Rewards

Real-life Rewards

As much as kids love games, they love real-world rewards too! Parents and teachers are able to control what rewards are provided, both "freebies" and "goodies."

  • Freebies are rewards such as staying up late or a weekend without chores.
  • Goodies are actual items and gadgets, like a t-shirt. Cash is another goodie, which can be given in the form of a deposit in your kid's new savings account.

After you complete MoneyIsland by saving Stone Broke...that's when you can really save! That's because real-life rewards are built into MoneyIsland. You'll receive a free MoneyIsland t-shirt, and if you don't have a First American Savings Account, you can open one. You'll get a free piggy bank, and we'll get your savings started by letting you "Scoop the Loot" from a bucketful of money!

You can even get your family into the act! Tell your parent/grandparent to open a Free Checking account and we'll give both of you $25 once they've met the simple qualifications.*

An electronic reward certificate is generated when you finish MoneyIsland. Simply bring that certificate to any First American Bank branch to claim your reward!

 

 

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Note: One rewards redemption per child. Must go to a branch to receive rewards. We are not able to fulfill redemption through the drive through.

*To qualify: Parent/grandparent must be a new customer to First American Bank and have not had an account within the last 6 months. Account opening subject to approval. New accounts must be open for 62 days before both the child and the parent/grandparent will receive the $25 bonus. The parent/grandparent must perform the following requirements: 10 deposit/withdrawal transactions are made within the second statement cycle. Requires normal account activity including paying bills and normal deposit activity. Only one bonus per parent/grandparent account. Minimum deposit to open $100. Terms & conditions may change at any time. See account agreement for full account details. Bonus amounts will be reported to the IRS. See banker for details. Member FDIC

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