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Money Savvy Pig Bank: review and giveaway

Comment to enter for your own Money Savvy Pig Bank! One winner will be drawn after March 5th from

*This giveaway is now CLOSED. selected comment #48 (Jodi D). Congrats!

I recently received an email from the folks over at Money Savvy Generation. After agreeing to review the Money Savvy Pig Bank, a blue plastic piggy bank was shipped to my home. I opened the box and had to laugh. My husband wanted to know why I was laughing. I told him: A few months ago I saw this product online. I loved it and went all the way through the steps to order one. Something stopped me. Right before hitting the ‘pay’ button I stopped short. I didn’t know why – just a feeling I had. And now…here we are, getting one for review.”

Hmm… :-) I love those moments.

That should tell you, then – even before seeing the product in person, I had already wanted one for my kids. So yes – I love it.

The pig contains four slots:

  • Save
  • Spend
  • Donate
  • Invest

I can still remember (way back when) my folks having one of those plastic bread boxes in our kitchen to collect our change for charity. I do not believe those bread boxes are still around today but the idea of charity is most certainly still alive and well. My husband and I both want to raise our children to be givers.

We also want our kids to learn the importance of investing, of saving and of course…to enjoy the rewards of spending wisely.

This little piggy teaches all four concepts :-) Included with each purchase are numerous stickers that indicate what the money is going to be used for. There are also several blank stickers so the child can draw a picture of what he/she is saving for, etc.

Consumers may also wish to learn about the Money Savvy books that can be used along with the Money Savvy Pig Bank: Volume 1 & 2 | Volume 3 & 4.

Okay. You totally know you want one. Go ahead and comment.

**(This would make a great classroom item, too – to teach your students the value of money management!)

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62 Responses to “Money Savvy Pig Bank: review and giveaway”

  1. Joanne Vanderheite says:

    Would Love to win this for my little one…!

  2. Sherri-Lee says:

    I have 3 cups for each kid. Save, charity and spending. Been doing that all along with them. They decide the amounts split out but love the idea of teaching them about money this way. And that piggy is WAY cuter than my plastic IKEA cups!:)

    Pick me:)



  3. Suzanne says:

    What a great way to teach them there is more to money than just spending it on that new “hot” toy that will be forgotten in just weeks

  4. Carla Pullum says:

    I love this waht a great way to teach my girls about money!

  5. Deanna says:

    The Money Savvy Pig Bank is such a wonderful was to teach young children what they should do with there money. I love the piggy bank, and would be delighted to win one for my little one. This would definitely set her on the right track to being money savvy!!

  6. Whitney says:

    I love these! It is perfect way for kids to understand how they should use their money.

  7. Barbara S says:

    I let my kids go through my purse on a regular basis to clean out all of the change sitting on the bottom and in the pockets. They get to keep the change for themselves so this bank would be a great way for them to begin to understand money and at the same time, save it for a future purchase.

    Love it. Please enter me in the giveaway.

  8. Fallon Hampton says:

    I would definitely love one. At the moment we are using a tackle box to teach our son to save spend etc. I would love this

  9. mischelle says:

    great way to save money it loks fun

  10. Thanks for linking to my book reviews! I love the piggy bank, too, but currently have no use for it, other than perhaps myself! lol

    And gotta love those moments of perceptive instincts! :-D

  11. **Nicole** says:

    As someone who worked for a financial investing company I LOVE this :D

  12. Leah says:

    This is just perfect for teaching our boys about saving money! Thank you for sharing.

  13. lorena f says:

    great way to save money for the little ones

  14. Ale Oliver says:

    Perfect for my (2) 8 yr olds & 12 yr old!! Thx so much for the chance;):)

  15. Jennifer Bower says:

    Perfect for my new baby!!

  16. MariLee says:

    Very Cool!!

    I love this! Larry Burkett had something like this a while back and I’ve always wanted something similar for my son! ;-)

  17. Megan says:

    This is fantastic, I love the idea and I hope to aquire one soon so I can start teaching this valuable lesson to my kiddos!

  18. Barbie Berry says:

    What a great idea:) We have containers for our kids to save money for field trips and vacation!

  19. Blanche Wymore says:

    Oh man! My little girl would LOVE this!

  20. Elizabeth Ainsworth says:

    What a fantastic idea!

  21. Julianne mott says:

    My teenagers could certainly us this!!!

  22. jessica says:

    My kids would love this.
    I blogged about your giveaway

  23. jennifer says:

    I love this! What a simple and creative way to show where all your money goes! This looks like a great tool for my kids to start learning young!

  24. Matt says:

    I am trying to instill good stewardship of the money God’s given us into my son! This would be a great way to help out with that!

