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EARN 5.35% APY

Our 5-month CD features our best rate.1 Only a $500 minimum to open yours!

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A Certificate of Deposit (CD) gives you a secure, predictable return.2 Earn 5.35% APY when you choose a 5-month CD.1 Visit your local banking center to open yours.

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  • Start with as little as $500 or as much as $500,000.
  • Benefit from FDIC insurance up to $250,000.
  • Diversify your savings portfolio or save for a specific goal.

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Let’s talk about your savings plan! Right now, our best CD rate is our 7-month option. However, an Old National banker can help you develop a savings strategy that best fits your needs.

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1 Minimum deposit of $500 required to open. Rates, terms, and conditions accurate as of May 31, 2024, and are subject to change. Advertised rate of 5.25% (5.35% Annual Percentage Yield(APY)) is for a new 5-month certificate of deposit (CD) with balances of $500 or more. CD rates are fixed upon opening the account. APYs assume money stays on deposit until CD maturity date. An early withdrawal penalty may be assessed and may decrease earnings. If you close the account before interest is credited, you will not receive the accrued interest. Upon maturity the CD will automatically renew for a successive term equal to the original term at the standard rate/APY in effect on the maturity date and based on the same term, minimum balance, and other features of the original certificate. Public funds, institutional funds and brokered CDs are not eligible for advertised APYs.
2 An early withdrawal penalty may be assessed and may decrease earnings.