Teaching children the value of money in my experience, is hard work. They don’t really understand where it comes from, how it’s made and why everyone wants it. Surely if you want something from the supermarket you just put it in the trolley and pocket money from the Bank of Mum and Dad will pay for it, right? If only it was that simple. Pigzbe is a new way of doing pocket money. It makes financial education child’s play, helping kids aged 6 plus learn the value of money in a fun and rewarding way.
How Pigzbe works
Everyone knows the concept of the piggy bank, well Pigzbe takes the piggy bank to the 21st century. Pigzbe combines the Pigzbe Piggy Wallet, an educational pocket money app for kids and parents, and their own digital currency, Wollo. Here’s how it all works;
Pigzbe looks like a brilliant way to set your children tasks to complete in a fun way. Children love to see that their positive actions have results and by using the app and the piggy wallet together is a great way for them to learn how to earn their own pocket money. It’s a bright, engaging child-friendly app that doesn’t require a bank account to use it.
Launching this month
Pigzbe is due to launch this month and if you’re in the UK, you can earn £20 worth of free pocket money when you subscribe to the Pigzbe App for one month*. You can even invite friends and family to earn even more (up to £160!) just by spreading the word about Pigzbe and the future of digital money.
*Subscribers will receive free pocket money when they subscribe to the Pigzbe App for at least one month. It’s worth noting that a Pigzbe app subscription is £3.99 a month for up to two children and there’s a free one-month trial to give it a go.
Learn more about Pigzbe, the digital way to do pocket money.