Saving for our children’s future is not easy these days. The economy is certainly not helping us out. But ING DIRECT is stepping up to the plate. Through the end of the day today, July 3rd, you can earn $17.76 for each free kids savings account. All children under 18 are eligible.

Simply enter your child’s first and last name, birth date and social security number (you can’t open any bank account in the US without one), transfer at least $0.50 into the account, then select a PIN number and open the account.  That’s it!  It’s times like these I wish I were a grandparent with 30 grandkids!  After completing registration, there are no additional steps you need to take.  The $17.76 will be deposited into your accounts in 30 days.  Credit checks will NOT be pulled for any savings accounts at ING DIRECT.

Here’s how to get your $17.76 for opening ING DIRECT Kids Savings Account

Open a Kids Saving account with ING DIRECT between June 30 and July 3rd and earn $17.76.

  • You will receive the bonus for opening a new account. Either yourself or  your child must be a new customer.
  • Your child has to be under 18 to qualify.
  • There is NO minimum deposit required to open the account.
  • Your $17.76 bonus will start to earn interest as soon as the account is opened and is available for withdrawal after 30 days.
  • That’s it–a FREE $17.76!

Read about the other accounts you can get paid to open!

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11 thoughts on “No Longer Avaliable: Get Paid $17.76 to Open Free Kids College Savings!”

  1. Klewis1966 says:

    I did this on July 3rd, got the first account set up then somehow, (me!) got locked out of the account trying to set up the second one, so I called today and they are sending me out some info and will make a note that I had tried to set up my second account on the 3rd so when Iget it straight, I can still get the bonus on the second account.  They told me it needed to be done before July 20th!

  2. Knagy says:

    how many  inserts are in the newspaper up in NC.i only found 1

  3. Laura_urestischmit says:

    I also had a really hard time setting these up. Oh, well, I guess it was not meant to be.

  4. Melanie says:

    This was simple to do.  Thanks for the link!

  5. Coupon Tina says:

    When I did this deal last fall, it was very simple to open two accounts for kids and to open a checking account for myself.  I was already an established customer with two savings account prior to that.  

  6. Well it isn’t as easy as it sounds. I started by entering my info and my son’s info and then it said it couldn’t open the account that I had to call the bank. I did and they had to verify my info and now I have to wait 2 or more days for them to make 2 small deposits in to my checking account. Then i went back and tried to open one for my other son, i can’t until I wait on the deposits to verify. so that will put me past the expiration day of this offer, but they said they would still give it to me when i call back. They seem to be friendly and helpful but it just wasn’t as easy as it seems.

    • Daniwoodburn says:

      I was just able to open for all 3 of my boys and a checking for myself. It was so easy. I am sorry it didnt work for you!!

  7. Ppace says:

    Sure wish you could use a savings account to link this to instead of a checking.

  8. Mrskrmujn says:

    Tried to initiate this for my kids. It allows me to enter my information & set up an account. But then when I tried to enter my oldest child’s info., it says that the offer has expired.

    • Anonymous says:

      You may want to try again. This offer is valid through today, and I am not sure why you would get an expired offer message.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I did this a few days ago. I can’t thank you enough!