3.00% APY

on a qualifying account with


minimum deposit.1

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Get higher returns with our special Money Market rate.  

Offer ends December 16, 2022


3 great reasons to open your high yield money market account online now.

  1. Earn a higher rate of interest – 3.00% APY
  2. Access to your money
  3. Earn higher interest right away


‚ÄčTo be eligible for this offer, you must have accessed this page via a direct communication (email or digital ad) from Fulton Bank and open an account online. 

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Why is a money market a good option?
A money market account is a type of savings account that typically pays higher interest than a basic savings rate. And like a savings account, you still have access to your money and a high yield.


What’s the difference between a Money Market and a CD?
While both money market accounts and CDs (Certificates of Deposit) often offer higher interest than traditional savings accounts, they work in different ways. CDs have a specific maturity date (from three months to six years), with a stated interest rate. Typically, a CD assesses a penalty for early withdrawal prior to the CD maturity date. Money market accounts provide access to your savings and offer a high yield tiered-account structure.


What will I need to open a high yield Money Market Account?

You’ll need:

  1. Your social security number.
  2. A government issued ID.
  3. Funds - $10,000 of new money (money not already on deposit with us) is required to earn the stated 3.00% APY. 


What does FDIC insured mean?
The FDIC (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation) protects you against the loss of your insured deposits up to $250,000 per depositor per bank, for each account ownership category.

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