Earn up to $200
when you open an S&T Business Checking account.
$100 for opening a new Business Checking account with debit card1
+$50 for adding Remote Deposit Capture2
+$50 for enrolling in Business Online Banking3
Banking Solutions to keep up with your growing business
- 1.69% APY4 Rate Tracker indexed money market
- 500 FREE items per month
- Remote Deposit Capture
- Business Mobile Deposit
- Cash management/merchant services
Find your local branch or call the Solution Center
at 800-325-2265 to apply today.
1.To qualify for the $100 incentive, a new Basic Business Checking account must be funded with a $5,000 balance within the first 5 days of account opening. Account must be opened between November 2, 2019 and December 27, 2019. Business checking account must remain open with a positive balance in order for you to receive incentive, which will be credited to the eligible account by April 10, 2020. New account will not be eligible for offer if any signer has signing authority on an existing S&T Bank Business checking account or has closed an account within the past 90 days, or has been paid a promotional premium in the past 12 months. If multiple accounts are opened with the same signers, only one account will be eligible for the incentive. Business must also apply, receive, and activate an S&T Bank business debit card that is associated with the new Basic Business Checking account by January 24, 2020. A business checking account opened for an estate is ineligible for any incentive.
2.To receive additional $50 incentive offer for Remote Deposit Capture, business must open Remote Deposit Capture service by January 24, 2020 and remain open and active until March 27, 2020 to receive $50 ncentive by April 10, 2020.
3.When business enrolls new business checking account in Business Online Banking by January 24, 2020 and remains open and active until March 27, 2020, $50 incentive will be added to your incentive amount by April 10, 2020.
All incentives will be added to your $100 incentive and be identified as “Cash Incentive” on your monthly statement. The value of the incentives may be reported on Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 1099, and may be considered taxable income to you. Please consult your tax advisor regarding your specific situation.