Rewards Checking

Earn 2.15% APY* on balances up to $5,000

Sign up for a Sno Falls checking account today and take advantage of these fantastic benefits.

  • No minimum balance requirements
  • Free MasterCard® debit card
  • Free ATM access at over 85,000 surcharge-free locations nationwide  (Find an ATM near you)
  • Free direct deposits
  • Free online banking and bill pay
  • Free monthly paperless eStatements
  • Free ShopSPOT rewards program
  • Identity Theft Detection and Recovery Services –  Learn more
  • Federally Insured by NCUA – insured up to $250,000

It’s easy to earn these exceptional benefits each month with these simple requirements**

  • Use your SFCU debit card for a minimum of 15 transactions per statement cycle (transactions must post and clear during each statement cycle)
  • Have at least one automated payment or direct deposit post and clear
  • Enroll in free eStatements

Apply for membership or visit one of our 3 convenient locations to open your Sno Falls checking account today!

Current checking account holders will automatically earn these benefits by completing the requirements above.  No sign up or change of your current checking account is required.


* Dividend Rate/APY may change at any time. No enrollment is necessary to receive Dividend Rate/APY. When Rewards Checking requirements are met, balances over $5,000 earn 0.03% APY. Dividend Rate/APY is accrued daily and paid monthly. If account requirements are not met, the rate will be 0.0% APY. Only one Rewards Checking account per primary member.

** Requirement period is each statement cycle. Rewards Checking requires 15 SFCU debit card transactions, a direct deposit or automated payment from an external source, and enrollment in eStatements for each statement period. ATM withdrawals do not count as debit card transactions.

$3 monthly fee for mailed paper statements. No fee if enrolled in eStatements.

All Washington state residents are eligible to join.

Routing Number: 325182360 | Copyright © 2020 Sno Falls Credit Union. All rights reserved.

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