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Huntington Bancshares

Bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio

Huntington Bancshares Inc. logo.svg
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The Huntington Center, the company's headquarters

Trade name

Huntington National Bank
FormerlyP. W. Huntington & Company

Traded as

Nasdaq: HBAN
S&P 500 Index component
Founded1866; 155 years ago (1866) as P. W. Huntington & Company in Columbus, Ohio
FounderP.W. Huntington
HeadquartersColumbus, Ohio
39°57′40″N83°00′02″W / 39.961153°N 83.000594°W / 39.961153; -83.000594Coordinates: 39°57′40″N83°00′02″W / 39.961153°N 83.000594°W / 39.961153; -83.000594

Area served

Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Illinois

Key people

Stephen D. Steinour, Chairman, President & CEO
Zachary Wasserman, CFO
RevenueIncreaseUS$4.815 Billion (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)[1]

Operating income

DecreaseUS$972 Million (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)[1]

Net income

DecreaseUS$817 Million (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)[1]
Total assetsIncrease $175 billion (2021)[2]
Total equityIncreaseUS$12.993 Billion (Fiscal Year Ended 31 December 2020)[1]

Number of employees

25,693 (2021) [3]
Footnotes / references
Map of Huntington branches, as of February 2021 (prior to merger with TCF Bank)

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated is an American bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. The company is ranked 500th on the Fortune 500,[5] and is 35th on the list of largest banks in the United States.

The company's banking subsidiary, The Huntington National Bank, operates 920 banking offices, primarily in the Midwest: 459 in Ohio, 290 in Michigan, 51 in Pennsylvania, 45 in Indiana, 35 in Illinois, 29 in West Virginia, and 10 in Kentucky.[6][7] In January 2009, the bank's Board of Directors named Steve Steinour as president, CEO, and chairman, succeeding Thomas Hoaglan, who retired after eight years in those positions.[6]

The company is the second-largest originator of Small Business Administration loans.[8]


P. W. Huntington formed P. W. Huntington & Company in 1866, operating on the northwest corner of High and Broad Streets; the site now houses the regional headquarters for rival U.S. Bancorp. Huntington built its first five-story building in 1878, on the intersection's southwest corner. Four out of five sons of P. W. would become partners during the 1890s and early 1900s. The bank was incorporated in 1905 as The Huntington National Bank of Columbus. Huntington died in 1918 shortly after turning the bank over to his sons.[11]

Francis Huntington became president and provided active leadership for 14 years. In 1915, the bank received limited trust powers. In 1922, the bank received full trust powers from the Federal Reserve System. In 1923, Huntington purchased Columbus-based the State Savings Bank & Trust Company and the Hayden-Clinton National Bank of Columbus, swelling its capital base.[13]

In 1958, Huntington acquired the Columbus-based The Market Exchange Bank Company. In 1962, Huntington acquired both First National Bank of Grove City and The People's Bank of Canal Winchester. In 1963, Huntington acquired both The Columbus Savings Bank and the Columbus-based The Northern Savings Bank. In 1966, Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (HBI) was established as a bank holding company.

In 1967, Huntington Bancshares acquired the Washington Court House-based The Washington Savings Bank. In 1969, it acquired the Ashland-based Farmers Bank. In 1970, it also acquired the Bowling Green-based The Bank of Wood County Company, the Toledo-based The Lucas County State Bank, and Lagonda National Bank of Springfield. In 1971, Huntington Bancshares acquired First National Bank & Trust Company of Lima, The Woodville State Bank, and the Kent-based The Portage National Bank. In 1972, it acquired The First National Bank of Wadsworth and The First National Bank of Kenton, also establishing the first 24-hour, fully automated banking office.

In 1973, Alger Savings Bank merged into an affiliate in Kenton, Ohio. In 1976, The Huntington Mortgage Company formed as a subsidiary of Huntington Bancshares with The Pickerington Bank being merged into the bank. In 1977, Huntington Bancshares acquired The Bellefontaine National Bank, The Central National Bank of London, and Columbus-based The Franklin National Bank. In 1979, a loan production office opened in Dayton, Ohio.[13]

In 1975, the company changed its logo to its current "honeycomb" logo.

