Money saving shade challenge UK

Amy and I are so excited to tell you that we are bringing to the UK the latest money saving trend in the Philippines.

As you know, I’m from the Philippines and a big fan of watching filipino programmes including one that’s called ( kapuso Jessica soho ). I watch Filipinos videos through YouTube and I saw this latest trend of money savings in the Philippines. I thought we can start this in the uk, using a GB£ version.



*Although the save and shade challenge in the Philippines helped some people start a business by selling the tin with the printed money shade design, however we don’t intend to make a profit out of it here in the uk. We just want to bring the idea here and share with you the edited copy that we did so that you can print it off by yourself and stick it to a money saving tin that you can buy cheap from Poundland. Please note that the original copy was courtesy of Peso sense ipon challeng

The idea is to fill in the shaded boxes every time you save and everything has been calculated already so you know how much money you will be saving after finishing the challenge. You can DIY your own money saving tin by printing off the graph and stick it to a tin which you can easily buy from Poundland.You can print this size to fit a Poundland tin.

We are going to give away the first ever money saving shade tin that we already made for the lucky winner so come and join our competition.

In order to win a tin all ready printed and raring to go, so you can start saving, please enter via rafflecopter below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway



*terms and conditions. Open to uk residents only. Will run from midnight on the 2/3/2018 until midnight on the 31/3/2018. Eps and amy hold no responsibility for items lost in the post and we withhold the option to edit or amend the competition at any time.

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44 Comments

  1. This is a great idea and something that makes saving fun. Good way to teach children how money can add up quite quickly

  2. I absolutley love this idea and it really does make complete sense. Abd a fun way to involve kids into saving.

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