Deal Summary

60-month CD, 0.40% APY, minimum deposit $500, dividends paid upon maturity.

Bremer Bank’s Top CD Rates

Bremer Bank’s top CD rate is 0.40% APY. This rate is offered on the credit union’s 60-month CD with a minimum deposit of $500. The dividends earned on this CD are paid upon maturity.

The 48-month CD is a great alternative. The account offers an 0.30% APY with a $500 minimum deposit. This account also pays you your dividends upon maturity. The monthly payout of dividends is beneficial because it serves as additional income. You should also consider the 36-month CD which offers an 0.25% APY. You can open this CD with a $500 minimum deposit.

For short-term investors the credit union offers a 3-month CD. This CD offers an annual percentage yield of 0.05%. This CD is also obtainable with a $500 minimum deposit. Like the above mentioned CD rates, this dividends on this account are paid upon maturity.

Bremer Bank offers eight CDs. Each of these CDs can be opened with a $500 minimum deposit. You are always welcome to invest more, but you don’t have to. These CD terms vary from 3 to 60-months. The APY starts at 0.05% and builds to 0.40%. Each of Bremer Bank’s CD accounts is subject to early withdrawal penalties.


You do not need to be a member at Bremer Bank in order to open up a CD with them. This means that if you don’t have a checking or savings account, you can still get a CD here.


Branches in Wisconsin

Onalaska, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Menomonie North, New Richmond, Amery, Siren, and Bayfield.

Branches in North Dakota

Minot, Rugby, Richardton, Devils Lake, Bismarck, Grafton, Fordville, Carrington, Larimore, Grand Forks North, Grand Forks, Casselton, Lisbon, Fargo, Wahpeton,

Branches in Minnesota

Houston, Winona, Saint Charles, Stewartville, Eyota, Austin, Rochester South, Rochester Downtown, Rochester North, Kasson, Owatonna, Eau Claire, Menomonie, Menomonie North, Mankato, Inver Grove Heights, Eagan, South Saint Paul, Woodbury, Stillwater, Saint Paul Lawson, Edina, Saint Paul Midway, Eden Prairie, Linden Hills, Roseville, Minneapolis, White Bear Lak, Saint Louis Park, Saint Anthony, Minnetonka, Brooklyn Center, Plymouth, Watertown, Redwood Falls, Marshall, Princeton, Willmar, Saint Cloud, Sartell, Rice, Duluth, Aitkin, Brainerd, Morris, Baxter, Alexandria, Brandon, Fergus Falls, Perham, Breckenridge, Detroit Lakes, Moorhead, International Falls, and Crookston.

Bank Overview

Bremer Bank was established in 1943 and genuinely believes in putting their customer’s needs first. Their beliefs are surrounded by the belief that if banks are there during both good and bad times for their communities, the communities would still be able to thrive.

Bremer Bank has over $13 billion in assets and over $780 million paid in dividends to the Otto Bremer Trust since 1989.

In the community, Bremer Bank participates in a variety of non-profit organizations including Habitat for Humanity, United Way, Farm Rescue, Great Plains Food Bank, Latino Service Providers Network, Junior Achievement of the Upper Midwest, and more.

If you are looking for a bank that will be there for you when the going gets tough, this is the bank for you.