Round Up Savings

The digital change jar to help you save!

A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

As we have moved more towards debit and credit cards versus cash for day to day spending, the concept of the change jar is slowly become a thing of the past. If you ever kept one, you know how those nickels, dimes, and quarters could add up! Remember the feeling of cashing them in for a milestone purchase? Or bringing them to the bank to deposit into your savings?

While we don’t see quite as many change jars as we used to, with our Round Up Savings program, we can still save our change! This is how it works:
Each time you use your American National debit card, the “change” left over from your purchase is then transferred to a savings account you have with us. Over time, that change will add up until you look at your balance and discover you have a nice amount of money saved without even realizing it! The Round Up Savings program is a no-brainer.

Round Up Savings Enrollment


How the Round-Up Works

Next time you grab a latte at your favorite local coffee shop, pat yourself on the back! Not only are you supporting a local business, but you’re supporting your savings, too! The .73 cents left over from your $4.27 iced mocha will go right into your savings (or checking account) account without having to lift a finger. See our illustration below to see how your change can really add up.


Deposits to your AMNB Savings Account

With the change from each purchase going into your American National savings account, you can save more to your Easy Save, or Money Market Account without even thinking about it. And if you don't have a savings account, you can open one now with the following benefits.

  • Unlimited Deposits
  • FREE Visa Debit Card
  • FREE Online + Mobile Banking
  • Overdraft Protection when it’s linked to your checking account
  • Competitive Rates

Open a new savings account online in about ten minutes. Click here to open an Easy Save account.

So what are you waiting for?  Complete the enrollment form today!

Sign up for Round Up Savings