Albert is a free app that helps you save money on everyday purchases. By linking your bank account and credit cards to the app, Albert analyzes your spending patterns and provides personalized recommendations on where you can save money.
You can also set goals and track your progress over time. This blog post will show you how to use Albert to maximize your savings.
Getting Started with Albert App
To get started with Albert, download the app from the link given below or from playstore and create an account. Then, link your bank account and credit cards to the app. Once you’ve done that, Albert will analyze your spending patterns and provide personalized recommendations on where you can save money.
For example, if you’re a frequent shopper at ABC Store, Albert may recommend signing up for their loyalty program to earn discounts on future purchases. Or, if you often eat out at restaurants, Albert may suggest that you cook at home more often to save money.
You can also set goals in the app and track your progress. For example, if you want to save $100 in 30 days, Albert will help you track your progress and give you tips on how to reach your goal.
Using Albert to Maximize Your Savings:
Now that we’ve shown you how to start with Albert let’s discuss using the app to maximize your savings. First, check the app for recommended savings opportunities whenever you make a purchase. Second, take advantage of features like Round-Up Rules and Spare Change transfers to boost your savings even further.
Round-Up Rules allow you to automatically round up each purchase to the nearest dollar and transfer the difference into your savings account. For example, if you spend $3.50 on a cup of coffee, $0.50 will be transferred into your savings account. Over time, these small amounts can add up!
Spare Change transfers are another great way to boost your savings. With this feature enabled, the spare change will be rounded up and transferred into your savings account every time you purchase with your linked card.
So if you purchase something for $1.50 with your linked card, $0.50 will be transferred into your savings account. Once again, these small amounts can add up over time!
This is not a bank. Sutton Bank, an FDIC member institution, has provided services for Albert Savings accounts since 2010, held at insured banks, including Coastal Community Bank and Wells Fargo N A. The debit card that comes with these deposits was issued by them too!
You can use your Mastercard® anywhere around town, but there might be restrictions on withdrawing cash from ATMs, so read up before you ask those questions. We all know how difficult they tend to sound when answered incorrectly.
Albert is a free app that helps you save money on everyday purchases. You can easily and quickly maximize your savings by linking your bank account and credit cards to the app and taking advantage of features like Round-Up Rules and Spare Change transfers. Give it a try today!