Today's Current 2 Year CD Rates
Today's top 10 2 year CD rates. The best two year bank CD rates offered nationally. Compare the best two year CD rates from the highest CD rates being offered.
2 Year CD Rates
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
Salem Five Direct CD Rates
www.salemfivedirect.com
800-850-5000
1.25% 2 Year $10,000.00
NexBank CD Rates
www.nexbank.com
800-827-4818
1.25% 2 Year $10,000.00
EverBank CD Rates
www.everbank.com
888-882-3837
1.25% 2 Year $1,500.00
CIT Bank CD Rates
www.bankoncit.com
855-462-2652
1.25% 2 Year $25,000.00
GE Capital Bank CD Rates
www.gecapitalbank.com
855-730-7283
1.20% 2 Year $500.00
CalFirst Bank CD Rates
www.calfirst.com
800-735-2465
1.20% 2 Year $5,000.00
Bank5 Connect CD Rates
www.bank5connect.com
855-552-2655
1.20% 2 Year $100.00
Virtual Bank CD Rates
www.virtualbank.com
877-998-2265
1.16% 2 Year $10,000.00
Silvergate Bank CD Rates
www.silvergatebank.com
800-595-5856
1.16% 2 Year $2,500.00
Synchrony Bank CD Rates
www.myoptimizerplus.com
866-226-5638
1.15% 2 Year $25,000.00
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