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Chase vs Fifth Third Bank

Chase is a national bank with good promotions for new customers. How does it compare to Fifth Third Bank? Read our comparison chart below.

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Chase Total Checking® + Chase Savings℠ - Learn More

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Fifth Third Business Checking Account - $500 Bonus - Learn More

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Benefits and Features

SavingsChase Savings: $5 monthly service fee waived with either a $300 daily balance OR $25 automatic transfer every month from a linked Chase checking account OR for owners under 18. $0 to open.
Chase Premier Savings: Earn a higher interest rate when you have a bigger balance and meet certain relationship requirements when linked with a Chase Premier Plus Checking or Sapphire Checking account.
0.01% APY. No minimum deposit. $5 per month unless 1) you have a Fifth Third Checking Account, or 2) You maintain an average monthly balance of $500 or more, or 3) You or someone under age 18 is an owner of the account, 4) You are enrolled in Fifth Third Military Banking.
CDTerms of 1 month to 10 years. $1,000 minimum opening deposit. No monthly service fee.0.05% - 0.60% APY. Terms ranging from 7 days to 84 months, minimum deposit of $500. Featured CD: 0.50% - 1.25% at 5, 9 and 15 months, minimum deposit of $5,000.
CheckingChase Total Checking: Basic checking account. $12 service fee waived with an average beginning day balance of $1,500 OR direct deposits of at least $500 each month. $0 minimum balance to open.
Chase Premier Plus Checking: An interest-bearing account with some perks. $25 monthly service waived with an average beginning day balance of $15,000 OR a Chase mortgage with auto pay. $0 minimum balance to open.
Chase Sapphire Checking: A premium checking account for those with $75,000 or more on deposit with Chase. $0 minimum balance to open.
Chase College Checking: No monthly service fee for college students age 17-24, for up to 5 years. $25 to open.
Chase Private Client Checking: For high net worth individuals who have $250,000 on deposit with Chase.
 
Money Market 0.01% - 0.10% APY Standard Rate (0.02% - 0.20% APY Relationship Rate). No minimum deposit. Monthly service charge of $5, unless 1) you have a Fifth Third Checking Account or 2) you maintain an average monthly balance of $500 or more, or 3) you or someone under age 18 is an owner of the account, or 4) you are enrolled in Fifth Third Military Banking
Customer Service
24/7 by phone
Mon-Fri 7:00 am - 8:00 pm (EST)
Sat 8:30 am - 5:00 pm (EST)
ATMsOver 16,000 Chase ATMs nationwideAllpoint® and 7-Eleven® network of ATMs. More than 50,000 fee-free ATMs nationwide.
IRA CD Can convert an IRA account to a regular CD account. 0.05% - 0.60% APY. Terms ranging from 7 days to 84 months. Minimum deposit of $500 or $5,000, depending on CD account type.
Locations
Nearly 5,000 branches
1,300 branches, including 100 Bank Mart® locations across the country
 

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Pros & ConsPros:
  • Nearly 5,000 branches
  • New customer promotions
  • Full service banking
Cons:
  • Low interest rates
  • Not in all states
Pros:
  • Free Express Checking
  • Free student checking
  • Promo CD with high APY
Cons:
  • Higher balance requirements
  • Low savings APY
  • Limited branches
Bottom LineNational bank with good promotions for new customers... Read full reviewMidwest & Southwest bank with high balance requirements... Read full review
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    Chase: Pricing information from published website as of 7/17/2019

    Fifth Third Bank: Pricing information from published website as of 9/21/2019 based on 45202 zip code.

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