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TD Bank

TD Canada Trust: Open a Select Service or Infinity Account, Get a Free Samsung Galaxy Tab

TD Canada Trust Free Samsung Galaxy Tab Offer
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Shopping around for a new bank account? Check out this limited-time offer from TD Canada Trust -- when you open a Select Service or Infinity account right now, they'll give you a free Samsung Galaxy Tab!

Here's what you'll need to do in order to get yours:

  • Open either a new Select Service account OR a new Infinity Account by July 19
  • Complete two of the following by August 30: one recurring, eligible Direct Deposit; one bill payment via EasyWeb or the TD Mobile app; one pre-authorized Debit transaction

Once these conditions have been met, your gift will be sent to you within 10-12 weeks. Must be 19 or older to qualify and there is a limit of one Samsung Galaxy Tab per customer per joint account. Unfortunately, this offer is open to new account holders only. Individuals who have an existing TD chequing account or had one that was closed after March 15, 2013 are not eligible for this offer.

For more details on the features and benefits of the Select Service or Infinity accounts, visit TDCanadaTrust.com by July 19. If this offer doesn't work for you, be sure to check out the current promotion at ING Direct as well -- where you'll get $100 for free when you open a THRIVE account and transfer your payroll.

Source: Psygineer via the Hot Deals Forum

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    • Said212
    • As a student who isn't spending too much per month, this isn't worth it just for the sake of the tablet, right? Have a visa with another bank that's about to expire but it's 0$ annual fee.
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    • m4dcap
    • can you cancel after August 30th without penalty? I looked at the terms but couldn't find anything concrete
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    • yuprules
    • As a student who isn't spending too much per month, this isn't worth it just for the sake of the tablet, right? Have a visa with another bank that's about to expire but it's 0$ annual fee.
      Fees:
      $14.95/month - waived with a $3,500 minimum monthly balance2
      Senior's Rebate: 25% off the monthly fee for account holders aged 60+ (a value of $3.75 per month)3

      Either keep $3,500 in the account OR pay $15 a month, might as well just buy the tablet yourself on sale for $179. Who the heck keeps $3,500 in a checking account getting no interest, unless you are rich I guess.
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    • Psygineer
    • As a student who isn't spending too much per month, this isn't worth it just for the sake of the tablet, right? Have a visa with another bank that's about to expire but it's 0$ annual fee.
      I'd have to say probably not. The Visa with the select is also no fee, and is better than the typical no fee, however you would have to maintain a balance of $5000 to prevent getting beaten to death by the high account fee.
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    • Coppertone2005
    • It would have been much better if it was the Note 8" or Nexus 7. I will pass.
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    • Psygineer
    • Which version, Tab 3?
      Whichever version is the most recent edition as of July 2013 is the one you get.
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    • Psygineer
    • Fees:
      $14.95/month - waived with a $3,500 minimum monthly balance2
      Senior's Rebate: 25% off the monthly fee for account holders aged 60+ (a value of $3.75 per month)3

      Either keep $3,500 in the account of pay $15 a month, might as well just buy the tablet yourself. Who the heck keeps $3,500 in a checking account getting no interest, unless you are rich I guess.
      My father was an idiot and did just that, no interest on all the money he made in 40 years of working. All sat in a chequeing account. Would not listen to anyone that he should put it into a savings account. He was afraid of paying taxes on the interest...

      It's actually good for me because currently my chequeing account gets hit by a 75 cent fee no matter what I do (deposit/withdrawl/auto-matic payment) so this will actually save me money since there are no fees whatsoever on it as far as I can tell. Plus free cheques rather than having to buy a book of cheques at $20 a pop, plus the fee of using them.
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    • Psygineer
    • can you cancel after August 30th without penalty? I looked at the terms but couldn't find anything concrete
      Very tempting. Once I receive the 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab, can I close the TD bank account without penalty?
      As far as I can tell as long as the account is older than 90 days, it shouldn't be an issue. From their FAQ "If you are closing your account within 90 days of opening it, there is a $15 fee." So probably no fee after that, but is it worth the risk/bother for a free tablet?
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    • snowles
    • Existing TD Customers can enter to win one here. One per Branch
      Thanks OP, my branch is in a tiny town and most (at least 85%) of its customers are old people; I like my odds!

