Click here to start saving with ING Direct!

I've now made it a little easier for you to get a $25 referral for opening a new ING Orange savings account or an Electric Orange account. All you need to do is click on one of the links below and then open your account with a minimum of $250 and you will get a $25 bonus referral. If you don't have $250 right now to open the account, please use this link instead and open with whatever amount you can afford.

If you click on a link and get the following message, “We’re sorry, but the referral link within the email you received has expired and is no longer valid. We recommend that you contact the sender and ask them to re-send the referral email. Or click ‘Continue’ to proceed with the application process without the account opening bonus.” try the next link on the list. I’ll cross them off as they’re used. If all the links are used, email me and let me know.

Orange Savings Account - 1.30% APY as of 9/20/2009. No fees and no minimum balance.

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Or, if you are looking to open an Electric Orange account, open with $250 and get a $25 bonus.

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Make 2009 your year for savings. ING allows you to open multiple savings account for multiple purposes.Open your accounts today.

They also have savings accounts for Business Savings!!!


  1. El Cheapo // March 24, 2008 at 1:51 PM  

    It seems like ages ago when ING was yielding over 5% APY. I use them currently.. along with HSBC Direct and Wamu online. Out of the three, they have by far the best customer service and on-line interface. I would recommend others to sign up if they haven't already done so...

  2. SavingDiva // March 26, 2008 at 10:34 AM  

    I'm sticking with ING even though they're rates are down to 3% because I like their online interface...

  3. JenMarie // June 16, 2008 at 1:26 PM  

    Hi! So...if I use a link from this post, will you get 'credit'?

  4. Paul // June 24, 2008 at 11:06 AM  

    I really like the ING flexibility. I got a referral from you a while back and have since created 4 different sub-accounts for special things. One of which will be my wife's savings account. She's a teacher and her district just switched from 12 month payments to 9 month payments, so we'll need to be very disciplined to save at least 15% of every paycheck for the regular summer months. I'm a bit nervous, but with the savings we've put together, it shouldn't be a big deal. We just get more money sooner, so the little interest we'll get will be good too!

  5. Coolbuster // February 17, 2009 at 5:06 PM  

    wow, this must be good. i've got to try it.