Conditions of participation – youth and student account special offer online at

Anybody who opens a youth or student account (including e-finance) with PostFinance online via (direct link: between 1 and 31 July 2019 will have their new account credited with CHF 50 in September (payment date: 18 September 2019). The offer is valid once on opening the first youth or student account in the given period.

You must be authorized for the relevant account (youth or student account) in order to receive the account credit of CHF 50 when opening a youth or student account including e-finance. The requirements for the two account types are as follows:

Preconditions for youth account

All persons resident in Switzerland between the ages of 12 and 20 are eligible to take part. Important: People who have not yet reached the age of 12 are excluded from the offer. This is because you must be at least 12 years of age to have power of attorney for an account and to open your own e-finance participation.

Preconditions for student account

All persons between 18 and 30 years of age who are resident in Switzerland are eligible to take part provided they have completed basic or advanced training (vocational training, middle school, technical education, higher technical education, university of applied sciences, university) and can provide proof thereof with a valid education/training certificate.

Opening an account online via

The CHF 50 account credit will be given to every new customer who opens a youth or student account online via during the duration of the campaign. In addition to opening an account, e-finance must also be opened and a valid mobile phone number and e-mail address must be provided to PostFinance.

The participants’ information in the registration form may be used by PostFinance for marketing purposes. Participants have the option of prohibiting PostFinance from using their information for marketing purposes via the Contact Center (tel.: 0848 888 710). To the extent permitted by law, PostFinance does not accept any liability.

Any right of appeal is excluded.