optionsXpress Promo Code 2015

optionsXpress currently has three promotions (see optionsXpress review), but their primary bonus offer is getting 50 free trades when you sign up. As their name implies, they are focused more on the advanced trader.

Once again in 2015, optionsXpress was rated 4 out of 5 stars by Barron’s as the best for options traders and 4 out of 5 stars for best with international traders. However, from the Smart Money’s 2011 broker survey, they were rated the worst in commission and fees. OptionsXpress was bought by Charles Schwab in 2011 but still retains the name as a separate brand.

For any of the offers listed, no promo code is needed. Just click on the selected button and sign up. For terms and conditions on each offer, please visit the respective URLs.

  1. optionsXpress 50 Free Trades Promotion (Most Popular)
  2. optionsXpress $150 Amazon Gift Card
  3. optionsXpress Free Practice Trading Account

optionsXpress 50 Free Trades

Get up to fifty free trades from optionsXpress when opening an account with them. This offer is worth up to $750. To get in on this offer, you must deposit or transfer at least $5,000. See their website for more details.


optionsXpress $150 Amazon Gift Card

Get an Amazon gift card when signing up to optionsXpress. To qualify, make a deposit of $1,000 or more into a new optionsXpress account, and place 10 or more trades within the first 90 days. optionsXpress will then give you a $150 Amazon.com gift card.

To qualify for the promotion, you must click on the link at the bottom right of the optionsXpress home page.


optionsXpress Free Practice Trading Account

Sign up with optionsXpress at no cost to you to test out your trading skills. If you are just starting, why risk using real money to test out your skills? Once your account is open, they will give you $25,000 in virtual money to trade. Test your strategies and ideas to see how they work under actual market conditions with basic and advanced options tools. It’s also a great way to test out their tools before depositing any money.