OneAZ Mobile Banking App and Debit Card

Why should you get your teen a debit card? 

They feel more independent, and you look like a rock star. When you show your teen that you trust them with their money, you open a world of possibilities while preparing them for adulthood.

  • Instead of always asking you for money, they’ll learn to budget their spending.
  • You’ll have plenty of hands-on teaching moments to help them build financial understanding.
  • In an ideal world, you might even get a surprise treat to coffee now and then!

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Learning to save money early can help teens become more responsible with their money and develop confidence in their financial skills.

  • They’ll save more money with no monthly maintenance fees
  • They’ll have more ownership in how they spend their savings
  • They can set savings goals in the OneAZ Mobile Banking app
  • They can learn about financial concepts like interest rates

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A OneAZ Teen Debit Card allows teens independence in managing their money while encouraging healthy spending habits that will help prepare them for adulthood. Parents will also monitor the account so you can guide them on their financial journey.

  • They’ll love tracking their spending with our easy-to-use mobile app
  • They can easily access cash with 41,000 fee-free ATMs across the network
  • They can deposit their allowance or part-time job payment

Your Teen’s Debit Card Includes a OneAZ Free Checking Account1

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Teen is the primary account holder

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No monthly maintenance fees

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Start the Weekend Early with Early Pay2

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41,000 fee-free ATMs across the network

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OneAZ Mobile Banking App

Accounts for Teens Must Be Opened in a Branch

What to bring when opening an account:

For Parents:

  • State-issued ID
  • Social Security Number
  • Proof of Residency

For Teens:

  • Student ID or state-issued ID
  • Social Security Number or Tax Identification Number (TIN)

Open an account at your local branch today!

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Rates as of June 1, 2024.

1 Checking is free; however, fees incurred—such as a stop payment or NSF fee—will apply. For complete terms and conditions, refer to the published Membership Account Agreement and Schedule of Fees and Charges. Applicants must meet OneAZ Credit Union eligibility requirements, including one (1) time $5 membership fee in Share savings. Requirements may be found at Courtesy Pay/overdraft coverage not available on account. Parent or Guardian required as joint owner. Teen Free Checking with Visa Debit Card is for individuals 13-18 years of age. Account is not eligible for any other promotion or offer.

2Early Pay is a service offered to you (the Member) if you are a consumer (not a business) who has a checking account with the Credit Union and receives your paycheck through direct deposit. You may be automatically enrolled in Early Pay after 2-3 pay periods. The Credit Union will make your payroll funds available as soon as your verified employer/payor notifies the Credit Union of the payment, which can be 1-2 days before most financial institutions make the funds available. If there is a weekend or bank holiday, Early Pay will be posted on the next business day after the weekend or bank holiday. Employers/payors must be verified by the Credit Union. If they cannot be verified, the Credit Union will not make the payment available early. You will receive a notification of the payment and the available funds will be indicated in online or mobile banking.

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