Today's Current 6 Month CD Rates
Today's top 10 six month CD rates. The best six month bank CD rates offered nationally. Compare the best six month CD rates from the highest CD rates being offered.
6 Month CD Rates
Bank APY Term Min $ Open
First Internet Bank CD Rates
www.firstib.com
888-873-3424
1.37% 6 Month $1,000.00
Live Oak Bank CD Rates
www.liveoakbank.com
910-790-5867
1.35% 6 Month $75,000.00
Pacific National Bank CDs
www.pnb.com
877-381-3297
1.25% 6 Month $1,000.00
Crestmark Bank CD Rates
www.crestmark.com
855-267-6445
1.25% 6 Month $25,000.00
M.Y. Safra Bank CD Rates
www.mysafra.com
855-697-2372
1.21% 6 Month $5,000.00
Nationwide Bank CD Rates
www.nationwide.com
877-422-6569
1.20% 6 Month $500.00
Virtual Bank CD Rates
www.virtualbank.com
877-998-2265
1.11% 6 Month $10,000.00
Luana Saving Bank
www.luanasavingsbank.com
800-666-2012
1.10% 6 Month $1,000.00
TAB Bank
www.tabbank.com
800-837-4214
1.06% 6 Month $1,000.00
Goldwater Bank CD Rates
www.goldwaterbank.com
480-281-8200
1.05% 6 Month $5,000.00
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