It’s very hard to save money and furthermore decide what exactly it is you’re saving for. Let the 50/50 Savings Bank take the decision making part out of the equation and allow you to concentrate on racking up your dough.
We are blessed and plagued with the multitude of choices we have in life. How would you like your steak cooked and with what kind of sides? What do you want to be when you grow up? To make things easier, sometimes you have to narrow decisions down to the two best items, which is what the 50/50 bank facilitates for you.
50/50 Savings Bank
- Saving for good or evil? Let fate decide!
- Pachinko-style coin bank lets you decide what two things to save for
- 2 separate coin compartments, one for something responsible and one for something fun
- Dry erase marker included
- Size: 7″ x 10-1/2″ x 3-1/2″ (17.5 cm x 26 cm x 9 cm)
Sometimes you have to pay your dues, but other times you need to set some cash aside for guilty pleasures. This bank encourages you to do both. Granted, you won’t quickly make your goals of buying a motorcycle or paying for college by depositing quarters into this bank. More realistically, you could maybe pay off a parking ticket, save for a charity, or afford your Starbucks habit with the 50/50. And people just love when you pay with a big stash of coins.
In any case, the dry erase marker and wipe-off panels let you choose which two things you’d like to see your savings go towards. When the compartments are full it’s time to cash out, count up your savings and spend it.
Much like the style of my all-time favorite game “Plinko” on “The Price Is Right,” you drop the coin at the top and it cascades along the random pegs that eventually lead it to one savings compartment or the other. It’s a strangely mesmerizing game of chance.