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Dean Bank Rewards...now powered by uChoose!

Earn valuable rewards just for shopping with your Dean Bank Debit MasterCard® or Debit BusinessCard®. When you become a cardholder, you are automatically enrolled in Dean Bank Rewards, now powered by uChoose*!

*PLEASE NOTE...On January 31, 2022, Dean Bank Rewards will move to a platform called uChoose - you'll still earn points the same way you do now and this program gives you a whole new way to redeem them.  You can earn and redeem with the current Dean Bank Rewards program through January 30, 2022.  After January 30, your existing points balance will automatically transfer to uChoose, though redemption opportunities might be different. Once you've registered, the new uChoose program will allow you to select from dozens of rewards including gift cards, merchandise, travel—you can even redeem points to make charitable contributions. 

Earning Points

You will earn one DeanPoint for every $2.00 you spend on non-PIN purchases using your card. Use your debit card to grocery shop, fill up your gas tank, go to dinner, or even pay monthly bills and you will earn rewards while doing it. It’s that simple!

Redeeming Rewards

As you earn DeanPoints, you get to choose how to redeem them for a variety of rewards. Options include:

  • Gift cards
  • Travel
  • Merchandise
  • You can even convert your points into a charitable donation!

Getting Started

You can enroll in Dean Rewards right at account opening.  The process is quick and easy...you can register to access your Dean Bank Rewards Account online. This is where you can inquire about your level of DeanPoints, browse reward options, and redeem your points. If you don't register online, you can still make inquiries and redeem points by phone: 1.877.OUR.RWDS (1.877.687.7937).

When you register your Dean Bank Rewards account online, you will have the option to receive a monthly Dean Bank Rewards eStatement notification instead of a quarterly printed statement. (Please note that your Rewards Statement is not the same as your monthly checking account statement.)