You are viewing rates across Russellville


Russellville, Arkansas CD Rates – 3-Year 2019

Below are three-year CD Rates from banks in Russellville, Arkansas. Three years is an intermediate term for CDs and as the term increases the yield will generally go up as well. Three year CDs are a popular component of many CD ladders and usually offer a good tradeoff between yield and how long you must keep the money locked in.

Russellville, AR - March 22, 2019

3 Year CD National Average : 1.47% ?

Advertiser Disclosure
BankS APY MIN MILES ?
3.25% $5,000 5474.68
3.03% $1,000 5406.35
2.95% $1,000 5450.30
2.94% $1,000 5430.24
2.94% $500 5420.95
2.93% $1,000 5406.35
2.80% $10,000 5364.59
2.78% $500 5600.80
2.78% $500 5477.18
2.75% $1,000 5362.28
2.70% $1,000 5582.23
2.65% $100,000 5603.00
2.63% $10,000 5427.48
2.63% $100,000 5384.29
2.63% $95,000 5566.47
2.60% $500 5358.19
2.60% $1,000 5603.00
2.58% $100,000 5564.65
2.57% $100,000 5454.73
2.55% $100,000 5576.55
2.53% $500 5448.44
2.52% $1,000 5391.46
2.52% $10,000 5566.47
2.51% $5,000 5556.60
2.50% $1,000 5576.55
2.42% $500 5384.29
2.38% $500 5525.88
2.37% $1,000 5454.73
2.36% $100,000 5393.22
2.35% $1,000 5420.44
2.32% $100,000 5567.51
2.27% $500 5426.90
2.27% $1,000 5503.24
2.26% $1,000 5393.22
2.25% $500 5587.03
2.25% $100,000 5385.53
2.25% $1,000 5372.81
2.22% $10,000 5564.65
2.17% $500 5466.41
2.12% $1,000 5567.51
2.04% $100,000 5376.89
2.02% $500 5391.43
2.02% $500 5502.70
2.02% $500 5427.62
2.02% $100,000 5431.99
2.02% $100,000 5556.60
2.00% $1,000 5385.53
1.96% $500 5403.30
1.91% $1,000 5431.99
1.91% $5,000 5556.60
1.81% $500 5389.81
1.76% $100,000 5376.89
1.71% $1,000 5580.34
1.70% $500 5566.95
1.67% $100,000 5376.89
1.66% $1,000 5376.89
1.61% $100,000 5376.89
1.60% $100,000 5376.89
1.51% $500 5535.72
1.51% $500 5502.70
1.51% $1,000 5366.84
1.50% $500 5530.15
1.41% $1,000 5578.59
1.35% $10,000 5491.89
1.35% $500 5450.18
1.31% $500 5454.88
1.31% $500 5434.11
1.31% $100,000 5364.17
1.30% $1,000 5406.62
1.30% $1 5431.47
1.30% $500 5434.11
1.26% $500 5379.65
1.26% $1,000 5385.78
1.25% $1,000 5493.65
1.19% $500 5568.63
1.16% $500 5364.17
1.15% $1,000 5372.94
1.11% $500 5462.68
1.10% $500 5552.16
1.10% $1,000 5577.97
1.06% $500 5403.99
1.05% $100,000 5477.51
1.05% $1,000 5555.36
1.05% $1,000 5494.09
1.01% $1,000 5533.41
1.00% $500 5559.37
1.00% $500 5477.51
1.00% $1,000 5469.07
1.00% $500 5462.06
1.00% $1,000 5577.97
0.95% $1,000 5555.36
0.90% $1,000 5421.20
0.90% $1,000 5421.54
0.85% $100,000 5454.69
0.85% $1 5431.47
0.85% $500 5466.41
0.85% $500 5450.74
0.80% $500 5412.85
0.80% $1,000 5484.23
0.80% $100,000 5388.04
0.75% $1,000 5426.71
0.75% $10,000 5576.58
0.75% $1,000 5401.00
0.75% $500 5382.92
0.75% $500 5504.58
0.72% $100,000 5364.59
0.70% $1 5454.69
0.70% $500 5388.04
0.70% $10,000 5364.59
0.65% $500 5364.59
0.65% $250 5586.96
0.60% $500 5459.83
0.60% $500 5364.59
0.60% $500 5382.92
0.55% $10,000 5447.97
0.55% $1,000 5458.19
0.50% $10,000 5364.59
0.45% $500 5364.59
0.40% $1,000 5384.62
0.35% $500 5442.84
0.35% $10,000 5568.02
0.35% $10,000 5364.59
0.35% $500 5442.84
0.30% $500 5364.59
0.25% $10,000 5361.45
0.20% $500 5364.59
0.15% $500 5420.99
All rates listed are Annual Percentage Yield (APY). The Min listed is the minimum deposit account balance required to obtain the rate listed.

BestCashCow strives to maintain the most accurate rates. If you believe a rate is not accurate, please let us know.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Three Year CDs - Branch Banks 2019

A three year CD is an intermediate CD, sandwiched between the popular one and five year CD terms. Three year CD generally offer between .30 and .60 percentage points more than a 1 year CD. Currently, their average yield is comparable to the average yield of an online savings account Online savings accounts allow consumers to withdraw money at any time so consumers should consider whether they want to lock their money into a CD when there is little premium versus an online account.

The top 3 year CD rates, as listed on the rate table above, are significantly higher than online or offline savings account rates.

Another factor to consider when opening a 3 year CD is the rate environment. If interest rates are rising, it may not be advisable to lock money away for three years when rates will soon be higher. If rates are falling, and may do so for some time (as they did from 2008 through 2013), then it may make sense to open a 3, 4 or 5 year CD to lock into a higher rate before it drops. To get a sense of where rates might go, check out the BestCashCow rate analysis page.

While conventional wisdom holds that online banks always offer higher rates than branch-based banks, an analysis conducted by BestCashCow in 2012 showed that with longer term CDs (3 years or longer), small community based banks and credit unions can often be just as competitive or not more so. If you prefer to bank in person, then it is possible to get branch service and a high CD rate if you shop around a bit. The tables at the top of this page can provide you the best rates in your area.

All banks listed on BestCashCow are FDIC insured; BestCashCow.com strongly recommends that you stay within FDIC insurance limits and that if you are unsure of how the limits affect you, please visit the FDIC website.

To understand all of the income generating options available to a saver, please view the Income Generating Investments Comparison Chart.

SAVINGS & CD CALCULATOR

Find out how much extra money you can earn by moving your bank money into an account that pays more.

Use or Change these Amounts And Rates

CD Products by State