In 1980, Farmers & Merchants Bank, Milford Center and The First National Bank of Burton were merged with Huntington Bancshares.[13]

In 1981, the bank acquired Alexandria Bank Company and renamed it The Huntington State Bank, with a loan production office opening in Cincinnati.

In 1982, the bank merged with the Reeves Banking and Trust Company.[13] Huntington acquired the tiny Savings Bank of Chillicothe, Ohio in the early 1980s, which gained some fame in 2011 when 100-year-old June Gregg revealed to Huntington officials that her father had opened a savings account for her as a baby with Savings Bank in 1913 and that she had subsequently kept the account open. Huntington officials later confirmed it and gave her account a temporary increase in her interest rate to 5% as a centenarian present for her 98-year loyalty to Huntington and the Chillicothe branch's predecessor, Savings Bank.[14]

In 1983, the bank acquired Cleveland-based Union Commerce Bank.[15]

In 1997, the bank acquired First Michigan Bank Corporation of Holland, Michigan.[16][17][18]

In 2002, the company sold its branches in Florida to SunTrust Banks for $705 million.[19][20][21]

In March 2006, the company acquired Unizan Financial.[22][23]

In July 2007, the company acquired Sky Financial Group Inc. based in Bowling Green, Ohio, which increased its presence in Indiana and Ohio and expanded it into Western Pennsylvania for the first time.[24][25][26][27][28] As of 2021, Huntington is the sixth-largest bank in the Pittsburgh market by deposits.[29]

In November 2008, the United States Department of the Treasury invested $1.4 billion in the company as part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and in December 2010, the company repaid the Treasury. The U.S. government made a profit of over $144 million from its investment in the company.[30][31][32][33]

In 2009, Huntington bid against rival Fifth Third Bank to acquire National City Corp. branches in the Pittsburgh region from PNC Financial Services. The United States Department of Justice ordered PNC to sell the branches to comply with United States antitrust law concerns after the National City acquisition by PNC.[34] Ultimately, PNC sold the overlapping branches to First Niagara Bank.[35]

On October 3, 2009, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation named Huntington as receiver of a $400 million deposit portfolio from the bank failure of Warren Bank in Warren, Michigan.[36][37][38]

On December 18, 2009, Huntington signed a 45-day lease with the FDIC to run a bridge bank for the failed Citizens State Bank in New Baltimore, Michigan.[39][40][41]

In March 2012, the bank acquired Dearborn-based Fidelity Bank.[42][43][44][45]

In 2012, Huntington was in merger discussions with Flint, Michigan-based Citizens Republic Bancorp. Discussions stalled and FirstMerit, which was itself acquired by Huntington in 2016, purchased Citizens Republic in September 2012.[46][47]

In the first quarter of 2013, Huntington changed its ATMs to new ones that allow customers to make deposits by inserting cash and checks directly into the ATM.[48] The bank started in 2014 offering ATM deposits from mobile phones and through online transfers until 11:59 p.m. and post them that day.[49]

In March 2014, the company acquired Ohio-based Camco Financial, holding company for Advantage Bank, for $97 million in stock.[50][51][52][53]

In September 2014, the company acquired 24 offices of Bank of America in Central Michigan, including the Port Huron, Flint, and Saginaw markets. This raised the number of Huntington branches in Michigan to 173, including over 40 locations housed in Meijer stores.[54][55][56]

In March 2015, the company acquired Michigan-based Macquarie Equipment Finance, Inc. from Sydney, Australia-based Macquarie Group for $458 million.[57][58][59]

In January 2016, Huntington announced it would purchase Akron-based FirstMerit Corporation for $3.4 billion, making it one of the largest banks in Ohio.[60] Due to Sherman Antitrust Act concerns by the United States Department of Justice, it sold 11 branches in Canton and two in Ashtabula to First Commonwealth Bank.[61] Additionally, 107 branches located within 2.5 miles of other Huntington / FirstMerit branches were closed.[62][63][64]

Historic checks[edit]

