How our offer works
Limited time! Get up to a $2,500 cash credit with a qualifying deposit or transfer.
Here's how to get your cash credit:
Cash credits will be granted based on deposits of new funds or securities from external accounts when an account is opened and funded with at least $5,000 and any additional deposits of new funds or securities made within 60 days of account opening, as shown in the chart below. Once account deposits reach $5,000, your account will receive $100 within 7 days. An account deposit or deposits totaling $1,000,000 or more will receive $2,500 within 7 days. At the end of the 60-day window, your account will be credited in the aggregate for new funds deposited or transferred into your new enrolled account within 7 days of the close of that window in accordance with the table below. So, for example, if you deposit $5,000 when you open your account, you will receive $100 within 7 days and if you have deposited a total of $25,000 at the end of the 60 day window from account opening, you will receive another $100 (for a total of $200):
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Offer valid for one new E*TRADE Securities retirement account opened by 01/06/2020 and funded within 60 days of account opening with $5,000 or more.
New funds or securities must be deposited or transferred within 60 days of enrollment in offer, be from accounts outside of E*TRADE, and remain in the account (minus any trading losses) for a minimum of twelve months or the cash credit(s) may be surrendered.
Excludes current E*TRADE Financial Corporation associates, non-US residents, and any jurisdiction where this offer is not valid. You must be the original recipient of this offer to enroll. This offer is not valid for business, custodial, estate, LLC, sole proprietorship, unincorporated organization, or E*TRADE Securities brokerage, E*TRADE Futures, E*TRADE Bank, or E*TRADE Savings Bank accounts. One promotion per customer. E*TRADE Securities reserves the right to terminate this offer at any time. Consult your tax professional regarding limits on depositing and rolling overqualified assets.