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Best Checking Accounts – Florence, SC


If you’re looking for the best checking accounts in Florence, SC, you have a lot of different options. At First Bank in South Carolina, we have two convenient locations in Florence that offer five personal checking account options. We use a diverse selection of options and offer checking accounts for each customer’s needs.

Checking Account Options at First Bank

Best Checking Accounts - Florence, SC

First Bank aims to provide a checking account for everyone and we have customized accounts based on demographic or financial needs.

Everywhere CheckingThis account includes:

  • Free online and mobile banking*
  • Free online bill pay
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Free use of CashPoints® ATM network*
  • Earn rewards points with your First Bank debit or credit card when you enroll*

Everywhere PlusThis account includes:

  • Free online and mobile banking*
  • Free online bill pay
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Free use of CashPoints® ATM network*
  • Earn rewards points with your First Bank debit or credit card when you enroll*
  • Interest at a minimal balance requirement

Everywhere Premium This account includes:

  • Free online and mobile banking*
  • Free online bill pay
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Free use of CashPoints® ATM network*
  • No transaction fees on out-of-network ATM withdrawals
  • Earn rewards points with your First Bank debit or credit card when you enroll*
  • Free member checks or 50% discount on alternate check designs
  • 4 free official checks per statement cycle
  • Interest at a minimal balance requirement

Campus CheckingThis account for students heading to or attending college includes:

  • For enrolled students under 25
  • No monthly maintenance fees
  • Free online and mobile banking1
  • Free online bill pay
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Free CashPoints® ATM network2
  • No First Bank transaction fees on 8 out-of-network ATM withdrawals per month
  • Earn Rewards Points at hundreds of online retailers when you use your First Bank debit or credit card and enroll

Senior Checking— This account is fee-free for seniors over 55 who enroll in monthly direct deposits of $250 or more and includes:

  • Free online and mobile banking*
  • Free online bill pay
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Free use of CashPoints® ATM network*
  • Earn rewards with your First Bank debit or credit card when you enroll*
  • Free basic checks or 50% off other designs

Checking Account Comparison

See how our different checking accounts compare in the infographic below:

Compare First Bank's personal checking account options

Visit Your Local First Bank

Stop by First Bank on West Evans Street or Loop Road in Florence, SC, or use our account comparison to decide which one of our options is the best checking account for you. If you already know what you’re looking for in a checking account, you can open a First Bank account in just 10 minutes using our online form.

To learn even more about First Bank, see our articles on small local banks near me, personal loan bank, mortgage basics, and credit card merchant account SC.


Member FDIC. While First Bank does not charge for mobile banking, your mobile carrier’s message and data rates may apply. The First Bank Digital Banking Apps are available for select mobile and tablet devices. There is no charge from First Bank, but message and data rates may apply. Must enroll in First Bank Online Banking and download the First Bank Digital Banking App from the App Store or Google Play. Apple, the Apple logo, and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple, Inc. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc. Free ATM network includes First Bank and CashPoints® terminals. Out of network terminal owners may charge a service fee. Eligible personal deposits include checking, savings, Money Market, CD, or IRA. Eligible personal loans do not include residential mortgage loans. Account holders may avoid the Monthly Maintenance Fee by meeting any of the requirements listed in the Keep it Fee Free™ section of the account summary table for their account type. Other account service fees may apply as described in the Account Services Fee Schedule, also available at your local branch. Direct deposit defined as external ACH credit. Transfers from other First Bank accounts or deposits made at a branch do not apply. See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. Free ATM network includes First Bank and CashPoints® terminals. Out of network terminal owners may charge a service fee. Loans subject to credit approval.

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