Christmas Club accounts make saving easy.
Our Christmas Club is a great way to save for holiday gifts, vacations, a new car, or whatever goal you have in mind.
No Minimum Opening Deposit
Christmas Club funds will be automatically transferred to your savings or checking account on the first business day after October 31st.
Automate your saving with scheduled transfers or save at your own pace.
Rates effective January 1, 2019
Legal Disclosures and Additional Information
Savings, Legacy checking, Preferred checking, and Christmas Club accounts are variable rate accounts, and the rates may change. The Annual Percentage Yields (APYs) stated are accurate as of January 1, 2019. There is no minimum balance required to earn the APYs stated. The minimum opening deposit on a savings account is $5.00. The minimum opening deposit on a checking account is $20.00 or establishment of incoming automatic transfer or direct deposit. Fees and other conditions could reduce earnings. For more information regarding fees see the Fee Addendum.
- Why is it called a Christmas Club account?
Sometimes referred to as a Holiday Club account at other financial institutions, an Ascend Christmas Club account is simply a place to save funds throughout the year for Christmas gifts. However, you can use a Christmas Club account to save for whatever you want, and the funds are accessible at any time without penalties.
- Is a Christmas Club account right for me?
Our Christmas Club account is a great "set-it-and-forget-it" savings option for all types of goals – from gifts to vacations. Simply set up direct deposit or automatic transfer of an amount each week or month, and resist the urge to access the account as your savings grows. Your funds will automatically roll into your Ascend savings or checking account at the end of October.
- Can I access funds in my Christmas Club account before the end of the year?
Yes. You can access funds in your Christmas Club account at any time, for any reason, without penalties.
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