Perhaps you already have forgotten about your New Year’s resolutions?
Pockit can help you manage and be savvy about your money. Here are 5 practical tips on how Pockit can help you sort out your money life - so you can stress less about your finances and enjoy living your own life more in 2024:
1. Use the Pockit app to keep track of your money
With the Pockit app is super easy to keep track of money coming in and out of your account, you can check your balance on the go and get spend notifications every time money goes out of your account.
The Pockit app will give you instant notifications when you spend money in a shop, pay a bill or get paid, so you can keep track without any extra maths or spreadsheets.
You can have wages and benefits paid into your Pockit account. All you need to do is give your sort code and account number to your employer and anyone else you want to pay you. For benefit payments, all it takes is one call to the DWP to update your account details.
2. Earn cashback on everyday spending
If you are not earning cashback with your Pockit account you are missing out on getting some extra cash on your groceries, clothes and household items.
Plus, if you signup for Pockit Extra you get an extra 1% cashback on all your spend (Terms apply), which includes money you spend on your bills and subscriptions.
3. A card for everyone
If you want an easier way to split bills and buy groceries with flatmates, or have a child who needs money for lunch at school and to get home each day, an additional card could be an easy solution for you.
You can add up to 3 extra cards to your account, for friends, family or your children. Each card has its own separate balance, or can be linked directly to your main account.
This makes it easy to share costs with other people, or give your child money for school, while still keeping track of all your spending in one place with the Pockit app.
👉 Get an additional card
4. Save on your bills and mobile
Did you know that Pockit can help you save a lot of money on your broadband, tv, phone and mobile bills?
How much money could you save?
Ofcom found that many homes across the country could save up to £150/year by switching their broadband company. Citizens Advice found that many could save up to £264 by getting a better deal on their mobile.
5. Get an income advance whenever you need it
Whether you’ve been hit with an unexpected expense and payday feels ages away, or you just need some extra cash, we’ve got you.
With income advance, you could get £50 cash advance before your payday paid directly into your Pockit account with 0% interest, only a flat fee of £3.99 and no credit checks (eligibility criteria apply).
👉 Learn more about income advance
And that’s it, 5 ways Pockit makes your money, simple.
Now all you need to do is figure out what you want your New Year’s resolution to be, knowing your Pockit account is there to help you achieve it!
The Pockit Card is issued by PSI-Pay Ltd pursuant to a license by Mastercard® International Inc. Funds held within the Pockit account are issued by PSI-Pay Ltd , authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom under the Electronic Money Regulations 2011 (FRN 900011) for the issuing of electronic money. Access to payments including FPS, BACS, CHAPS and Direct Debits and associated electronic money accounts are provided by Modulr FS Limited, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for issuance of electronic money (FRN 900573). Funds are not protected under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme however are at all times safeguarded within segregated accounts in accordance with the provisions of the Electronic Money Regulations 2011.