Kasasa Cash Back
Kasasa Cash Back®
We think getting paid to go shopping is a great idea. That’s why we offer Kasasa Cash Back® — free checking that pays you 2.00% cash back (up to $8 per month) on your debit card purchases.*
Just buy the things you would normally buy, and earn cash. You’ll also get refunds on your ATM fees from any ATM in the U.S.* So you can make any ATM your ATM.
- $25 minimum deposit to open
- 2.00% cash back on debit card purchases*
- No category restrictions on purchases
- Cash back earned on up to $400 in purchases monthly
- Earn up to $8 cash back per month
- Refunds on ATM fees, nationwide (up to $20 monthly)*
- Link to Kasasa Saver® to build savings effortlessly
- No minimum balance to earn rewards
- No monthly service fee
- Free Visa Debit Card
- Mobile, Online Banking, Bill Pay & TeleBanc
- Unlimited check writing
Earning your rewards is simple…
Do a few banking basics we call “qualifications.” To earn your rewards, just do the following transactions and activities in your Kasasa Cash Back account during each Monthly Qualification Cycle:
- Have at least 1 ACH auto debit or Bill Pay transaction post and settle
- Have at least 12 debit card purchases post and settle
- Be enrolled in and log into online banking
That's all there is to it. Even if you don't meet your qualifications during the cycle, Kasasa Cash Back is free! Plus, you can get right back to earning your cash rewards the very next month.
*Account transactions and activities may take one or more days to post and settle to the account and all must do so during the Monthly Qualification Cycle in order to qualify for the account’s rewards. The following activities do not count toward earning account rewards: ATM-processed transactions, transfers between accounts, debit card purchases processed by merchants and received by our bank as ATM transactions, non-retail payment transactions and purchases made with debit cards not issued by our bank. “Monthly Qualification Cycle” means a period beginning one (1) business day prior to the first day of the current statement cycle through one (1) business day prior to the close of the current statement cycle.