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Christmas Savings Account

Christmas Savings account

It is never too early to start saving for the holidays. Take our 50 week Christmas challenge shown below. 

  • Earns tiered interest
  • $5 charge per withdrawal prior to annual payout
  • Annual account payout occurs early November (annual payout will not be disbursed if balance is less than $25 at time of disbursement)
  • Limited to six withdrawals per month (exceeding withdrawal limitations may result in account closure, change of account type, termination of transfer capability, or other remedial action)
  • No minimum balance required

 Open Christmas Savings Account Online

See funding methods and limitations directly below for online account opening.

  • Opening deposit is between $100 and $250
  • Available funding methods include: Check, Wire, Internal Transfer from Centennial Bank account, External Transfer from non-Centennial Bank account and Credit/Debit Card.
  • "Additional Offers" accepted during the online application process will be funded with a single transaction and subject to funding method maximum limits based on the combined minimum funding balance of all selected products. External transfers subject to $2,500 maximum. Credit/Debit card subject to $500 maximum.

 Begin Christmas Savings Account Enrollment Form

Begin your in-branch enrollment to be contacted by a Centennial Bank personal banker to schedule your in-branch appointment.

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