Royal Bank RBC Royal Bank: Get FREE Apple AirPods Pro with a New RBC All-Inclusive Bank Account Get FREE Apple AirPods Pro with a New Account!

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Get all-new AirPods by banking with RBC Royal Bank, where you'll get the latest-generation Apple AirPods Pro when you open a new RBC All-Inclusive Bank Account.

There are two all-inclusive accounts eligible for this offer – the RBC Signature No Limit Banking Account or the RBC VIP Banking Account. Simply open either account by May 31, then complete any two of the following before August 9 to qualify for the free AirPods Pro:

  • Set up your payroll as a direct deposit
  • Set up two pre-authorized monthly payments (PAPs)
  • Set up two bill payments to a service provider

Once complete, you'll receive an email with details on how to claim your Apple AirPods Pro. The AirPods Pro is the latest-generation model with the MagSafe charging case, which regularly costs $329.00 from Apple and comes with six months of Apple Music for free.

This offer is available to new or eligible RBC customers until May 31 – click here to view the complete terms and conditions for this offer.

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    • Rbc sucks. They don't even actually buy your shares for some securities, they just give you the difference between your buy and sell price. Then when you tell them you wanna transfer your shares to another bank, they make a thousand excuses and fight you tooth and nail about why it's not possible or that it will take weeks to do so.
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    • Gone from iPad to AirPods. SMH.
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    • Better to open up a PC banking Account and spend. Eventually you'll get enough points to get airpods
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    • You'll end up paying for the AirPods through the bank fees you pay. These deals always suck.
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    • You'll end up paying for the AirPods through the bank fees you pay. These deals always suck.
      Yep you're better off getting a free account + any credit card that gives you cashback or points
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    • I can't seem to find a disclaimer for "have a minimum balance of $x to waive the monthly fee"......Either I'm blind or this is not really a deal. You're just paying for the airpods in a monthly installment
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    • The monthly bank fees from $15.95 to $30, easily pay off the AirPods in a couple months
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    • You have to pay a bank to keep your money? How do these places keep customers?
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    • You have to pay a bank to keep your money? How do these places keep customers?
      They don't, I left RBC a loooong time ago for a credit union.

      BTW: left in a spectacular fashion, anyone curious can DM me.
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    • You have to pay a bank to keep your money? How do these places keep customers?
      If you have money, you don't have to pay lol
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    • The monthly bank fees from $15.95 to $30, easily pay off the AirPods in a couple months
      couple months lol
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    • I can't seem to find a disclaimer for "have a minimum balance of $x to waive the monthly fee"......Either I'm blind or this is not really a deal. You're just paying for the airpods in a monthly installment
      Yes and no.

      OP stated you can get rebate if you have other product. I believe credit card and investments, and maybe a mortgage to waive the fees completely...

      But you're right, there is no account with minimum balance to waive fees like otger big banks.
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    • Yes and no.

      OP stated you can get rebate if you have other product. I believe credit card and investments, and maybe a mortgage to waive the fees completely...

      But you're right, there is no account with minimum balance to waive fees like otger big banks.
      If you have money, you don't have to pay lol

      I always find it so weird that RBC is the only one which does not have an option to waive the fees by a MMB. All other big 5 do have that option. Like aren't there marketing or whatever department telling them they are really missing out?
      I once mentioned this to RBC on the phone while doing some CC transaction and was told 'oh we are different, we don't force customers to tie their money and keep a MMB".
      I didn't want to argue so I said "sure".
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    • People seem to hate RBC, what's an actual good banking company? Currently with NBC but if there's something better out there for mortgage, rrsp etc I'd change
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    • People seem to hate RBC, what's an actual good banking company? Currently with NBC but if there's something better out there for mortgage, rrsp etc I'd change
      Tangerine served me well for 8+ years.

      EDIT: EXCEPT the fact they stubbornly refuse to do alphanumeric passwords
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    • Tangerine served me well for 8+ years.
      Yup, Just a couple family referrals and their Cash back on the MC for me just been worth it and I have never paid a dime in fees and I don't need to worry about fee's or balancing enough money to an account to prevent fee's, etc.
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    • One year of nickel and diming you with fees and charges will easily pay for a pair of AirPods. Who wants to go through their bank statement with a fine tooth comb each month?
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    • AirPods Pro 2 coming out later this year, why bother.
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