Texas Capital Bank primarily serves business and private wealth clients through its offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio. However, the bank also offers personal banking products, including deposit accounts, credit cards, CDs and IRAs. Like many banks, Texas Capital offers incentives like sign-up bonuses and rewards for new customers.
Too many Americans are missing out on this free money from banks. In a GOBankingRates survey, more than 75% of the respondents admitted they never compare banks before opening a new account. That can be a costly mistake. If you live in Texas and are shopping for a new bank, do some research before choosing one so you can take advantage of potentially lucrative deals.
Start by checking out the Texas Capital Bank promotions detailed in this guide:
Texas Capital Bank has promotional offers for credit cards and savings accounts this month. Here's a quick look:
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For June, Texas Capital Bank is continuing promotions for select credit card accounts. There's also an update and extension to the signup bonus for a Bask Bank savings account. Texas Capital Bank coupon codes are not required for any of these promotions.
With the Visa Signature Real Rewards credit card, you earn 1.5 points for each dollar you spend on eligible purchases - all with no cap on the total number of points you can earn. You can redeem points for merchandise, gift cards, travel and cash back. New cardholders also get 2,500 bonus points just for opening and using the card. Here are the details:
When you shop with the Cash Rewards American Express credit card, you earn up to 3% cash back in select categories. You'll get 3% back on the first $6,000 you spend on gas, an unlimited 2% back on supermarket spending and 1% on everything else. Plus, new customers receive a $25 cash bonus after making the first purchase. Here are the requirements:
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The Premier Rewards American Express credit card lets you earn points faster on everyday purchases. Cardholders receive four points for every dollar spent in restaurants, three points for airline purchases, two points at gas stations and one point on all other purchases. When you open a new account and meet certain requirements, you also receive 10,000 bonus points worth $100. Here's how to earn them:
Texas Capital Bank offers personal savings accounts through Bask Bank, its division for online banking. One of the highlights of this account is the partnership with American Airlines that lets account holders earn AAdvantage miles to redeem for travel and merchandise or to donate to select organizations. When you open a new account, you receive 5,000 AAdvantage miles as a sign-up bonus. There are also additional opportunities to earn miles. Here's how to get the sign-up bonus:
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To open an account and take advantage of Texas Capital Bank promotions, you can visit a local branch or apply online for select accounts. Credit card accounts go through Elan Financial Services. You'll be asked to provide the following information:
You can open a Bask Bank savings account online. Just provide your name, contact information and Social Security number. When you open the account, you can fund it through a transfer from another account or by check.
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Bonuses and promotional offers are a great incentive when you find a bank that can meet your financial needs. It's even better when the bonuses are practical for your lifestyle. If you use credit cards for frequent purchases or you're a frequent flyer on American Airlines, the current Texas Capital Bank bonuses may be a good fit. Just remember that you'll need a good credit score to get approved for the credit cards and take advantage of the bonuses.
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This article has been updated with additional reporting since its original publication.