a welcome bonus of up to 80 euros for new customers!


To attract new customers, BforBank is currently offering a welcome bonus of up to 80 euros for the first time they open a bank account. The Bfor+ booklet also displays a boost rate of 5.50% for 4 months. Do not wait any longer!

Last September, BforBank unveiled its new visual identity and new positioning. The online bank has chosen to target the general public, with the aim of attracting 3 million customers by 2030. To achieve this, BforBank is banking in part on its two new service group offers (BforBASIC and BforZEN) as well as as well as an attractive welcome bonus.

Currently, BforBank offers a bonus of up to 80euros for its new customers. Here are the details of this offer:

  • 20 euros are offered for an initial payment of 200 euros minimum,
  • and 60 euros additional fees for carrying out at least 6 operations (card, transfer or direct debit) within 60 days following the actual opening of the account.

In addition, by opting for the BforZEN premium account, you benefit from First 6 months of free contributions, allowing you to save 24 euros.

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The conditions of the offer

The current offer is intended for individuals who are adults, capable and not acting for professional purposes. It is limited to the first 15,000 new customers. If you wish to take advantage of this, it is important to note that the bank account must remain open for at least a year. The 80 euros will be paid within two months following the 6th payment.

The account opening request is made directly on the mobile application BforBank. After downloading it, simply complete the form, choosing the option that suits you, then provide your personal information and contact details. The online bank then asks you to carry out the electronic signature and send the supporting documents in digital version. Once the first payment of at least 50 euros has been made, the account is opened. Good to know, BforBank also offers a biometric route, without down payment.

BforBASIC and BforZEN: which one to choose?

BforBank recently reviewed its current account offers to make them more accessible. BforBASIC is BforBank's entry-level offer, completely free and without obligation. Ideal for essential daily needs, it allows you to pay up to 1,500 euros over 30 rolling days with the physical card, and up to 500 euros with the virtual card. The withdrawal is capped at 500 euros over 7 days in the euro zone, with one free withdrawal per month (then 1 euro per withdrawal).

For a more complete solution, turn to BforZEN. For 4 euros per month (excluding promotions), benefit from increased ceilings: up to 3000 euros for payments by physical card and 1000 euros with the virtual card. You can make 5 free withdrawals per month in the euro zone, then 1 euro per withdrawal. Card payments are completely exempt from fees, in France and abroad.

Since September 18, 2023, the old account formulas with Visa Classic, Premier or Infinite cards are no longer available for subscription. However, cardholders continue to benefit from the advantages of these cards For now. Withdrawals in the euro zone are subject to BforZEN pricing, and Visa Infinite benefits from 100% free withdrawals.

An offer on the Bfor+ booklet

But that's not all. Until April 24, 2024BforBank offers a boost rate on its booklet for any new opening: 5.50% gross annual for 4 months (within the limit of 50,000 euros). Excluding promotional offers, the remuneration rate for the Bfor+ booklet is 2.10% gross annual. With the promotion, the rate therefore reaches 3.25% gross over one year. The ceiling for deposits on the booklet is 4 million euros. To benefit from this bonus rate, you must have a BforBank account.

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