Del-One’s WINcentive Program Launched


Del-One Federal Credit Union is excited to partner with the Minnesota Credit Union Network (MnCUN) to offer the WINcentive® Savings program to Del-One members. WINcentive Savings is a prize-linked savings account that offers the chance to win cash prizes. It requires only $5 to open the account, and allows unlimited deposits during the 12-month savings period. Every $25 saved earns Del-One members one entry into cash prize drawings ranging from $50 to $1,000. As members make deposits, they increase their chances of winning monthly, quarterly and annual cash drawings, while watching their balance grow!

Dion Williams, Del-One President and CEO, is excited that Del-One will be the first financial institution in Delaware to offer the program. The WINcentive Savings account helps members improve their saving habits by making savings fun and exciting with a chance to win cash. And the more they save, the more chances they have to win!

“MnCUN is pleased with the success we have seen with WINcentive Savings in Minnesota, and are excited to support another credit union in administering the prize-linked savings program,” said John Ferstl, Vice President of the Minnesota Credit Union Network Service Corporation.

Del-One Federal Credit Union is $440 million in assets with 10 full service branch locations throughout Delaware and over 59,000 members. Del-One has been recognized as a Top Workplace and Delaware’s Best Credit Union for the past six years.

The Minnesota Credit Union Network is the statewide trade association that works to ensure the success, growth and vitality of Minnesota credit unions. WINcentive Savings a copyright of the Minnesota Credit Union Network. All rights reserved. For more information, visit

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