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Amazing Savings

Choose the savings account that pays you back in points.
Amazing Savings offers an attractive APY on funds you intend to grow. With this points-based savings account, you will earn reward points each time you make a deposit, plus an attractive APY on the first $5,000 of funds saved.

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Account Details:

Minimum Opening Deposit:
There is a $50 minimum deposit to open your account.
Minimum Balance:
There is no minimum balance required.
Monthly Service Fees:
There is no monthly service fee and no fee for eStatements. To receive paper statements, a $2 per month fee will apply.
Extra Benefits:
You may use any ATM outside of the Hometown Banks network and the Amazing Account will pay you back the convenience fee in points - up to $10. Earn 10 points for every deposit.

Interest is paid in points that can be redeemed for Cash Back, Gift Cards, Merchandise and more! Points can be redeemed at any time and expire after 4 years.

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Rates effective as of November 29, 2021
AmountInterest RateAPY
Portion $5,000 and below0.25%0.25%
Portion over $5,0000.05%0.05%

APY is Annual Percentage Yield.
Interest is paid in points, redeemable for Cash, Gift Cards, Merchandise or Travel.  Each point has a Cash Back redemption value of $0.01. Points will expire four years after the date of issuance and are redeemable on a first-in, first-out basis.   Amazing Savings is available to consumers only and is limited to three (3) accounts per person.  A consumer account is one that is used primarily for personal, family or household purposes.  eStatements are required.  Paper statements are available for $2 per statement cycle.  Minimum Opening deposit is $50. Interest Rate is variable and may change after the account is opened.  Fees may reduce earnings on account.  

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