Financial Tips

Kasasa keeps me jammin’

By November 20, 2014June 22nd, 2015No Comments

When was the last time that you bought an entire CD? I can’t even remember the last time I did. However, I just bought 4 top hits off of iTunes last week and they are now conveniently on my iPad, iPhone, and somewhere in the mysterious iCloud. The best part? I didn’t pay for the songs. That’s right; I earned $5 in iTunes refunds just by meeting my monthly qualifiers on my Kasasa Tunes account.

A lot of people miss out on their rewards because they either don’t know what their qualifiers are, or they simply don’t realize the benefits of meeting them. To me, free music is plenty of an incentive. In order to get my $5 in iTunes refunds each month, I just make sure that I do the following during my billing cycle:

  1. Have at least 12 debit card purchases post and settle
  2. Be enrolled and receive eStatement notice
  3. Be enrolled and log into online banking

It’s pretty simple to achieve and the fact that I get to keep jammin’ with my favorite artists on my way to work every day, keeps me happy.

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*Minimum to open Kasasa Tunes account is $50. Earn $15 in iTunes® and/or Amazon®/® download refunds with initial account opening regardless of qualifications. Earn up to $5 in iTunes® and/or Amazon®/® download refunds if qualifications are met during the monthly qualification cycle. Downloads must be purchased with your debit card associated with your Kasasa Tunes account. All qualifying transactions must post and clear the Kasasa Tunes account during the monthly qualification cycle. Transactions may take one or more business days from the transaction date to post to an account from the date the transaction is made. PIN based transactions do not count toward qualifying debit card transactions. ATM-processed transactions do not count towards qualifying debit card transactions. Intra-bank transfers do not count as qualifying ACH transactions. If you have met the qualifications during the monthly qualification cycle, we will refund the first 5 domestic ATM fees up to $5.00 per item. Monthly qualification cycle means a period beginning one day prior to the first day of the current statement cycle through one day prior to the close of the current statement cycle (one-day asynchronous – no weekend processing). iTunes® is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. and® is a registered trademark of Amazon, Inc. Apple, Inc. and Amazon, Inc. are not participants in or sponsors of this program.




Author: Abby Gruber

abbyhsAbby is the Marketing Strategist and Copywriter for Richwood Marketing. She enjoys helping businesses discover and promote what makes them unique as well as helping to capture those ideas in writing. Abby is responsible for maintaining Richwood Bank’s blog and is always open to hearing your ideas and suggestions. If you have a certain topic you would like covered, please email her at