Piggy Bank That Helps You Save & Spend

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This might be cool for kids. The Spend Save Bank randomly deposits coins into either the ‘Save’ or ‘Spend’ section. It’d be even better if there was a option to set what percentages you want to split between spend and save, but I guess that would be a lot more complicated than a swiveling tray. Via Gizmodo via bookofjoe.

“Like a slot machine that never loses.” Ha! Here are some more funny piggy banks I’ve ran across.

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  1. This is also $24.50 on Amazon with free shipping. I’m buying one for my nephew’s birthday right now. Let you know how it works.

  2. I always find it interesting how people spend money as much as $50 to save pennies. I challenge folks to find a piggy bank or similar for less than $5. The only one I’ve seen that counts is the plastic one from Ikea. Of course you can do it a lot cheaper like we did in the 70s. Use an empty coffee can with a slit in the plastic lid top to drop the coins in.

  3. Nothing wrong with collecting pennies… ; )

  4. I use an empty Armor All Wipe’s bottle for my pennies πŸ™‚

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