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Huntington National Bank CD Rates

Huntington Bank offers more than two dozen certificate of deposit (CD) options. The options vary in term length from one month up to six years. That's a larger range than many other banks, which could be a draw for some customers. Unfortunately, interest rates are quite low when compared to the best CD rates on the market. It also doesn't help that the minimum deposit is $1,000 and interest only compounds monthly.

Customers who make larger initial deposits will have access to higher interest rates. You can also get a higher rate if you open a promotional CD account. Promotional CDs come with their own requirements (more on that below) that you should understand if you're looking at an account. Huntington Bank does not provide the option to open a CD online. You will need to visit a branch directly. Rates may vary slightly by location but before you open any accounts, read on for the things you need to know about a CD with Huntington Bank.

Of course, Huntington Bank greatly rewards investors with significant amounts of captial to sock away in CD accounts. In fact, if you're willing to put in a deposit of at least $100,000 to take advantage of rebust interest rates, you'll be able to sign up for CDs that run the gamut from seven days to 1,825 days (five years). 

Fixed Rate CDs With Minimum Deposit of Less Than $100,000

CD Length Minimum Deposit APY  
1 Month $1,000 0.01% Compare CD Rates
3 Months $1,000 0.01% Compare CD Rates
6 Months $1,000 0.10% Compare CD Rates
9 Months $1,000 0.10% Compare CD Rates
12 Months $1,000 0.10% Compare CD Rates
18 Months $1,000 0.10% Compare CD Rates
24 Months $1,000 0.15% Compare CD Rates
36 Months $1,000  0.20% Compare CD Rates
48 Months $1,000 0.35% Compare CD Rates
60 Months $1,000 0.55% Compare CD Rates
72 Months $1,000 0.55% Compare CD Rates

Fixed Rate CDs With Minimum Deposit of More Than $100,000

CD Length APY: $100,000.00 – $249,999.99  APY: $250,000.00 – $99,999,999.99  
7 Day 0.01% 0.01% Compare CD Rates
14 Day 0.01% 0.01% Compare CD Rates
30 Day 0.01% 0.01% Compare CD Rates
60 Day 0.01% 0.01% Compare CD Rates
90 Day 0.01% 0.01% Compare CD Rates
180 Day 0.10% 0.10% Compare CD Rates
270 Day 0.10% 0.10% Compare CD Rates
365 Day 0.10% 0.10% Compare CD Rates
547 Day 0.10% 0.10% Compare CD Rates
730 Day 0.15% 0.15% Compare CD Rates
912 Day 0.15% 0.15% Compare CD Rates
1095 Day 0.20% 0.20% Compare CD Rates
1460 Day 0.35% 0.35% Compare CD Rates
1825 Day 0.55% 0.55% Compare CD Rates

Fixed-Rate Promotional CDs

CD Length Minimum Deposit APY  
14 Month $1,000 1.75% Compare CD Rates
19 Month $1,000 2.50% Compare CD Rates

Huntington National Bank CD Rates Interest Rate Comparison

Overview of Huntington Bank CDs 

Huntington National Bank has its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. The bank predominantly serves the Midwestern U.S. Most branches are in Ohio but there are also branches in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Wisconsin. You can also find branches in Florida and some international cities.

Huntington Bank offers more than two dozen CD options, but you can only open a CD by visiting a branch and speaking with a representative. All CDs require a minimum deposit of $1,000 and compound interest monthly. The exact interest rates you receive will depend on the length of your CD term and how much you contribute to your account.

If you open a CD with a deposit less than $100,000, you have 11 term options to choose from. They range in length from one month up to 72 months (six years). If you contribute more than $100,000 you have access to 14 term options. However, these offers differ in that term lengths are set in days and not in months. Terms range from seven days up to 1,825 days (five years). Funding a CD with $250,000 or more will expose you even higher interest rates for the same 14 term options.

The highest interest rates from Huntington Bank come with its promotional CDs. There are currently two promotional offers with lengths of 13 and 19 months. Promotional rates vary over time depending on current market rates. If you want to open a promotional CD, you should call a local branch or check Huntington Bank’s website for the latest rates. It’s also possible to find promotional rates exclusively on the bank’s website. To claim these rates, you will need to request a coupon, which the bank will email you. You can then bring this coupon with you into a local branch and a representative will help you open a CD.

It’s important to note that opening a promotional CD requires you to use new money. This is money that you do not already have deposited with Huntington Bank.

During your CD term, it’s possible to transfer the interest you earn from a CD account into a checking account that you have Huntington Bank. If you attempt to remove any of your principal, you will pay an early withdrawal penalty. For CD terms of 12 months or less, the penalty is 1% of your principal. For CD terms between 13 months and 24 months, the penalty is 2% of your principal. If your CD term is longer than 25 months, you will pay an early withdrawal penalty worth 3% of your principal.

When your CD reaches maturity, you will have a 10-day grace period, during which you can transfer funds and make other changes to your account. You will not incur a penalty for transfers during the grace period. If you do not transfer your funds out of the account before the end of the grace period, Huntington will automatically renew your CD for a CD of the same term length. The interest rate on the new CD will depend on the current available rates.

How Much You Earn With Huntington Bank CDs Over Time

The interest you earn with a Huntington Bank CD will depend on your term length and your initial deposit. Because interest rates are low, you won’t earn more than a few dollars if you only make the minimum deposit on a short-term CD. Promotional CDs will earn you significantly more.

The table below shows what your total balance could look like depending on your initial deposit and your term length.

Initial Deposit 6-Month CD 12-Month CD 36-Month CD 60-Month CD
$1,000 $1,001 $1,001 $1,001 $1,001
$2,500 $2,501 $2,503 $2,515 $2,570
$5,000 $5,003 $5,005 $5,030 $5,139
$10,000 $10,005 $10,010 $10,060 $10,279

How Huntington Bank CD Rates Compare to Other Banks’

The standard interest rates at Huntington Bank are significantly lower than some of the best available CD rates. Huntington does competitive rates if you compare it to other large banks like TD Bank, but TD Bank requires a minimum deposit of only $250.

If you want to get a rate that compares with those at banks like Capital One, you will need to open a promotional CD. Other banks will still offer higher rates though. There is also the issue of promotional CDs requiring new money. Other banks offer higher rates without this requirement.

CD Account Huntington Bank TD Bank Capital One
6 Month 0.10% 0.15% 0.60%
1 Year 0.10% 0.30% 2.25%
3 Year 0.20% 0.40% 2.40%
5 Year 0.55% 0.45% 2.80%

Should You Get a Huntington Bank CD Account?

Huntington Bank offers a number of CD terms. This is great if you’re trying to create a CD ladder, with deposits into different CDs at various term lengths. That allows you to earn interest at more near-term intervals and get more robust returns on longer-term deposits. But in general, the interest rates on those CDs will be low. You’ll also have to make a minimum deposit of $1,000.

You should certainly consider other banks if your goal is to maximize savings. In fact, you may even want to consider putting that money into a savings account. Some of the best high-interest savings accounts offer higher interest rates and more flexibility than even Huntington Bank’s promotional CDs.

One reason you may consider a Huntington Bank CD is if you are already a Huntington customer (though it might be costly for you to open a promotional CD). You also need to live near a branch because you cannot open a CD online with Huntington Bank.

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