In 2012, Huntington started displaying old checks that were written by famous people, including 24 former U.S. Presidents such as Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, and Niles, Ohio native William McKinley. Other checks were signed by Charles Dickens, Thomas Edison, Ernest Hemingway, and Susan B. Anthony, among others.[65] The most notable check was one written by Lincoln to "self" for $800 dated April 13, 1865, the day before his assassination.[66] The checks are estimated to be worth over $75,000 today. Huntington acquired the checks in 1983 when it purchased Union Commerce Bank and received several boxes of old documents, but weren't discovered until 2011 when a Huntington employee was looking through the documents.[67]

Huntington Preferred Capital[edit]

Huntington Bancshares also operates Huntington Preferred Capital, Inc., a real estate investment trust (REIT). It was organized under Ohio law in 1992 and designated as a REIT in 1998. Four related parties own HPCI's common stock: Huntington Capital Financing LLC; Huntington Preferred Capital II, Inc.; Huntington Preferred Capital Holdings, Inc.; and Huntington Bancshares Incorporated. All these entities are tied via ownership and/or interlocking directorships to Huntington Bancshares, either directly or through Huntington National Bank.

In addition to the common stock, Huntington Preferred Capital also issued two million shares of preferred stock, paying a quarterly cash dividend of $0.4925 per share. This stock is largely held by the same companies as the common stock, but a small fraction of the available shares are sold on the open market. Huntington Preferred Capital had one subsidiary, HPCLI, Inc., a taxable REIT subsidiary formed in March 2001 for the purpose of holding certain assets (primarily leasehold improvements). On December 31, 2007, Huntington Preferred Capital paid common stock dividends consisting of cash and the stock of HPCLI to its common stock shareholders. After the stock dividend was paid, HPCLI became a wholly owned subsidiary of Huntington Preferred Capital Holdings, which holds all the shares of HPCLI.[68]

TCF Merger[edit]

On December 13, 2020, Huntington management announced a merger with Detroit-based TCF Bank.[69] Under the terms of the merger agreement, the bank will retain the Huntington name with commercial banking headquartered in Detroit and retail banking based in Columbus.[70] As part of the merger, the company also announced it would close 198 branches due to overlap. This includes all 97 branches located inside Meijer stores in Michigan.[71] It was announced on May 26, 2021 that TCF Bank will be required by the Department of Justice to sell off 13 branches in Michigan. These branches will be purchased by Horizon Bank at the end of the third quarter. The final approval has been given for the merger [72] and it was completed on June 9, 2021. The combined bank has $175 billion in assets.[73]

The combined bank will have two headquarters, Detroit for commercial banking and Columbus, Ohio for consumer banking. The merger allowed Huntington to enter Minnesota and Colorado for the first time. The merged bank will have 1,100 branches stretching from West Virginia to Colorado; its most important markets will be Columbus, Detroit and Minneapolis-St. Paul. TCF branches will be converted in the fourth quarter of 2021.[74]

The Detroit office will be based in the TCF Building currently under construction in downtown Detroit, it will be renamed the Huntington Tower.[74] Originally the building was going to house Chemical Bank, which moved its headquarters from Midland, Michigan to Detroit in July 2018.[75] However, on August 1, 2019, the merger between Chemical Bank and TCF was completed with the merged company retaining the TCF name.[76] Now with the merger of TCF and Huntington the building will likely house 800 employees of the combined company.[77]


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Huntington Bank pledges $40 billion to tackle inequities, promises $11 billion for Michigan


DETROIT - Huntington Bank is pledging $40 billion toward improving financial opportunities for consumers and businesses, while tackling social, racial, and economic inequities.

The Columbus, Ohio-based bank announced its community plan Wednesday in Detroit where its commercial banking segment is headquartered.

Part of the focus will be on affordable housing, small business loans and increased capital to historically disadvantaged and low- to moderate-income communities in Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorado and South Dakota.

Of the $40 billion, $16 billion is earmarked for minority borrowers and communities. Huntington also says it will adopt an affordable housing and consumer lending goal of $24 billion with half being committed to meeting the needs of minority and under-resourced populations.

