If you’re at all typical, your waistline might have increased over Christmas while your bank account is probably looking decidedly skinny. Tidy Bingo have a marvellous way to restore some balance to the situation by reviving saving clubs. And the time is just right to start salting away the pennies for Christmas 2015. This fantastically original idea is another example of Tidy crowd-sourcing ideas. Or to put it simply, they listen to their players!
Players in the Tidy Cupboard, the site’s exclusive Tuesday night room, open from 7pm to 11pm, were discussing the cost of Christmas. Tidy Bingo’s owners took note, and so Tidy Savers is launched.
Savings schemes used to be a regular part of Christmas – turkey clubs were very popular. While the increase in access to credit cards has challenged them in recent years, worries about debt are seeing them making something of a comeback. Top marks to Tidy for supporting saving. The scheme will convert loyalty point wins into savings, paying out just in time for next Christmas. The saving option is only on offer in the Tidy Cupboard, where players who win chat games will be offered a choice to “bank” or “take” their prizes. Banked prizes will be halved in value and added to your Tidy Savers account. Tidy’s loyalty points cash in at 1,000 to the pound.
The plan is to pay out from the saving scheme on 24th November, 2015. The accounts will be redeemed as Love2Shop vouchers. These popular vouchers can be spent at more than 20,000 UK stores including all the big high street names. Tidy did some sums and reckoned that an average player could expect to tuck away around £30 in six months playing – and remember the Tidy Cupboard only opens on Tuesdays.
You must be a depositing Tidy player to take part, and the scheme started yesterday, in the last Tidy Cupboard session of 2014 – you can expect that to be a riot in any case! Sign up with Tidy now and you’ll be welcomed aboard with a 200% welcome bonus on your first deposit – not many banks do that.