HERE'S WHAT TO DO:
For every $25 you save, you will earn one entry (maximum of 10 per month) toward prizes from two prize pools. The state-level prize pool will feature monthly and quarterly prizes from $50-$1,000 and the national prize pool will offer quarterly prizes from $25-$5,000.
When you Save to Win, you not only get a chance to win a cash prize, you keep all the deposits you make plus interest, regardless of the drawing outcome. It’s a Win-Win!
Afena FCU, Marion
Crane CU, Odon
Diamond Valley FCU, Evansville
Evansville FCU, Evansville
Evansville Teachers FCU, Evansville
Financial Builders FCU, Kokomo
Financial Center First CU, Indianapolis
Financial Health FCU, Indianapolis
Harvester Financial CU, Indianapolis
Hoosier Hills CU, Bedford
KEMBA CU, Indianapolis
Members Advantage CU, Michigan City
Members Source CU, Merrillville
Natco CU, Richmond
Perfect Circle CU
REGIONAL FCU, Hammond
Thrive FCU, Muncie
Save to Win is a national, award-winning prize-linked savings product that incents members to save with chances to win prizes.
The Save to Win program utilizes a 12-month share certificate account with a minimum opening deposit of $25 and has unlimited deposit capabilities.
Account holders receive one entry into both the monthly and quarterly drawings for every $25 in month-over-month balance increase, with a maximum of 10 entries per month/30 entries per quarter ($250 per month/$3,000 annually).
Account holders have the opportunity to win in several ways:
SIGN UP NOW
Credit unions wishing to participate in Save to Win need to get approval from their boards of directors and sign a participation agreement in order to launch the program. The quarterly deadlines are shown in the box below.
Save to Win Agreement Signed by:
1st Drawing Members Would Be Eligible For:
For Credit Unions:
RELATED DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
The Indiana Credit Union League has partnered with Credit Union Service Group (CUSG) to offer Save to Win, which is currently offered in seven other states. Save to Win is a trademark of the Doorways to Dreams Fund and it is administered by CUSG, an affiliate of the Michigan Credit Union League.