Free Personal Account Management Service – 25 Free Manilla Beta Access Codes Giveaway is a free personal account management service that allows you to manage all your household accounts including bills, finances, travel rewards programs, and subscriptions in 1 place.

Manilla just launched their service as an invitation-only private beta last week.

To celebrate their launch, is offering Free Manilla Beta Access Codes to 25 readers of

About is a startup incubated within Hearst Corporation (the private media company that owns Redbook, Oprah Mag, Esquire, etc.).

Manilla makes it easy to manage all of your various online accounts within a single secure account, so that you can organize your bills, finances, rewards programs, and more in 1 location. allows you to:

  • Securely Link Your Accounts and Get an Instantly Organized Overview
  • View, Pay, and Be Reminded of Bills and Statements
  • Manage and Archive All of Your Accounts in 1 Simple Place

Manilla is a free service that is currently in beta mode, and at this time, you can only request to receive an invitation via email within the next few weeks.

However, has been generous enough to offer 25 free beta access codes to Manilla for readers.

25 Free Manilla Beta Access Codes Giveaway

Manilla has provided with 25 free beta access codes to give away to our readers.

If you would like to receive a free access code to the beta launch, please complete the following steps:

1. Leave a comment in the comments section below this article.

2. Within your comment, please answer the following questions:

a) Do you currently use a personal account management service, and if so, which service?

b) How many and what types of accounts do you plan to manage with the Manilla service?

3. Please leave your email address within the email field when you leave your comment, so that we may contact you to provide the beta access code and registration instructions.

The first 25 people to complete the above instructions and leave a comment will receive a free beta access code to the Manilla free personal account management service.

More Articles About Manilla

Review these additional articles from national news sites covering the launch of

The Simple New Way to Organize All Household Accounts – Business Wire

Hearst Launches Manilla – Wall Street Journal

Hearst’s Manilla Aims to Handle Household Bills –

Manilla: Making online bill pay into a better payoff – Fortune Tech

Why Manilla is the Postal Service’s worst nightmare – VentureBeat

If you would like to make managing your accounts more efficient, try out the free, easy, and secure account management service from

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  1. Daniel says

    I currently use pageonce and mint for my finanances. I have dozens of accounts that I keep track of including in credit cards, checking, savings, investment, and awards travel accounts. I am extremely interested in trying out this new service. Thanks.

  2. Roger says

    I currently use Yodlee and Mint for my finances/rewards. I use it to keep track of my multiple credit cards, loans, reward programs and bank accounts.

  3. Steve says

    a. I currently use Mint.

    b. With the manilla service, I plan to use 7+ credit card accounts, several loan accounts, several checking accounts, and if it handles it, various mileage travel accounts.

    Very much look forward to trying out the manilla beta service. Sounds interesting, especially as I’m not particularly happy with Mint.

    Thank you.

  4. Ruben says

    I currently use Mint.

    With Manilla I plan to use it for several credit cards, home loans, checking and savings accounts and whatever else I can use it for.

  5. says

    It would be great to try this out! I have to ask though–how much is the service after our code expires? Thanks.

    I currently do not use a personal account management, but I have a TON of accounts: survey accounts, credit card rewards accounts, other rewards accounts, frequent flyer accounts, credit card accounts, bank accounts (savings, checking, investing, retirement)…the list could go on.

  6. says

    Hello Amanda,

    Manilla is an absolutely free account management service.

    It’s free during the beta, and according to Manilla, it will be free after the full launch.

    Thanks for participating and good luck to you. Max

  7. Steve says

    Thanks for sending along the beta invitation. I’ve already added a number of accounts, however, sadly, like Mint, I find I have a fair number of accounts that they do support. They do let you make suggestions for accounts that should be added, but I couldn’t tell you how long I’ve made those same suggestions to Mint and they still aren’t there. So the “problem” with this type of service, is they need to support everything that is out there, otherwise, the idea that you can go to just one place to deal with all your finances, etc., remains, sadly a dream. I will keep testing it, but thought I’d pass the above comment along…as my attempts to get in all of my accounts is being met with frustration as they’re not support.

  8. Steve says

    Sorry for the add’l comment. I meant to say in the above comment, “I find I have a fair number of accounts that they do NOT support.” One folder that contains all your bookmarked links in conjunction with a password manager like lastpass, although not as “pretty”, seems to provide a simpler and more importantly, more of a comprehensive solution. Sorry for the add’l comment, and again, thanks for the invitation.

  9. MoneyIsTheRoot says

    Do you have any comparison between this service and Yodlee? I have used Mint and Yodlee, I prefer Yodlee, but find that both are lacking in different areas. Mainly small bank/credit union access, which Mint does well, but then only Yodlee allows monthly utilities and rewards programs (though not any of my rewards programs)

    I like their services in theory, but ive been waiting for something better to come out.

