The Kirtland Federal Credit Union offers Savings Clubs that allow children and teens to earn bonus gift cards for saving money and performing financial activities.
The Koala Club is for children from 5 to 12 years of age and Club F.I.T. is for teens from 13 to 17 years of age.
The Kirtland Federal Credit Union serves military and civilian personnel on Kirtland Air Force Base, U.S. Reserve Forces in New Mexico, the New Mexico National Guard, numerous Select Employee Groups, and military and other retirees, as well as immediate family members.
Check out these Kirtland Federal Credit Union Savings Club Promotions for more details on how to sign up your child.
Kirtland Federal Credit Union Savings Club Bonuses
Members of both the Koala Club and Club F.I.T. are issued stamp cards, which hold 10 stamps per card.
Members will receive 1 stamp on their card for every deposit of at least $15, plus additional stamps can be earned for other financial activities.
Members can then redeem 1 completed stamp card for a free movie pass or 2 completed stamp cards for a $20 Visa gift card.
Children under the age of 5 can be enrolled in a Joey (savings) account, which also allows them to earn prizes.
Take advantage of these Kirtland Federal Credit Union Savings Clubs to allow your kids to earn bonuses while learning how to save money.
Sign up your kids for Kirtland Federal Credit Union membership to earn special savings bonuses through the Koala Club and Club F.I.T. Savings Clubs.