Chip now has over 400,000 savers and we've got here with people like you recommending Chip to their friends.
You’ve probably seen a few of our competitions that gave you the chance to give your friends money for signing up to Chip. But we wanted to make sure our loyal savers are also rewarded for inviting a friend to Chip too.
So we’re delighted to announce that our new referral feature is now live, we know you’ll love it. Read more here.
You can invite as many friends to Chip as you like. After they start saving with Chip, you get £10 each. It’s easy. It’s free money.
For the returns hungry: that’s the equivalent of a 1% return for every £1,000 you have in savings… or 0.1% for every £10,000, or 0.3829% for every £2,611 (we thought we’d do one hard one).
Find friends who need Chip in their life. Wait for a lull in the pub. Slide into an old colleague’s DMs. Stand on a street corner and shout about it. Whatever works for you.
Our customers inviting friends to Chip has always been a big part of Chip.
We believe your bank's savings accounts are just not good enough, which is why we're on a mission to create the best savings account in the world, helping millions of customers make the most of their savings.
You could be the person to help make that happen.
We're community powered and since the early days of Chip, our users referring their friends to use an app they genuinely love has put us where we are today.
The money for our referral feature comes from our advertising budget and we think it's an excellent return on investment to be able to give directly it to our loyal customers, rather than spending all of it just with Google/Facebook.
It both rewards you, and helps bring your friend onboard too.
Of course, the real reward will come when your friend sees how much money they've saved with Chip and thanks you profusely at every opportunity, but until then enjoy a free £10.
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.