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Free yourself from fees

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Free yourself from fees and surcharges with a SW66 FREE checking account!

Set yourself FREE with Southwest 66 Credit Union! Invite a friend to open a SW66 checking account and earn $50* for you and $50* for them.

  • Free checking (no minimum deposit requirement)
  • Free debit card   
  • Free direct deposit 
  • Free online banking
  • Free bill pay
  • Free mobile banking
  • Free eStatements
  • Surcharge-free access to your money, almost anywhere
  • Thousands of CO-OP ATMs nationwide

Open a SW66 Free checking Account today!

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*Limited time offer, subject to change without notice. Promotional period begins August 1, 2020 and ends September 30, 2020. Free checking account and friend checking account must be opened during promotional period to qualify for promotion. Friend checking account must have at least two (2) direct deposits of at least $250 each post to the checking account within 60 days of friend account opening to claim invite incentive. Applicants must meet SW66 membership eligibility requirements.

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