We’re celebrating 85 memorable years of service excellence, long-lasting relationships, and our people-helping-people philosophy by rewarding our favorite people – members like you.
Open your no-minimum-balance checking account, set up direct deposit, and then make your first qualified direct deposit2, and we’ll drop $85 directly into your brand-new checking account!1
PLUS, enjoy several distinct benefits including:
- FREE Bill Pay – Send payments to anyone, anytime, anywhere
- Mobile Deposit – Deposit checks to your account 24/7 from your mobile device
- Loan Discounts – Enjoy discounts on auto loans, mortgage loans, and more with qualified direct deposit
- Worldwide ATM Network – Enjoy our extensive network of surcharge-free ATMs around the world, with more ATMs than many of the largest banks
1Members who open a checking account and initiate direct deposit within a calendar month, and then make a qualified direct deposit by the final day of the following calendar month, will receive an $85 deposit into their checking account by the second Monday of the calendar month following the initial qualified direct deposit. 2Qualified direct deposit is a recurring direct deposit of a paycheck, pension, Social Security or other periodic payment of at least $500 into a checking account on a month-to-month basis made by an outside organization or agency. Offer valid for current members only. Offer ends December 31, 2020. $50 minimum balance required to open and earn 0.10% APY (APY = Annual Percentage Yield) on Lafayette Federal share savings account balances. $5 minimum balance required to open and earn 0.025% APY on Lafayette Federal checking account balances. If checking account is closed within six months of receiving the promotional deposit, the deposit will be deducted from account. Rates current as of December 1, 2020 and subject to change without notice. Your savings are federally insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, an agency of the U.S. government. Lafayette Federal is an equal opportunity lender.