Over the past five years, we’ve spent literally thousands of hours writing about money and searching for the best bank bonuses. To say we’re obsessed is an understatement. No joke. We’ve also earned tens of thousands of dollars from bank promotions over the years and have friends who consistently earn $5,000 – $20,000 a year just by moving their money around.
While there are other websites that write about bank promotions, they’re always out of date or difficult to use. Like “2004 websites with a billion links and pop-ups” difficult to use. Bank bonuses deserve better!
So, after getting tired of trying to keep up with the best promotions, we got together and built BankBonus.com in late 2020. Yeah, that 2020. We built this thing while stuck at home during the pandemic and we’re proud of it.
In the low-interest world we live in today, you can’t expect to earn anything more than maybe 0.50% on the money you keep in a high yield savings account. That’s only $5 per year for every $1k you have saved. Gee, thanks.
You can earn a lot more with bonuses and it’s easier than you can imagine.
We’re here to show you how and help you along the way. So pumped you’re here!
Grant Sabatier is a co-founder and CEO of BankBonus.com. Grant earned his first bank bonus in 2011 when opening a business checking account – it was for $300 and he was hooked. He’s the Creator of Millennial Money (acquired by The Motley Fool) and Author of the International Bestseller Financial Freedom (Penguin Random House), which has been translated into eight languages.
Dubbed the “Millennial Millionaire” by CNBC, Grant went from $2.26 to a millionaire in 5 years, reaching financial independence at the age of 30. Grant has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, NPR, BBC, CNBC, Forbes, Business Insider, Money Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Marketwatch, the Rachael Ray Show, and many others.
He cares passionately about sharing his story to inspire others to build a life they love, reminding everyone that time is more valuable than money, and building cool stuff.
Matt Bundrick is a co-founder of BankBonus.com and manages all of the technical aspects of the website. He’s been in the web industry for almost 20 years and has worked on some of the top personal finance websites in the United States. He first met Grant while working with him on MillennialMoney.com.
He’s a die hard Clemson fan, a volunteer firefighter, and the one you can count on at any party to steer the conversation toward credit card rewards or bank promotions. He’s been featured in online publications, including Bankrate, U.S. News, Washington Post and TIME.
Meghan Bundrick is a co-founder of BankBonus.com and manages the bridge between marketing and IT. She has more than 2 decades of experience, half of that being with brands focused on demystifying money.
As a hazard of the job, she’s spent thousands of hours reading about personal finance – which you don’t escape without undergoing your own transformation. As she’s learned, confronted and shifted the way she thinks about money, she’s also grown passionate about helping others do the same.
Chris Hutchins is the Credit Card Editor at Bank Bonus and Millennial Money. He is also the Head of New Product Strategy at Wealthfront and creator of the popular All The Hacks podcast.
Chris began his career as an investment banker for Allen & Company and later joined Monitor Group as a management consultant. A few years later, Chris co-founded Milk, a mobile app incubator based in San Francisco, which was later acquired by Google.
After joining Google, he spent most of his time as a Partner at Google Ventures, where he invested in seed and early-stage companies. After leaving Google, Chris co-founded Grove, a company on a mission to make financial planning honest and accessible for everyone that was acquired by Wealthfront in 2016.
Chris is a globally recognized credit card and travel rewards expert, having collected millions of miles and points. His story and commentary have been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNBC, and on the Tim Ferriss Show.
Robbie Young is the Associate Publisher at CUInsight.com. As Associate Publisher, Robbie works with professionals throughout the credit union industry to find new and innovative ways to spread their message and keep the credit union industry informed.
Outside of CUInsight.com, Robbie loves spending time in the mountains of Upstate South Carolina or outside in general with her husband and daughter.