If you are a new customer to ING Direct, one of the first internet-only banks that took advantage of low overhead to offer great interest rates on savings accounts, you can receive $25 for opening a new account. They require that your initial deposit is at least $250.

The Consumerism Commentary readers who provided these links will receive $10 when their links are used. I’ve used all of my available referral links for the savings accounts, so I am not earning anything (other than perhaps the admiration of readers I’ve helped earn a few bucks).

For those hoping to have their own referral links posted for the benefit of new customers, the waiting list is now full. Subscribe to the Consumerism Commentary RSS feed to be notified when I’ll be looking to add people to the waiting list.

Get the $25 ING Direct bonus links here.

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Anonymous says:

this link is no longer good:

OSA434: Deposit at least $250 with this link

Anonymous says:

Thanks. Forgot to add, I do enjoy your blog and find it useful. But will skip the Ing.

Luke Landes says:

Jes: Some of the links have been used already. I try to cross out or remove used links, but I can’t be fast enough all of the time. I crossed off a few that have been used; the remaining links work as of right now.

As far as the problem you had with the application’s unspecified correction, I can’t help you there. Their customer support is usually good, so a phone call could have problably helped you out.

Anonymous says:

The ING site says the lilnks don’t work. I tried once before to open an ING account, and it kept coming back needing some unspecified correction. I’ve wasted enough time with ING and will look elsewhere. In addition, I’ve decided I don’t want to entrust my money to a source that gives me such problems. Sorry to be so crabby, but *(#)# Ing.

Anonymous says:

Just wanted to leave a thank you comment! You’ve surely won my admiration 😉