There is no greater feeling than doing something good for your child. That’s why we’ve joined forces with our friends at KidStart to give you the chance to save money towards their future, every time you shop.
What is KidStart?
KidStart is a clever way to save when you shop.
It’s a free shopping club for parents, grandparents, family and friends to save for their children.
KidStart works with loads of big retailers like Asda, Tesco, Boots, Debenhams, Ebay, Mothercare, John Lewis and hundreds more. Whenever you shop for your essentials through KidStart, you’ll earn cashback that automatically gets transferred to your child’s savings account.
So every time you shop – whether you’re buying food, clothes, books, toys, furniture, or pretty much anything – you’ll be saving money for your kids’ future at the same time.
Benefits of KidStart
- It’s completely FREE to join
- Save £££’s each year through exclusive offers
- Partnered with 100’s of well-known retailers – from Asda to John Lewis
- Save into any child trust fund, most junior ISA or any bank/building society
- KidStart savings never expire
- Authorised by the FCA
- Save up to 15% of what you spend
- You can invite other family members to save for your children too
What do KidStart members have to say?
Hi I’m Laura, aged 30, mummy to Garner aged 5 and Elijah aged 2. I live in Hampshire with my partner Lee.
I first heard about KidStart when I was signing up to Sky. I was looking for ways of saving money and happened to stumble across KidStart who were offering an excellent cashback opportunity to new Sky customers. I read through the details and thought it would be a great way of saving some money for the kids with no extra hassle.
I’m quite new to KidStart but have already banked about £40 of savings. I think I will be a more regular customer to KidStart now they are offering savings on Waitrose groceries too.
So far I have saved with Sky, Dunelm Mill and Graze!
My top tips for new member would be that anytime you think of buying online check out the list of KidStart retailers first as there are hundreds to choose from and you could save £’s. It’s easy to sign up and you could even get Aunties, Uncles and Grandparents to save for your kids too!
Hi I‘m Nicki. I have a 14 month old daughter call Maddie who is looked after by my mum (Gran) as I work full time. I live in Surrey with my husband Paul and our deaf cat called MP.
When I fell pregnant with Maddie, my friend told me about KidStart and I registered straight away. Our parents are also registered and when they shop online they use KidStart and save for Maddie which is great. I’ve also got it on my Facebook account!
It’s been 18 months since I registered and Maddie has received over £210 into her bank account which is great for her future and helps us as parents. Every little amount helps!
The KidStart retailers we use the most are Next, M&S, Mothercare, Homebase (just moved house so we’re decorating) and Ebay.
Before I order anything online we check with KidStart first to see if the company are on the list. I did our RAC membership through KidStart and not only got a saving for Maddie’s account but a saving for our membership too.
Next on my list is our gas and electric. I am pleased that Waitrose have joined KidStart too.
I’d recommend for other members to check KidStart every time you buy anything. I did all of my Christmas shopping via KidStart and I am constantly logging in into my account, so just think of all the savings you will get!
Sound interesting? Sign up for FREE today