This Idea Is Game Changing When It Comes To Pocket Money

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This post is sponsored by Spriggy

It’s really important that we teach our kids how to manage money.   We all know if you lack money skills as an adult things can get very stressful very quickly. If you have never heard of Spriggy it’s pretty awesome and worth checking out below.  We are also giving one person the chance to win a forever Spriggy account and 10 other people 12 months free on a new Spriggy account.

What is Spriggy I hear you say?

Spriggy is a mobile app and prepaid card for 8-17 year olds that helps parents and young people manage money together. The Spriggy app allows parents to allocate money to their child’s prepaid Visa card, encourage saving through savings goals and follow their transactions in app. Young people can use their card to make purchases online or in-store, wherever Visa is accepted.

There are now over 110,000 families in Australia using the Spriggy app.

How much does Spriggy cost?

You can try Spriggy for free for a one month trial at no charge and extend that by inviting other friends through their referral program. After that, the cost is $30 per card per year. You can cancel for free at any time. Check out their pricing page for more info.

How does Spriggy help teach money to young people?

Spriggy gives kids responsibility for their own spending and savings decisions. As a parent this helps you teach your kids about money through real world practice by letting them do what comes naturally (spending money and playing on their phones!)

Below we are giving one person the chance to win a forever Spriggy account which means you get the prepaid app and debit card without the $30 yearly fee.  We are also giving 10 other people the chance to win 12 months free on a new Spriggy account.

To find out more about Spriggy you can visit their website here … 

Win 1 x forever Spriggy account OR 10 x 12 months free Spriggy accounts

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Being a mum to 3 kids (one of them full time at home with me) and trying to juggle everything became pretty crazy.

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