Detroit and surrounding Wayne County are slated to receive $1 billion in funding, while Michigan will get $11 billion.

The $40 billion is an expansion of a $20 billion community plan Huntington announced last year.

RELATED: Huntington Bank announces $5B plan to help businesses emphasizing those owned by minorities, vets

"Our purpose of looking out for people guides us to be a catalyst for positive change and to ensure under-resourced consumers and businesses have the access to capital, affordable housing and other resources to achieve their goals and to pursue their dreams," said Steve Steinour, Huntington Bank chair, president and chief executive.


Huntington Bank

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Founded in 1866 as The Huntington National Bank, today Huntington Bancshares Incorporated still operates from the same Columbus, Ohio founding location in the heart of the Midwest. As of December 31, 2017, Huntington Bancshares Incorporated is a $104 billion asset regional bank holding company.

Huntington commits to the economic development of its local communities by investing in business growth, teaching, partnering and volunteering.

Huntington is a full-service banking provider primarily operating across an eight-state banking franchise of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Our “Welcome” philosophy centers around deep relationship-building capabilities to best meet each customer’s specific needs. Following the conversion of FirstMerit locations to Huntington, service will be available through a banking network of nearly 1,000 traditional and supermarket branches, and through digital, telephone and ATM banking, including over 1,800 ATM locations.

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated provides:

Full-service commercial, small business, and consumer banking services
Mortgage banking services
Treasury management and foreign exchange services
Equipment leasing
Wealth and investment management services
Trust services
Brokerage services
Customized insurance brokerage and service programs

Through automotive dealership relationships within our primary franchise area and select other states, Huntington also provides commercial banking s


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Huntington Bank, Columbus

Huntington Bank, ColumbusHuntington Bancshares Incorporated is an American bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. The company is ranked 500th on the Fortune 500, and is 35th on the list of largest banks in the United States. The company's banking subsidiary, The Huntington National Bank, operates 920 banking offices, primarily in the Midwest: 459 in Ohio, 290 in Michigan, 51 in Pennsylvania, 45 in Indiana, 35 in Illinois, 29 in West Virginia, and 10 in Kentucky. In January 2009, the bank's Board of Directors named Steve Steinour as president, CEO, and chairman, succeeding Thomas Hoaglan, who retired after eight years in those positions.The company is the second-largest originator of Small Business Administration loans.


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Huntington and TCF banks plan to merge in 2021 with market value of about $22 billion

A bank founded in Port Huron more than 80 years ago will be getting another new name after being shut down by the state a decade ago. 

On Sunday, the parent company of Huntington National Bank announced it and the parent company of TCF National Bank had signed an agreement to merge with a total market value of approximately $22 billion.

This will not be the bank's first rebranding: 

  • The Port Huron-based Citizens Federal Savings & Loans was founded in 1937. 
  • The savings and loan became a mutual savings bank and changed its name to Citizens Federal Savings Bank in 1990. 
  • In 1997, it changed its name to Citizens First Savings Bank. 
  • First Michigan took it over in 2010 after the state shut Citizens down. 
  • First Michigan changed its name to Talmer Bank in 2011. 
  • Talmer merged with Chemical Bank in 2016. 
  • TCF merged with Chemical Bank in 2019. 

Under the terms of the latest agreement, which was unanimously approved by both companies’ boards of directors, TCF will merge into Huntington and the combined holding company and bank will operate under the Huntington name and brand after the transaction’s completion, according to a Huntington press release. 

“This merger combines the best of both companies and provides the scale and resources to drive increased long-term shareholder value,” Stephen Steinour, CEO and president of the bank, said.

The headquarters for the commercial bank will be in Detroit where at least 800 employees of the combined company will be housed downtown. Columbus will remain the headquarters for the holding company and the consumer bank. 

Huntington Bank has multiple banks and ATMs in St. Clair County including Fort Gratiot, East China Township, Marysville and Algonac and TCF Banks and ATMs can be found in Port Huron, Fort Gratiot Township and St. Clair. 