  25. Molomatic says:

    What a great way to teach kids about money! I would love to win this for my daughter, thanks!

  26. Ooh. I like the idea! We always give 10% of ‘unexpected money’ and about 5% of ‘expected money’ to charity (we are working up to 10%). I look forward to passing that along to my children

  27. Phrannie says:

    my kid could really use this! he keeps finding change that daddy drops on the ground, and it would be a great place to put it in. plus then daddy could see all the moolah he’s just tossing around…. and then it’s no longer his. muahahahahaaa!!! that’s my altruistic evil plan, anyhow…

  28. Amber Young says:

    I totally love this. We have a bunch of separate little jars. I never thought to find one things I could put it all into like this. Very cool.

  29. Terri says:

    This would be great way to teach my toddler about money!

  30. Beth C says:

    Oh, this is a great idea! Such a cute little pig. Please enter me. Thanks.

  31. Beth says:

    Love it! Looking forward to teaching my little ones about saving! This would make all that even more fun! :)

  32. Linda Kish says:

    This is a great way to teach kids to save and spend within reason.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  33. Angie says:

    I would love to win one of these for my girls!

  34. Eric says:

    this would be great for my daughter

  35. Susan Margaret says:

    Right now we have no system in place and I’d love for my girls to learn the importance of budgeting so I would like this for them!

    charmtime at gmail dot com

  36. Terra Heck says:

    This would be great for my youngest daughter in helping her with money. Thanks.

  37. Lyn says:

    I think this is such a great idea! I would love one of these for my little man.

  38. SHANNON says:

    i would LOVE this for my son!

  39. Modesty L. says:

    Please enter me.
    I would love to win this for my little sister.

  40. Hope L says:

    I’d love to get this for my little sister!!

  41. Samantha Leggo says:

    I would love to win this for my boys…Would really help out….thanks

  42. Marci says:

    I would love to win this piggy bank for my kids. Thanks for the chance!

  43. Erica G says:

    I would love to have one for my daughter.

  44. Ann Williams says:

    My oldest daughter received one of these and they are awesome! I’d love to win one for my younger daughter now. Thanks for the post!

  45. Monica Lavoie says:

    What a great idea, would love one for my little girl!

  46. Stephanie says:

    I do want one for my boys, very cute idea :)

  47. Darcie K says:

    This would be perfect for my daughter!!!

  48. jodi d says:

    would love this for my 2 yr old daughter!

  49. Anita Yancey says:

    This pig is so cute. I love the idea and would like to teach it to my daughter. Please enter me. Thanks!

  50. Lisa R says:

    My daughter collects piggy banks and they are just pig piggy banks so this one would be cool…oink
    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  51. phxbne says:

    would love this for my daughter

  52. DanielleJ says:

    I use to have a bank something like this when I was little. This would be great for my daughter!

  53. I love this – especially since it’s see through.

  54. Lisa says:

    I wish I’d had one of these when I was a kid. I’d have saved more! It’s never to late to teach our kids. Our 7 year old will love it!

  55. jeanine says:

    i am a kid and when ever i see the money savy pig i think of the ways it can help me save money.i am a quick sppender but once i get the money savvy pig i will learn not to spend my money the first minute i get would also mean alot to me because whenever i go to a store i ask about the money savvy pig and they told me they dont have it.s i have been searching everywhere for them. it would mean so much to me if i won because i would finally be better with saving,spending,donating,and investing with my money. so if you pick me i will be a better person with money . thank you and this would mean so much if i won.and lastly thank you for your time

  56. Jeanine: This giveaway ended in March of 2010 :-) Thanks for the comment, though!!

  57. jeanine says:

    thanks shara who won

  58. jeanine says:

    do you know any other giveaway for this product and do you think that if i entered in march i would have won

  59. Jeanine: I can’t recall who won. It was long ago. However, I did email Money Savvy to find out if they can remember!! Perhaps they remember who won it.

    This giveaway was more than a year ago now and I get hundreds or emails a day – I try to keep up with things as best I can :-)

    We had over 50 people enter for this bank and I use to choose my winners. So they are always randomly chosen. I never pick a winner on my own. So your chance of winning would have been as good as any, eh?

  60. jeanine says:

    thank you , and please leave a comment telling me about any other give aways for this product

  61. I don’t know if anyone else is giving this away, my dear. However, you can write to them asking if more bloggers are giving their product away! (this is the page where you will find their email)

    You could also make your own piggy bank out of tin cans or coffee containers. Decorate the outside and mark each one with “save” and “spend” etc. Cut a slit in the top for the money to drop through. I make piggy banks with my kids, too!

  62. admin says:

    Jeanine: We went back to find the winner. It was Jodi D!

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