  10. Chuck says

    I use 3 systems. One is an excel spreadsheet which has 135 accounts with business, category, website, account number, user ID and PW. The other two sytems are and the portfolio manager function within Fidelity Financial. I pay my bills online at each of the merchants and have auto bill pay options for most of them. Manilla is a FANTASTIC IDEA!

  11. Monica says

    I use several account mgmt services, including Quicken desktop, Yodlee online as well as online banks where I have accts. Also use Excel spreadsheet to manage some data.
    With many types of accounts – checking, savings, brokerage, IRA, 401k, as well as bills there is a lot to manage and no service now collect the actual bills just activity or bill info.
    I would love a system that actually manages all as well a place to get & save the bills themselves rather than have me log on to each account, download & print or save them.

  12. Helen says

    I have been using Mint for several years.

    I would add several checking and savings accounts, credit cards, investment acct, etc.

    Manilla looks like an interesting service and I’d love to try them out.

  13. Mark says

    I currently use a number of tools … I use Mint, Yodlee, Pageonce, HellowWallet and MoneyStrands …. each has some strengths, I use all of them for various benefits

    Will Manilla offer additional support for international accounts (mainly UK for me) and aggregate

    I use utilities, checking, savings, mortgage, stocks/investments, CC, store and airline cards

  14. says

    Wow–so I used a beta code and signed into Manilla this week, and I have to say that I am quite impressed. I am a person with a bazillion different accounts and variations of truly one password, and to remember them all (and have to type them all in) is really a hassle. This service is great!

    The only downfall is they need to add on more services. I could not find my energy provider (CenterPoint Energy), or my credit card (Citibank–they do have it for banking, but doesn’t appear to show up for my credit card statements).

    Thanks for the code!

  15. Thomas Curtis says

    I have never used an account management service before.

    I plan to manage my credit cards, utilities, phone bills, TV bill, loan payments, mortgage, and vehicle payments.

    Could really use a way to avoid all these late fees I am currently haunted by!

  16. Joanna says

    I do not use any sites but, am looking forward to starting up with manilla! It will be wonderful to have everything in one central locations! The reminders are enough alone to keep me up to date!

  17. says

    I don’t use any account management services yet, but this sounds wonderful. Can’t wait to get organized! How is your support? What protection does it have if I sign up? I am too tired to try it tonight, and I have to count the actual number, maybe 100 or more, but I will use it for travel arrangements, bills, finances, travel rewards, and subscriptions for sure.

  18. says

    Sorry about the additional comment, but I forgot to answer the questions.
    No, I don’t currently use any account manager, except I do my banking online SOMETIMES. I have a paper mess EVERYWHERE. I will manage my finances, bills, banks, savings, retirement plan, travel, subscriptions, and more. About 50 accounts all together. I can’t wait.

    I look forward to working with Manilla! Are you selling stock???

  19. Claudia says

    I do not use a personal account mgmt service, I am using bill pay through my bank.
    I would use for several credit cards, misc home bills, mortgage, son’s college bills etc.
    Also, to manage subscriptions and air travel miles from 3 different vendors.

  20. Rob says

    A) I am not currently using a personal account management website.
    B) I plan on using it with cable utilities checking and loan accounts.

  21. red says

    I do not use any bill paying services, I do have accounts that need to be paid monthly, loans, utilities,grandchildren tuitions, insurance, ects.
    Probably totals nearly 60 different accounts. Some bills are consolidated, for example, I pay one payment per month to insurance, though it covers 14 accounts, in one case, and another insurance is ‘automatically ‘ deducted from a bank account.Thanks for considering me for an account.

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  23. says

    Dear Manilla User,

    Manilla will be closing on July 1, 2014. This was a hard decision given that, over the past three years, Manilla has won many awards and has been well supported by its valued user base. However, we were unable to achieve the scale necessary to make the economics of the business viable.

    What you need to know:

    Existing users will have access to the Manilla service through June 30, 2014.

    On July 1, 2014 the Manilla service will cease ongoing operation.

    What actions you should take:

    We urge you to download any documents you wish to retain and deactivate your Manilla account prior to July 1, 2014.

    To deactivate your account, please click here and select “Delete your Manilla account” at the bottom of the page.

    Manilla will retain user documents through September 30, 2014. You will be able to retrieve your documents (no other aspect of the service will be operating) from the Manilla website through September 30, 2014. After that date, any remaining documents will be destroyed.

    Please refer to our FAQ for more details.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at

    We apologize if we are not able to respond to all emails.

    We thank you for your support.


    The Manilla Team

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