The pro forma combined company will have approximately $168 billion in assets, $117 billion in loans, and $134 billion in deposits. Estimated cost savings of the combined company are approximately $490 million, according to the press release. 

The merger is expected to close in the second quarter of 2021, subject to satisfaction of customary closing conditions. 

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According to TCF’s website, right now it's banking as usual. TCF Bank will continue to operate separately until all regulatory and shareholder approvals are received and the companies are merged. Until then, customers should continue to bank as they always have at current banks and ATMs. 

The companies are in the process of reviewing branch networks to determine a combined network and some banking centers will close, like those where there’s another Huntington or TCF Bank close by. People will receive notice prior to any changes at their TCF banking center, according to the company. 

“This partnership will provide us the opportunity for deeper investments in our communities, more jobs in Detroit, an increased commitment in Minneapolis and a better experience for our customers,” Gary Torgow, who will serve as the bank’s board of directors chairman, said. “We will be a top regional bank, with the scale to compete and the passion to serve. Merging with the Huntington platform will be a great benefit to all of our stakeholders and will drive significant opportunities for our team members.”   

Contact Bryce Airgood at (810) 989-6202 or [email protected] Follow her on Twitter @bairgood123.



CLEVELAND, Ohio — Huntington Bank will close 26 branches located in Giant Eagle stores in the Cleveland-Akron region in the next two months.

The Columbus-based bank, which is the second-largest in Greater Cleveland, will close a total of 30 branches in Ohio on Feb. 15. The others are in Youngstown and central Ohio. The decision to close the branches was made by Huntington, according to Giant Eagle spokesman Dan Donovan.

All of the branches that will close have an existing Huntington branch within a five-minute drive, Huntington said. Half of them have a branch within a half-mile.

“We have a longstanding relationship with Huntington Bank and (will) continue to operate more than 65 mutual locations throughout Ohio and West Virginia,” Donovan said in a statement. “At this time we are not aware of any plans by Huntington to change operations of additional in-store bank branches."

Huntington’s pullback is part of its periodic evaluation of branches, said spokeswoman Emily Smith.

“Huntington regularly reviews its distribution network and makes adjustments and improvements to ensure our mix of branches, ATMs, and online and mobile banking are in line with meeting our customers’ evolving needs,” she said.

The bank didn’t say how many jobs may be affected.

“Our people are our most important asset at Huntington, and it’s our goal to place the vast majority of our colleagues in other roles where they can continue their career with Huntington,” Smith said.

Huntington will remain the largest bank in Ohio and in Greater Cleveland by branches. It had 117 branches in the Cleveland area as of June; that doesn’t include 42 in Akron or 26 in Canton. It has about 800 companywide. Huntington is the second-largest bank in Greater Cleveland by deposits, with 14% market share, behind KeyBank, which has 21% marketshare and only 72 branches.

It’s not yet known whether another bank or service may move into the spaces in Giant Eagle stores vacated by Huntington.

“Giant Eagle will evaluate the best use of the space currently occupied by the Huntington branches on a store by store basis, with hopes to use the space to deliver added value to our customers,” Donovan said.

It’s not clear what will happen to the ATMs in Giant Eagle stores.

“We are committed to making ATM machines available in as many of our stores as possible,” Donovan said. “No other Giant Eagle financial services – Western Union, check cashing privileges, etc. – are affected by Huntington’s bank branch announcement.”

Huntington closed 34 other branches in Greater Cleveland soon after its 2016 purchase of Akron-based FirstMerit Corp.

These latest closures are part of an industry trend. Banks nationwide are pulling back because so much everyday business has migrated online. Customers today can make deposits, apply for loans, make payments and more through their phones and computers, and can go months without setting foot into a branch. Among the 15 largest banks in Greater Cleveland, only four have the same or more branches as they did five years ago: Third Federal, Ohio Savings, Dollar Bank and Westfield. The other 11 have reduced their branch counts.

The number of branches in the Cleveland area dropped by 12% from 2014 to 2019, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The number of branches nationwide peaked five to seven years ago. Analysts believe the number of branches will continue to fall nationwide.

The branches that will close, according to Giant Eagle:

Ashtabula: 2390 S. Prospect Ave.

