Money Market Account

Arvest Bank Money Market Account, open a money market account

Earn More Interest on a High Balance Account

If you are maintaining higher balances, the Money Market pays a better interest rate than a traditional savings account. Earn a premium interest rate when the account is held in conjunction with a qualifying checking account.

  • When account is held in conjunction with a qualifying checking account (Preferred Club, Arvest Club, Private Banking), the account holder qualifies for a premium interest rate, no minimum balance required and a free first order of checks.
  • Interest paid on daily collected balance at current Money Market Rate on balances as follows:
    • $0-$2,499
    • $2,500-$9,999
    • $10,000-$99,999.99
    • $100,000-$249,999.99
    • $250,000+
  • Unlimited Arvest ATM withdrawals using an Arvest debit card (with checking account relationship)
  • Unlimited deposits, up to six withdrawals per statement cycle. Withdrawal fee of $10 will be charged for each debit in excess of six per month.
  • Itemized monthly statement
  • Avoid $10 monthly service charge by maintaining a $2,500 minimum daily balance
  • $100 minimum to open
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Other ways you can apply

  • Find your local arvest branch

Account Disclosure Information:

  • Rates are subject to change without prior notice, at the bank’s discretion.
  • Fees could reduce earnings on interest-bearing accounts.
  • Complete deposit account disclosures containing terms and fee information are available upon request.
  • The interest rate and annual percentage yield will depend upon the balance in the account as shown on the Rate Chart. The interest rate and annual percentage may change. At our discretion, we may change the interest rate on the account weekly. Interest begins to accrue no later than the business day we receive credit for the deposit of non-cash items (for example, checks). Interest will be compounded monthly and will be credited to the account monthly. If the account is closed before interest is credited you will not receive the accrued interest. Fees could reduce earnings on interest-bearing accounts.