Certificates of Deposit

For a limited time, open a high-yield certificate of deposit with Amplify Credit Union and enjoy great two-year and three-year rates.

Be Money Smart

No Hidden Fees No Two-Tiered Rate Structures Personalized Support
FEATURED RATE: 18 MONTHS

4.30

% APY*
Open an Account

Get your money confidence back

When the market turns uncertain, it can be tough to know where to put your money. Whether you’re looking for a safe place for your nest egg or a high-yield option to wait out the market, Amplify Credit Union has got you covered.

Open an
Account

Amplify’s mobile-first application makes it easy to get started. And remember, our banking accounts will always be fee-free.

Great Rates
for Any Balance

There are no hidden fees or two-tiered rate structures, which means you’re always getting our best interest rate for your hard-earned dollars.

Pick Your
Term

With terms from only a few months to a few years, Amplify’s certificates of deposit have the flexibility to match your financial goals.

Grow Your Savings

Spend your two- or three-year terms watching the interest on your account grow as you plan your next financial move.

CD FAQs

In times like this, there’s something to be said for a sure thing. If you’re new to certificates of deposit, learn more about how they work and why CBS News calls them an “excellent choice” for people looking for a short-term savings tool.

What is a certificate of deposit?

Can I add funds to an open CD?

Do CDs fall under fee-free banking?

Is there a minimum balance for CDs?

Ready to open an account?

Open a new certificate of deposit online or contact a virtual banker at [email protected] for a one-on-one consultation.

* Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is effective 11/22/2023 and may change at anytime. Minimum balance of $500 required to obtain the advertised APY.

Insured by NCUA. Membership required.

Please refer to the Certificate Account Rate Disclosure for further information relating to the above products. Fees assessed on accounts could reduce earnings on those accounts.

See Fee Schedule & Rate Schedule