Barberton: 41 5th St., SE

Berea: 50 W. Bridge St.

Brooklyn: 6300 Biddulph Plaza

Canfield: Canfield Colonial Plaza, 525 E. Main St.

Canton: 3100 Cromer Ave.

Chardon: 351 Center St.

Chesterland: 12692 Chillicothe Road

Cleveland: 15325 Edgecliff Ave.

Fairlawn: 2775 W. Market St.

Hartville: 907 W. Maple St.

Mayfield Heights: 6259 Mayfield Road

Medina: 870 N. Court St.

Middlefield: 15400 W. High St.

North Canton: The Strip/Stark Commons, 6493 Strip Ave., NW

North Canton: Washington Square, 1955 E. Maple St.

North Madison: 6556 N. Ridge Road

Parma: Snowview Plaza, 1825 Snow Road

Ravenna: 909 E. Main St.

South Euclid: 4401 Mayfield Road

Streetsboro: 1280 State Road 303

Tallmadge: 205 West Ave.

Uniontown: Green Village, 1700 Corporate Woods Parkway

Westlake: Crocker Park Shopping Center, 30275 Detroit Road

Willoughby: Willoughby Commons, 36475 Euclid Ave.

Outside of Greater Cleveland-Akron

Columbus: McCutcheon & Stelzer, 2900 Stelzer Road

Warren: Howland, 8202 E. Market Ave.

Warren: Jamestown, 2700 Mahoning Ave., NW

Youngstown: 5220 Mahoning Ave.


Huntington Bank Promotions: Earn $150 and $200 Cash Bonuses for Opening New Accounts in June

Huntington Bank regularly offers bank promotions to attract new customers. Bank bonuses are a relatively easy way to earn some extra cash. You can earn hundreds of dollars by merely opening a new account and meeting other account requirements in many cases.

Currently, Huntington Bank has two bank promotions available through July 7th, 2021. New customers can earn $150 or $200 by opening select checking accounts and making at least $1,000 in total deposits during the offer’s timeframe. Here’s a closer look at Huntington Bank’s current bank bonuses and what you need to know to earn some extra cash through the bank.

Huntington Bank Bonuses

Huntington Bank is known for offering incredible bank bonuses for new customers who open select accounts. Right now, you can earn up to $200 through two bank bonus offers at Huntington. Here’s what you need to know about both bank bonuses.

Asterisk-Free Checking $150 Bank Bonus

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Right now, you can earn a $150 bank bonus when you open a Huntington Bank’s Asterisk-Free Checking account. Like most bank bonuses, you’ll need to meet the bank’s specific requirements to earn the bonus. For this particular Huntington bonus, you’ll need to:

  • Open a new Asterisk-Free Checking account by July 7, 2021
  • Make cumulative new money deposits of at least $1,000 to your checking account within 60 days of account opening
  • Keep your account open for at least 90 days

Huntington will deposit the $150 bank bonus into your checking account within 14 days of meeting the specified requirements.

Bonus Expiration

To qualify for the bonus, you’ll need to open an eligible checking account by July 7, 2021. You also need to meet the bank bonus deposit requirements within 60 days of account opening.

About Asterisk-Free Checking

Asterisk-Free Checking is a standard checking account available through Huntington Bank. With no monthly fees and no minimum balance requirements, you can bank however you want without extra costs. There’s also no minimum opening deposit requirement, so you can open an account regardless of how much money you have to add. Huntington’s Asterisk-Free Checking comes with access to several tools to help you manage your money.

Automated savings

Money Scout is an automatic savings tool that analyzes your spending habits and upcoming expenses to find unused funds to transfer over to your savings account.

Overdraft protection

Huntington helps you with overdrafts in two ways. First, you have access to a 24-hour grace period that gives you more time to fund your account and avoid costly overdraft fees. You also have access to the $50 Safety Zone, which allows you to have a negative balance (up to $50) for five consecutive days or longer with an extended overdraft fee. It’s good to know Huntington Bank has your back during the moments you need a little extra help.

