Promo Codes on Stash
Have a promotional (promo) code to add to your Stash account? Here’s how to do it:
On the app:
- Login to your Stash account.
- Tap your initials (iOS) or hamburger icon (Android) in the upper-left corner.
- Tap Promotions.
- Enter your promo code, then tap Add.
On the web:
- Login to the Stash website.
- Click your name in the upper-right corner.
- Click Enter promo code.
- Follow the prompts to enter your promo code.
It can take up to five business days for promo funds to be credited to your account. If you don’t see the correct amount listed in your Portfolio Cash after the sixth business day, please get in touch with Support here and include the specific promotion in your message, as each promotion is subject to its own specific Terms & Conditions.
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