Updated March 25, 2015 – Regardless if you are or are not a Bank of America customer, then you can once again take advantage of the 2015 TurboTax discount for completing your online 2014 tax return with TurboTax. This year they’re offering $10.00 off the Deluxe version, $15.00 off the Premier version or $20.00 off the Home and Business version. That comes out to be 15% off the list price. You’ll also qualify for the bonus gift card refund offer if you elect to have part or all of your Federal tax refund sent to you in the form of an Amazon gift card (up to 10% on top of the refund that’s coming your way!).
How does this deal work?
Just follow this link to activate the Bank of America deal. You’ll be taken to the BofA website where you will need to click on the continue button to be taken to the TurboTax site at Intuit.com where you’ll see discount applied. Just remember that this deal is only valid when you follow the above link and make one of the product selections at the TurboTax site. Here’s a look at your options:
Is this a good deal?
This year the Bank of America discount pretty good and it’s likely you won’t find a better deal this late in the tax season. It’s also about the same discount that you’ll see with the other parter banks this year. But before you take advantage of this offer, we recommend that you take a moment to see all of our other TurboTax deals (where we updated all of the latest TurboTax offers daily) before taking advantage of this Bank of America offer to see a full list of the offers now available to you.
What if I’m not a Bank of America customer?
No problem as this discount is applied to all those that follow the above link. Both TurboTax and Bank of America do not do any customer verification for this promotion so just about anyone can get this deal. If you’re also a member of Chase, Fidelity, Vanguard, Schwab or Scottrade then be sure to also see the special offers available to their customers. Other financial institutions may also have similar specials so be sure to check with your local bank to see if you can take advantage of any of their offers.