West Thinking about putting £20 in a Christmas card and dropping it in the post box? Think again! atNatWest Rooster Money has brought Christmas giving right up-to-date
You might not be able to predict and procure this Christmas’s hottest new toy, but you can rely on one, perennial present choice: cash. Gifting money to children during the Christmas season is a great way to give them a little something extra, either to put towards a gift they may have missed off their list, or to put towards saving for a bigger purchase. Money gifts can help when it comes to teaching children about money.
The only problem is, how do you get the money to them in time for Christmas Day? Postal services such as the Royal Mail don’t prohibit posting cash, and some people like giving money to children this way, though the Royal Mail does recommend using one of their special delivery services, which cost a bit more than posting a normal letter and may require signature.
Fortunately, things are a lot easier and less costly, via Rooster Money. If your son, daughter, niece, nephew, grandchildren, godchildren or, indeed, any young gift recipient on your Christmas list with a Rooster Card, you can put Christmas cash into their account simply and easily. Here’s how…