We recently were told about a new scheme to turn your purchases into cash back for your children’s bank account.

We have been using it for a few weeks now and it really does work. The way it works is that you can get cash back for your online purchases but it is for your kid’s bank account. So you save up the cash back and you can only withdraw it to a kid’s bank account.

You sign up for completely free and when you purchase anything online, you go to their site first and click a link from their website to the likes of Amazon, eBay and even family holidays and then just do your shop as normal and KidStart will within a week put the cash back into your KidStart account. Once it’s built up a bit, you can withdraw it to a children’s bank account.

You can even just register your debit or credit card with them and when you purchase in shops that they are in partnership with, it will automatically add to your KidStart account.

We were a bit sceptical at first (and this is not one of those dodgy YouTube video ads you seem to get all the time now!!) and you are not going to get back £1000’s but it does work and after time it will build up to a little bit extra for your little ones. I just wish we had found out about it before spending huge amounts of cash on Christmas already!!

Just click this link to sign up for free –

Here is a PDF flyer with more information on it as well if you want to take a look at that.

Note: We have only tried this in the UK so unsure whether it will work in other parts of the world, but click the link and give it a try.

We would love to hear back from you on this one, so if you do sign up let us know what you think about it.

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