From July 1, 2022, to October 31, 2022
$300 cashback for your first National Bank chequing account.
The new account must be opened during the promotion period. Only one account is eligible.
You must sign up for one of the following banking offers or packages:
Offer for professionals
Offer for students
Offer for newcomers
The Connected® banking package
The Total® banking package
Within 60 days of opening your new account, you must perform the following two actions:
Carry out one bill payment of $50 or more from your online bank or National Bank app.
Set up a recurring automated direct deposit (salary or monthly pension).
The $300 cashback will be deposited within 120 days of the account being opened.
You must have reached the age of majority when you open your chequing account.
You cannot have benefitted from a cashback offer on a chequing account since November 1, 2018.
The promotion may not be combined with any other offer, promotion or benefit applicable to National Bank chequing accounts and banking packages and cannot be applied retroactively.
You are not employed by National Bank or one of its subsidiaries.
The promotion may be modified or withdrawn without prior notice.
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1. Transactions carried out at our ABMs, a participating merchant, through our online banking services (including our call centre) or those related to certain operations in your account.
2. Transactions carried out at our branches during normal business hours.
Guide to transferring your account to National Bank
Have you just opened an account with us and you must transfer all your preauthorized transactions? Here is a guide to help you keep track of everything.
The passbook option has not been available to new clients since May 4, 2015. If you are an existing client who uses a passbook with your account, a $2.50 monthly fee is charged.
For the fees associated with our products and services, consult the Fee Guide [PDF].
Deposit Account Agreement and Personal bank holding account agreement
Basic banking services
For the terms and conditions governing whether a person may open an account or cash cheques and other items from the federal government, consult our guide to Basic Banking Services [PDF].
Access to funds policy
For details of our cheque hold policy, see the Access to Funds Policy [PDF].
Coercive tied selling
To understand what coercive tied selling is and what is not allowed, consult our pamphlet What you need to know about What you need to know about prohibited conduct [PDF].
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
Please refer to our page about Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC)
FCAC account selector tool
Discover the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC)’s account selector tool to compare bank accounts.