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My Rewards Checking

My Rewards Checking


Treat Yourself
Say YES! To Fee-Free, High Interest Checking!

You deserve a better checking account.


With a MyRewards Checking account, your money’s working hard and earning interest on your balance with no minimum balance requirements. Even better, MyRewards Checking has no fees, takes only $100 to open, and offers ATM refunds of up to $4.99 per transaction and up to $20 per monthly cycle on domestic ATM fees when qualifications are met.

Speaking of qualifications--We don’t ask for much. All we require is that you:

  • Have at least 10 debit card point-of-sale transactions per qualification cycle post and clear (excluding ATM transactions).
  • Have at least one ACH Auto Debit or Direct Deposit post and clear to your checking account per qualification cycle (Intra-bank transfers do not count as a qualifying direct deposit or automatic payment).
  • Enroll in e-Statements.

Meet the monthly qualifications on your MyRewards Checking and your checking account money earns an *annual percentage yield (APY) of 1.51% on balances up to $15,000--and balances over $15,000 earn 0.15% interest rate on portion of balance over $15,000, resulting in 1.51%-0.15% APY* depending upon the balance.

If qualifications are not met, all balances earn 0.05% APY*.

Treat yourself to the interest you deserve. Say YES! to MyRewards Checking account today--only from  Northwest Bank and the Power of Yes!

*Rates may change after the account is open. Fees may reduce earnings. ATM refunds are credited to the account on the last day of the monthly statement cycle if qualifications are met. ATM receipt must be presented for reimbursement of an individual ATM fee of $5.00 or higher. Transactions may take one or more banking days from the date the transaction was made to post to and settle an account. Available to personal accounts only. Limit of two MyRewards Checking accounts per household. “Monthly Qualification Cycle” means a period beginning one day prior to the first day of the current statement cycle through one day prior to the close of the current statement cycle.