$300 in Bonuses for Christmas

by Rocket Finance

The Hustler continues to amaze in his pursuit of free money. Last week, he made us aware of a $50 bonus from Lending Club – without any lending required – this is a much easier bonus to earn than the usual bank account bonus that requires direct deposit. I don’t think there is a credit check required in order to qualify for this bonus. I opened an account with Lending Club and I am working on getting my wife enrolled in order to double our money. A $1,000 deposit is required

Today, he posted a $100 bonus from OptionsXpress. It is unclear as to whether you must execute a trade in order to qualify for the bonus, so YMMV, but the worst you can do is lose the cost of making a trade. Be sure you read Hustler’s entire post before opening the account.

The last bonus is from me: I just received a coupon in the mail for a $125 bonus from Chase after you open a new checking account with direct deposit. I have given out four of these referrals over the last four months and I stacked all of them with a $25 referral coupon. However, only one person used the $25 referral coupon when they opened their account. So, if you want the $125 coupon, email me at rocketfinance at gmail dot com and I will send it to you, but I want to make sure that you are also going to use the $25 referral coupon from Chase. You get $150 and I get $25. The $125 bonus lasts until the end of February.

Merry Christmas!


  1. 2 Responses to “$300 in Bonuses for Christmas”

  2. By Rob on Dec 22, 2007 | Reply

    Hi rocketc:

    Thanks for mentioning the signing bonus from our site.

    Social lending is a new phenomenon bringing lenders and borrowers together without the need for an intermediary bank.

    We encourage your readers to sign up to try it out with the free $25/$50 we will deposit. Don’t just take the money and run… be nice to a small company trying to make a difference 😉

    Best regards,
    Rob Garcia
    Web Production Director

  3. By rocketc on Dec 22, 2007 | Reply

    I plan to reinvest my bonus in Lending Club in order to see if I can make a little passive income. 🙂

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