Digital tools

Huntington Bank’s hub is home to all of the bank’s digital tools. As a checking customer, you have unlimited access to savings and budgeting tools designed to help you set and save for money goals and improve your money management skills.

 Online Bill Pay

Huntington customers have a convenient one-stop-shop for paying bills online. Bill payment is available through your online account or Huntington’s mobile app.

Huntington 5 Checking $200 Bank Bonus

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Huntington’s other bank bonus offer is for opening a Huntington 5 Checking account. New customers can earn a $200 bank bonus right now by meeting the following requirements:

  • Open a new account by July 7, 2021
  • Make cumulative new money deposits of at least $1,000 to your checking account within 60 days of account opening
  • Keep your account open for at least 90 days

Huntington will deposit the $200 bank bonus into your checking account within 14 days of meeting the specified requirements above. Huntington 5 Checking also comes with a free debit card and check writing privileges, with checks available for a fee.

Bonus Expiration

Like Huntington’s other bonus, customers need to open an eligible checking account by July 7, 2021, and meet the offer’s deposit requirements within 60 days of account opening.

About Huntington 5 Checking

Huntington 5 Checking is an interest-bearing checking account. Besides the bonus offer, the account comes with several valuable benefits.

Free ATM Withdrawals

Customers receive five free non-Huntington ATM withdrawals each month. That means you can still withdraw money without a fee even if you’re aren’t near a Huntington Bank or one of its ATMs. Keep in mind this only waives the fee typically charged by Huntington, not any fees incurred from the ATM owner.

Free Credit Scores

Huntington 5 customers also get access to free VantageScore credit scores each month, along with additional quarterly credit scores.

Digital Tools

Huntington 5 Checking accounts also have access to the bank’s hub of digital tools. That includes Huntington Heads Up, a tool that provides real-time insights and alerts so you can manage your money more effectively. It even keeps track of subscription accounts, so you know when free trials end or when renewals are coming up.

Extended Deposit Hours

Both checking accounts come with access to All Day Deposit, which means the deposit day ends at midnight, not early cutoff times like other banks. One thing to keep in mind is that Huntington 5 Checking comes with a $5 monthly maintenance fee. The fee is waived by keeping a total relationship balance (among select Huntington accounts) of at least $5,000 each statement period.

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Who Is Eligible for Huntington Bank Bonuses?

Like most promotional bank offers, you need to know details in the fine print before signing up. First, this promotion is only available to applicants ages 18 and over who live in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania or West Virginia. The bank only operates in these seven states currently.

Theses bank bonus offers are only available to new Huntington personal checking customers. Individuals who have an existing personal checking account with Huntington or have closed one within the last six months are not eligible.

The deposits required for both offers must be funded with new money, which means money that’s not from any existing Huntington account. Transfers from other Huntington accounts don’t count as deposits. Neither do person-to-person payments through third-parties like Zelle. Huntington Bank may limit you to one bank bonus per 12-month period across all accounts.

This offer cannot be used in combination with any other consumer checking offer. Also, your bank bonus may be considered taxable income and should be included in your annual tax return. Huntington will issue you a Form 1099-INT for tax purposes. Unlike many bank bonus offers, there is no requirement to set up a recurring direct deposit with Huntington Bank to earn a bonus.

Other Huntington Bank Accounts

While Asterisk-Free and Huntington 5 Checking are the only accounts currently offering bank bonuses, it doesn’t mean those are the only products provided by the bank. Huntington is also home to other checking accounts, savings accounts, money market accounts and other personal banking solutions.

Like most traditional banks, Huntington can’t compete with online banks’ competitive rates these days. But they still provide a viable local banking solution for many customers. Here’s a brief overview of other account offerings available through the bank.

Huntington 25 Checking

Huntington 25 Checking is the bank’s highest-earning interest-bearing checking account. The account features a steep $25 monthly maintenance fee, but you can waive it by keeping a total relationship balance (among select Huntington accounts) of at least $25,000 each statement period.

