Right now, 1611 people are using Chip to save for their wedding.
On average, Chip users save around £1825 to go towards their cake fund, hen do’s, honeymoon or venue deposit, with some putting aside as much as £5000 without noticing.In just 365 days with Chip, you could save around £1839 without doing a thing. Nada.
After the hype of your engagement fades, and planning comes into motion, it can be confronting to realise just how many things…cost money.
That neon sign you had Pinterested costs as much as your home loan, and your dream dress comes in higher than last year’s salary.
Amidst the stress of wedding planning, let Chip handle budget.
1. Low on time? Automatic saves require zero of it
Every few days, Chip’s AI will analyse how much (or little) you’ve been spending and move a tailored amount into your Chip account. Nope, you don’t need to do a thing.
The morning your save is due to be moved, we’ll send you a notification, allowing you to increase the amount if you’re feeling determined, or turn it down a notch if it’s too spicy this time around.
2. Organise your budget with separate goals
Hens, cake, dress, honeymoon.
Create multiple goals at a time, set time frames, £ values and even allocate how much from (%) each autosave you want in each goal.
3. Save before you spend
If you can’t see the money you can’t spend it, right?
Payday Put Away is Chip’s newest feature allowing you to set up an automated deposit to your Chip balance the day you get paid.
Just select your pay date, the amount you want moved and we’ll do the rest before you get tempted to buy three back-ups outfits for the big day.
You can alwasy withdraw when you need.
4. Got some spare change at the end of the month?
Make a manual save.
Whenever you feel like topping up your goal, use Chip’s manual save option to make a direct deposit
Remember this wedding?
Chip saver, Emma, used Chip to save for her elopement in Emerald Lake, Colorado last year.
My partner and I have been using Chip for a while, but for just under a year we have been putting money away for our elopement and road trip in America. So, we booked in January and managed to keep it a secret from our friends and family until our date in October.
We were away for just under three weeks in total, and seven days of driving from town to town on the road trip.
To develop a healthy amount of jealousy, read Emma's full wedding story here.
There we have it. Chip makes it statistically one billion times easier to save for your wedding. You might even consider getting down on one knee for them instead.