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Open a Tracker Kids Savings Club account today: Earn cash for good grades

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Open a Tracker Kids Savings Club account today: Earn cash for good grades

We make learning good money habits fun!

From now until July 31, when you open a new Tracker Kids Savings Club account for your young one at Arsenal Credit Union, we’ll put up to $20.00 into their account for good grades. That’s double the normal incentive!

We’ll also make the initial $5.00 deposit required to become a member for you so your young one can start saving right away.

Learn more about our Tracker Academic All-Stars program here. Report card incentive will be paid within 15 days.

Get a free Tracker plush doll when you open your child’s account

Limit of one Tracker plush doll for each new account opened.  Must make a minimum initial deposit of $25.00 on each account to receive a doll.

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More details about our Tracker Kids Club Savings accounts

A special incentive to save

Prizes galore!

For every $10 deposited into an account, your child receives a stamp in their Tracker stamp book. They can redeem these stamps for cool prizes. From now until July 31, we will triple stamp your child’s first deposit! 

When a club member makes a deposit, they’re entered into a drawing for that month. The winner receives a $10 electronic deposit into their account.

Birthday bonuses

Saving money is sweeter than birthday cake

To make savings even sweeter, club members receive a card in the mail from Tracker with a coupon good for double points for saving their birthday money.

Who can open a Tracker account?

Throw those school dress codes out the window this summer and get to saving!

Kids ages 12 and under can open an account with a parent, grandparent or legal guardian age 18+ as a joint account holder.

Who is Tracker?

Tracker hanging out under the Arch

Our award-winning kids savings club program has a fun-loving mascot, Tracker. He’s a basset hound who makes appearances at school classrooms, parades and other local events. His dance moves are the stuff of legends.

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