Over the next few weeks, Cricket will be bringing you ideas and inspiration to help you save, budget, invest, and see how much you can actually do with your money. And it all starts with our exciting collaboration with Acorns.
At Cricket, we’re all about helping you stress less and smile more. That’s why we’re working with Acorns to make it easier to put money away for what matters to you most. Acorns is a popular investing app that makes it easy to invest every day. It’s fun, secure, and automatic, and can really make a difference.
And we’ll help get you started—with $20* on us.
Visit acorns.com/cricket to learn how to get your Acorns subscription at $0/month for the first year. And once you complete your signup, we’ll add a $20 investment to your Acorns Invest Account. Terms and conditions apply.
Because with the right tools, information, and inspiration, you can start investing in yourself towards your financial future goals – let’s do this!
*After 12 months, your subscription will automatically renew at your chosen monthly rate (currently min. $3/mo.) unless you cancel. Req’s min. $30 Cricket purchase and new Acorns account with $5 investment, then bonus applied w/in 60 days. Add’l fees, usage & restr’s apply. See details below. Non-client endorsement. Indirect compensation provides an incentive for Cricket to positively endorse Acorns. Additional important disclosures at (https://get.acorns.com/cricket/).
Millions of people use the Acorns app to easily invest spare change every day! Sign up in minutes and try Round-Ups, where your purchases get rounded up to the next dollar, and Acorns invests your change automatically. Then, check out all of the other ways they help you invest easily in the background of life.
Haley breaks down the basics—while breaking the myth that investing is hard, or you have to be rich to do it.
Have you ever thought about what you would do if you came into a big chunk of cash? Pay off debt? Save or invest it? Cruise the Caribbean?
Experts say while paying off debt is important, so are saving and investing. Also, don’t forget that doing something for yourself—whether it’s that vacation or furthering your education—is an important of part of any budget, however big or small.
Disclaimer: Acorns and Cricket are not providing you personalized financial advice. If you have questions about budgeting or debt repayment, please consult a financial expert.
Become an investor today—and it can help build for tomorrow.
Let’s get started—
with spare change.