Wall Street Journal Digital Subscription


The Wall Street Journal 12-month digital subscription promotion applies only to newly funded OptionsHouse customers who initially fund their account within 30 days of completing the application. To be eligible for the 12-month digital subscription to the Wall Street Journal, you must satisfy both of the following requirements: (1) Fund a new OptionsHouse account with a minimum of $5,000 for a cash or margin account using promo code WSJHP13; (2) Make 10 commissionable trades within 60 days after funding your new OptionsHouse account. Note: Commission-free trades do not qualify toward the 10 trades. Fulfillment of the Wall Street Journal 12-month digital subscription will occur within 30 days once both requirements are fully satisfied. Limit one promotion per household please. This promotion may not be combined with other offers and additional restrictions may apply. Only individual or joint OptionsHouse accounts, personal trust accounts, and business accounts are eligible. The promotion is not available for retirement accounts including, among others, IRA, Roth IRA, SEP, and SIMPLE accounts; 401(k) and 403(b) workplace retirement plans; UTMAs and UGMAs; fiduciary accounts (including custodial accounts, estate accounts); college investment trust accounts; and 529 college savings plan accounts. OptionsHouse reserves the right to restrict or revoke this offer at any time. This is not an offer or solicitation in any jurisdiction where we are not authorized to do business. Taxes related to OptionsHouse offers are your responsibility. Retail values totaling $600 or more during the calendar year will be included in your consolidated Form 1099. OptionsHouse reserves the right to debit the cost of the promotion from any account that has received the Wall Street Journal 12-month digital subscription and has either closed their account or withdrawn assets below the minimum qualifying funding level within 180 days of original funding date. This promotion expires December 31, 2014.

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