Exclusive Chance to Win $500 with SaveUp For Those Who Pledge to Save

March 8, 2013
By Katie Bryan, America Saves Communications Manager

TODAY, March 8, IS THE LAST DAY to boost your savings with an exclusive $500 savings prize, just for America Saves members! SaveUp is sponsoring this exclusive prize in honor of America Saves Week!

Reward yourself: It’s FREE!

Every time you make a deposit in your own savings account or make an on-time payment on your own loan – you get chances to win real prizes. Plus, because you are part of America Saves, you will automatically earn 100 bonus credits when you sign up.

How to enter to win the exclusive $500 prize and earn 100 bonus credits:

  1. Pledge or Repledge to Save
  2. Once you pledge your confirmation page (and confirmation email) will include the link to Save Up.
  3. Register for a SaveUp account (or login if you already have an account) and look for the America Saves Savings Prize ticket.
  4. Make sure to go to the “Accounts” tab and connect your financial accounts where you save money or pay down debt to get even more credits.
  5. Start playing for great rewards!

It’s that easy. Plus, you can earn even more credits by inviting friends and family to join in the fun.

About America Saves and SaveUp

AmericaSaves is committed to finding innovative ways to help you succeed financially. We have teamed up with SaveUp, a financial rewards program that rewards Americans for saving money and paying down their debts, to provide you a fun and engaging experience while you save for the future.

AmericaSaves is putting the fun back in savings with SaveUp. Give it a try today.

Happy Saving!

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