Capital One 360 Bonus Offer

We’ve talked about Capital One 360 here at the Dough Roller. It’s the bank I use for savings, checking, and for our children. You can read about my experience with the bank in this review.

Today Capital One 360 has gotten even better. For a limited time they are offering a bonus of up to $500.

The Bonus

To earn the bonus, you must deposit a minimum of $5,000. This deposit must come from an external account (non-Capital One source), and must be deposited within 10 days of opening the account.

The bonus will work on a sliding scale, and range from $50 to $500. Naturally, the larger the deposit, the higher the bonus amount.

The bonus schedule looks like this:

  • $5,000+ deposit, $50 bonus
  • $10,000+ deposit, $100 bonus
  • $20,000+ deposit, $200 bonus
  • $30,000+ deposit, $300 bonus
  • $40,000+ deposit, $400 bonus
  • $50,000+ deposit, $500 bonus

The bonus is limited to one payment per primary account holder.

This is a limited time offer that is good until 11:59 pm (EST) on November 30, 2015. Once you make the $5,000 deposit, you must maintain that balance for a minimum of 90 days in order to qualify for the $50 bonus. If you deposit and maintain $10,000 or more daily for that same period of time, you’ll earn $100 and so on, up to $500 total. The bonus will be deposited into your savings account 10 to 15 days after the required 90 day holding period expires. And once deposited, the funds will be available to you immediately.

Click here to go to the Capital One 360 Savings Bonus offer. This is a paid endorsement.

Published or Updated: September 30, 2015
About Rob Berger

Rob founded the Dough Roller in 2007. A litigation attorney in the securities industry, he lives in Northern Virginia with his wife, their two teenagers, and the family mascot, a shih tzu named Sophie.


  1. Kenneth says:

    Dang, in reading the fine print, any former Capital One 360 account holders are not eligible. Must be new customers. I’m at Ally right now.

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