Chime: Earn 25,000 Swagbucks (Worth $250 Cash) For Account Sign-Up

Chime is offering 15,000 Swagbucks (worth $100) when you sign up for a new account and receive a direct deposit of any amount!

Ninja Update 9/18/21: Deal is back and now worth 25,000 SB ($250)! The sign-up process is the same so the info below is still relevant.

About Swagbucks

Swagbucks is an online cash back site that pays you doing things like shopping at your favorite retailers, taking surveys, and playing games. Since launching in 2006, Swagbucks has given away almost $400 million in cash and rewards!

Want to learn more? Read my review here and then sign up with this link to get a bonus of up to $13.

Ninja Note: Want to see more Swagbucks offers? Check out all other Swagbucks deals here.

Chime 15,000 SB Offer

Swagbucks is offering 15,000 SB points, which is redeemable for $100 in cash, when you open a new account with Chime and make a direct deposit of any amount.

Chime is a digital bank that provides fee-free financial services through its mobile app.

In contrast with traditional consumer firms, Chime has no physical branches and does not charge monthly or overdraft fees. Account-holders are issued Visa debit cards and have access to an online banking system accessible through chime.com or via the mobile app for Android or iOS.

Deposits are FDIC insured up to $250,000.

Availability: Nationwide
Expiration: 10/31/2020 9/30/21
Household Limit: None (everyone in your family can get the bonus!)
Direct Deposit Required: Yes, any amount for checking account (see what counts as a direct deposit)
Soft/Hard Pull: Soft
Early Account Termination Fee: None

How To Add Chime Offer On Swagbucks

Sign up for Swagbucks or log in to your Swagbucks and search for ‘Chime‘ in the search bar at the top of page. An offer to earn 15,000 points with Chime should appear.

Click on ‘View Offer‘ to continue:

Swagbucks Chime 10,000 SB offer

A pop-up window will show up with the details of the offer. At the bottom of the pop-up screen, tap on ‘Earn 15000 SB‘:

Swagbucks Chime 10,000 SB offer details pop-up

You’ll be taken to a page where you’ll enter your email address to get transferred to Chime’s account opening portal. It’s important to open a Chime account this way in order for the offer to be tracked correctly to your Swagsbucks account:

Chime sign up by email landing page

Once you open an account and direct deposit any amount, Swagbucks will reward you 15,000 SB points.

Terms & Conditions

  • Must enroll with Chime Bank Account between 3/1/21 and 3/31/21.
  • Set up direct deposit and receive your first paycheck within 30 days of signing up.
  • Please allow up to 90 days for SB to be credited to your account. You must use the same email address associated with your Swagbucks .account when opening a bank account with Chime to earn SB.
  • Offer may only be completed once (1) per user.
  • This offer is presented to you by Swagbucks on behalf of a third-party merchant or sponsor (“Merchant”). Swagbucks does not endorse (and therefore is not responsible to you for) the Merchant’s views, policies, products or services.
  • If you are not credited within 90 days of offer completion, you have 14 days to contact the Swagbucks Help Center for further investigation. Help Center tickets submitted after the 14 day grace period are not eligible for further investigation and SB.

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The Bottom Line

An additional bonus is that Chime’s current interest rate on deposit accounts is 1.00% APY, which blows away the interest rate offered for many savings and money market accounts.

If you prefer, there’s also a sign-up and referral bonus program directly from Chime.

5 thoughts on “Chime: Earn 25,000 Swagbucks (Worth $250 Cash) For Account Sign-Up”

  1. Hey Ninja – I did a push transfer from my chase checking account to my new chime account. It’s listed on my chime account as a ext transfer, will that count as a direct deposit?

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  2. Good deal, I set up through Swagbucks and did a push transfer from my chase checking account. Will that be considered a direct deposit? Can anyone confirm this works with Chime? Thanks in advance

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