Want to know how much you could pocket in 3, 6, 9 or 12 months? We knew you would. Find out how many pounds you could be sitting on after 365 days of Chip.
A lot can happen in 365 days. Heck, a lot can happen in 36 minutes.
You could meet the love of your life in a fleeting moment in a bookshop (can you tell I’ve been binge watching 'You'?), jump out of an airplane or cut all your hair off - probably all three if you’re time efficient.
While your yearly projection may include learning French or reading more non fiction, we’ve come to tempt you with one more 2020 resolution: Save. Your. Money.
To date, the average Chip autosave (amount we squirrel away for users every four days) is £20.21, so we’ve put our mental math, who are we kidding, calculators to good use to show you just how juicy your balance could look if you harness the power of Chip autosaves today.
Based on approximately 22 autosaves made in 90 days, you could save £444.
Four-hundred-and-forty-four-pounds. No, you don’t need to go to Specsavers. You read that right.
If you’re one of the lucky buggers that scored a ticket to Glastobury this year, you could have your ticket paid for by the deadline in April. For the rest of us, read: Stuff you can spend £400 on if you didn’t go to Glastonbury.
Based on around 45 saves in 180 days, you could pocket approximately £909.
If your wanderlust levels have reached an alarming level since returning to work, but your current bank balance is a modern day tragedy, we got you.
You could comfortably fly to the other side of the world with money to spare on some cool airport knick-knacks.
Get inspiration for your next holiday goal in the Chip app with Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2020 list and start writing up that leave request y’all.
Second to growing a foetus, growing your Chip balance is the next best thing you could achieve in nine months.
Based on around 67 saves in 270 days, you could end up with £1354.
Whether you’re expecting a new baby or a new laptop, want to make headway on your wedding fund, or unashamedly buy a really expensive pair of shoes, treat yo self.
If you hit all 91 saves this year, you could have a staggering £1839 in your Chip balance. Get the Moet out, we know you can afford it now.
If you’ve always considered yourself hot garbage at putting away a fraction of your pay, this is your fresh start. 2020 can be the year you get out of your own way.
Can you imagine (close your eyes, really envisage it), how much you could kick off 2021 with if you then peppered in a few manual saves, too? Sheesh.
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*Note: these calculations are based on average save every four days and are rounded to the nearest whole number. Balance may vary for each individual user.
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Remember your Capital is at Risk and past performance is not a reliable guide to future returns. The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you might get back less than you originally invested.