NatWest Rooster Money and Bikeability
Giving your children some independence and new skills is a great way to prepare them for life, whether that’s through Bikeability cycle training or introducing them to Rooster Money.
At Bikeability we know that helping your kids gain key life skills early on, they find the freedom and confidence to thrive.
A head start with money: NatWest Rooster Money
The Rooster Card is a prepaid debit card for kids aged 6-17. It gives them the independence they want, and the reassurance you need, with a bunch of flexible and helpful features in the app that make managing pocket money a breeze.
With both child and parent log-ins to the Rooster Money app, kids can get hands-on and learn how to spend, save, earn and give. Parents and guardians can follow their progress and get notifications when the card is used – as well as handy top up reminders. Built for busy family life, Rooster Money is bound to become an essential part of your family’s day-to-day.
With the Rooster Card you can:
- Make considered spending choices with a contactless card either online or at the shops
- Monitor where & when your kids spend with real time notifications
- Feel safe with our cutting edge security features
- Teach your kids all about earning, as you can set them chores on the app
- Only spend what’s available in their account
- Get family and friends involved – your Parent Account comes with its own sort code and account number so loved ones can easily contribute to your child’s savings
The Rooster Card costs £19.99 a year, or you can choose to pay £1.99 monthly. Plus, you’ll get a free one month subscription to get you started. Parents or guardians must be 18+ and a UK resident. Subscription fees apply via auto renewal after the first month’s trial has ended. Other fees may apply. T&C’s apply.
If you’re a NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland or Ulster customer, you could get the Rooster Card subscription free. To be eligible for the offer you must be 18+, have mobile or online banking and with child(ren) aged 6-17, available for up to 3 free Rooster Card subscriptions per household. Other fees may apply. T&C’s apply
The Rooster Card is issued by NatWest Bank Plc pursuant to a license from Visa Europe. Rooster Terms & Conditions.
Help them get a handle on money
If your child isn’t ready for the Rooster Card, there are a bunch of free features for kids, such as a Star Chart or Virtual Pocket Money Tracker through the app.
Join the hundreds of thousands of families Rooster Money already help every month and together we can give kids a head start with money.
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