The checking account comes with extra perks like free paper checks and unlimited fee-free out-of-network ATM withdrawals (you still have to pay for any fees charged by ATM owners). The real draw of Huntington 25 is the relationship benefits when you pair it with other banking products. Some of the relationship benefits include:

  • Higher interest rates on savings accounts and money market accounts
  • Free credit score and identity monitoring
  • Home Equity Line of Credit rate discount
  • Mortgage rate discount
  • 100 commission-free online equity or ETF trades per year through Huntington Financial Advisors

High Interest Savings Account

High Interest Savings earns moderate to low APY on all balances. You can earn higher relationship rates, with an increased APY, by pairing your savings account with an eligible Huntington checking account. The High Interest Savings account has a $10 monthly fee, which is waived by keeping an average daily balance of $2,500 or pairing it with select checking accounts.

Premier Savings

Premier Savings also earns a moderate to low APY on all balances. This savings account has a $4 monthly maintenance fee, but you can have it waived by keeping an average daily balance of $300 or have an Asterisk-Free checking account.

Relationship Money Market Account

Money markets accounts are like hybrid bank accounts that offer the best features of both savings accounts and checking accounts. The Huntington Relationship Money Market Account comes with check writing privileges and earns interest on all balances above $25,000.

Like most money market accounts, customers are limited to six monthly withdrawals without paying an extra penalty fee. There is a $25 monthly fee on money market accounts which is waived by keeping an average daily balance of at least $25,000 or having a Huntington 5 or Huntington 25 Checking account.

Money Market IRA

Another option for customers who want to maximize their savings, especially for retirement, is the Huntington Money Market IRA. Available as part of a traditional and Roth IRA, this money market account starts to earn interest on balances as low as one cent. The good news is that Money Market IRAs have no monthly fees and enjoy tax benefits other accounts don’t.

Certificates of Deposit (CDs)

Huntington offers standard, jumbo and IRA CDs. CDs are a great way to maximize your savings when you have extra funds you don’t need access to for a while. CDs come in several terms ranging from one month to six years, earning a mid-tier APY. A $1,000 deposit is required to open standard CDs through Huntington.

Jumbo CDs are for beginning balances of $100,000 or greater and range from seven days to 1,825 days. Customers can open a CD account in person at a local Huntington Bank branch.

Other Huntington Products

Beyond its traditional deposit accounts, Huntington also offers lending products like home mortgages, refinance loans, Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCs), personal loans and auto loans. Huntington also offers personal insurance, including individual health, life and motor vehicle insurance. Add in investment accounts and small business and commercial banking solutions, and you have a bank that is truly a full-service bank dedicated to offering a wide array of helpful products and services to its customers.

Huntington Bank Mobile App

On top of quality banking products and services, Huntington customers have access to the bank’s award-winning mobile banking app. The app comes with many features people have come to love with mobile banking like:

  • Account management
  • Mobile check deposit
  • Online bill pay
  • Zelle compatibility
  • Bank branch and ATM finder
  • Electronic transfers

Available for iOS and Android, the app also comes with some less common features worth checking out. Apple users can access their account balance easily without even logging in using 3D Touch technology.

You can also set up notifications and alerts, so you can stay on top of every bank transaction no matter where you are. Huntington customers also have a choice when logging in, with touch ID, face ID or fingerprint login options available.

What Is Huntington Bank?

Huntington Bank is a full-service regional bank with branches in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The bank offers a host of banking products and services as well as credit cards, mortgage and personal loans, investment accounts, personal insurance and more. Business and commercial banking solutions are also available through Huntington Bank.

Apply for Huntington Bank Promotions Today

If you’re in the market for a new checking account, why not earn some cash for the banking you’re probably already going to do? You can earn money right now by opening Asterisk-Free Checking and Huntington 5 Checking accounts and meeting the bonus eligibility requirements.

You also get access to several key features to help you with your everyday banking needs. Many Huntington accounts have monthly service fees to deal with, so be sure the account is worth the fee or that you can meet requirements to waive the fees each month. There is no hard credit check to open a bank account through Huntington Bank, but you will need a government-issued ID and your Social Security number to verify your identity. Use the bonus code to open an account online or in-person at your local Huntington Bank branch.


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