OptionsHouse Promotion Codes

By on September 20, 2016


Current OptionsHouse Promotions:

1) Get Up To 100 Commission-Free Trades When You Open and Fund an Account at OptionsHouse (Click to redeem this offer)

2) Open and Fund a New Account Today and Get 60 Days of Commission-Free Trades! (Click to redeem this offer)

For any additional OptionsHouse promotions click here.

About OptionsHouse:

OptionsHouse is one of the largest trading firms in the United States and was founded in 2005 by PEAK6 Investments, L.P. The discount brokerage was created with the simple objective of providing non-professional traders with the technologies and services to trade. OptionsHouse is headquartered in Chicago in the historic Board of Trade Building and the team is dedicated to providing traders with the knowledge and tools at a reasonable price.

OptionsHouse is highly ranked by Barron’s (financial magazine) for having competitively low prices, a quick and speedy platform, as well as their premium products available. The trading platform at Optionshouse is also highly ranked as it features a unique “trade center” that allows traders to make trades quickly without changing screens.

Currently, the rates for OptionsHouse are as follows:

  • Stocks: $4.95 Flat Rate
  • Options: Up to 5 for $5 – $1/Contract over 5 or $8.50 + .15/Contract
  • Spreads: Up to 10 for $10 – $1/Contract over 10 or $12.50 + .15/Contract

The rates are structured specifically to benefit active traders. So, if you are an active online trader, check out our current offers and get the best promotions for starting an Optionshouse account.

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TradeStation (1 active promotion)
ETRADE (2 active promotions)
Questrade (1 active promotion)
Firstrade (1 active promotion)
SureTrader (2 active promotions)

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Russell Kith grew up in small town Wisconsin, the youngest of 4 boys. Having devoted most of his adolescent years to troublemaking, he left home at 18 and roamed across the world taking a variety of jobs he declines to specify. These days, you can find him writing about personal finance on the web. You can follow Russell on Google+ or Twitter.

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