It’s National Savings Day and Capital One is Giving Away $75,000 For Free
2 minute read | 1/26/18Jan. 26, 2018
October 12th is National Savings Day!
Capital One founded this day to help people, like you and me, feel empowered and confident about our relationship with money.
In an effort to help educate and celebrate saving money, they're committed to helping you understand the basics of saving and how to establish a routine of setting aside money in a top-rated savings account.
They are also giving away $75,000 in cash prizes!
Here’s how to enter:
1. Follow @CapitalOne on Twitter or Instagram Twitter or Instagram Twitter or Instagram
2. Share a photo of something you’ve saved that’s truly special to you (examples below)
3. Tag your photo with #ShareMySave and #Contest
That’s it! You’ll be automatically entered to win weekly cash prizes of $500 or one of their grand prizes of $10,000!
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