      Do you know if they are advertising this contest in branch? I suppose I'll have to head down later and see.
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    • bgallagher
    • Very tempting. Once I receive the 7" Samsung Galaxy Tab, can I close the TD bank account without penalty?
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    • Psygineer
    • It would have been much better if it was the Note 8" or Nexus 7. I will pass.
      I've been looking into opening a better chequeing account anyway, so a free tablet is better than no free tablet for me... plus I don't even have a tablet yet, been planning on buying one and have been doing my research. Was thinking of getting in an Ainol, this will save me the bother.
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    • Psygineer
    • Thanks OP, my branch is in a tiny town and most (at least 85%) of its customers are old people; I like my odds!

      Do you know if they are advertising this contest in branch? I suppose I'll have to head down later and see.
      I seen it on their webpage while looking at what accounts they offer since I want rid of my current chequeing account. I have not visited the branch yet, but I will let you know as I plan to swing by one after work to get booklets on the accounts, ask for more details, etc. If I get a flyer, I will scan it in tomorrow at work on my break(scanner at home is dead).
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    • MrRockstar
    • For those wondering about the specs of Samsung Galaxy Tab:
      Android Froyo (2.2); CPU: 1GHz A8 Cortex Processor;
      Battery: Li-Polymer, 4000mAh
      Memory: 16GB Internal Memory; Up to 32GB Expandable Memory (microSD)
      WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n; USB 2.0; Bluetooth 2.1 Connectivity
      Audio: MP3, OGG, AAC, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, WMA, FLAC, WAV, MID, AC3, RTTTL/RTX, OTA, i-Melody, SP-MIDI
      Display: 7.0" WSVGA Display; 600 x 1024 Pixel Display Resolution; 3.54" x 6.05" Display Size; 16M TFT Display Technology
      Video: Codec: Mpeg4, H.264, H.263, Divx/XviD Format: 3gp(mp4), wmv(asf), avi(divx), mkv, flv
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    • Psygineer
    • For those wondering about the specs of Samsung Galaxy Tab:
      I didn't post the specs in case a new one came out before the end of July 2013, but I will update the OP with your info!
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    • Psygineer
    • What I am really interested in is if TD views "Samsung Galaxy Tab 2" as the latest model of "Samsung Galaxy Tab" because then the specs would be different.

      Nexus 7 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JU4_SJ5LgY



      Also,
      New 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to Arrive This Month
      http://www.tomshardware.com/news/Gal...-A9,22349.html
      Yeah, that's the other reason why I didn't post the specs originally. It isn't clear right now, but I am hoping the details will come out over time. For me it is a no brainer, I need a new account, this one is perfectly suited for my needs, so whatever I get is better than the tablet I have now (which is none)!
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    • BinaryJay
    • So what do I get for being a TD customer with an infinity account for the last forever and a huge mortgage... nothing? Thanks!
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    • BinaryJay
    • Either keep $3,500 in the account OR pay $15 a month, might as well just buy the tablet yourself on sale for $179. Who the heck keeps $3,500 in a checking account getting no interest, unless you are rich I guess.
      Have you seen interest rates lately? It's cheaper to keep money in the account earning no interest than it is to pay fees and put the money elsewhere. I don't know of any guaranteed investment that is going to pay out $15 a month in interest on such a small amount of money as a few thousand dollars.

      If you have a sum of money that you're not prepared to lose in the short term there are like no choices right now that pay anything out that is even worth the trouble of setting up.
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    • kashirin
    • Does anyone know what is 'eligible direct deposit'
      I don't get paid by direct deposit but I receive child benefit
      will it be considered eligible?
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    • Psygineer
    • Does anyone know what is 'eligible direct deposit'
      I don't get paid by direct deposit but I receive child benefit
      will it be considered eligible?
      I would assume it is any recurring, however you may wish to contact TD themselves to be sure. From the rules: "Whether or not a recurring direct deposit (for example from your employer or pension provider) is an acceptable form of direct deposit for this offer is subject to our approval." Like I could see them not accepting a once a year tax cheque deposit as a direct deposit, but anything at least monthly I would assume would be fine. But like I said, check with TD!
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    • jagerbombs
    • Good thing I closed my account from the last promotion in Feb haha. I'd rather the free 250 but a tablet is ok

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