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1This offer is not available to current S&T Bank checking customers or those who have closed an S&T Bank checking in the past 12 months. Offer applies to new consumer checking accounts (Preferred Banking, Select Banking, and Four Star Banking (also interest bearing for Preferred Banking and Four Star Banking)) opened from 4/1/20 – 6/30/20. New accounts will not be eligible for offer if any signer has signing authority on an existing S&T Bank consumer checking account. Signing authority will be defined by the customer name(s) and social security number(s) registered on the account. Offer cannot be combined with any other checking offer and is subject to change or termination without notice. One incentive payout per household. To qualify for the first $100 offer, the initial deposit of $50 must be made within 10 days of account opening and the following conditions also must be met by 7/31/20: (a) at least ten $10 S&T Bank Visa Debit card purchases (posted and cleared) must be made and (b) enroll in online statements. A $100 will be credited to the eligible account for completing the 3 tasks listed above on or before 8/14/2020. If checking account is opened online, you will receive an additional $50 bonus to your S&T Bank checking account on or before 8/14/20. The additional $200 will be credited to the S&T account on or before 12/18/20 to signify the 6-month anniversary date of the account opening provided the account qualified for the debit card and online statement incentive. The max incentive you can receive during this time is $350. The account must not be overdrawn during the promotional period to receive any of incentives. Subject to 1099 reporting. Preferred Banking with Interest and Four Star Banking with Interest account rate is accurate as of 4/1/20. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) for these interests bearing accounts is 0.05% APY (Preferred Banking with Interest) & 0.01% APY (Four Star Banking with Interest). Rates are on variable rate accounts and may change after account opening. Fees could reduce earnings.