Is your piggy bank still busted from last spring break? Or maybe you’ve been saving up and are ready to get going. Whatever your vacation budget is, R1CU has some offers you can take advantage of to have the best spring break possible.
Finding the Funds.
Life sometimes gets in the way of putting aside money or even causes you to dip into your vacation funds to cover the unexpected things that pop up. If you’re in need of a trip but lacking cash, we can help! Here are some loans you can use for this exact reason.
- Fast Cash – For cash to cover this spring break AND next year’s spring break, a Fast Cash Loan is designed to help with recurring expenses. That’s right, not only do you get $1,000 for this trip, you get another $1,000 next spring break after the loan is paid off. That means no worries or fuss other than planning your trip.
- Personal Loan – As always, a Personal Loan can be used for whatever you need. That means you can pay for your spring break trip, travel costs, food, or anything you need!
- Small Dollar Loan – For minor amounts than traditional loans, a Small Dollar Loan can assist in paying for more modest plans. Staycations, close travels, and local theme park visits are some instances you might want to look into this loan type.
Maximizing your Spending.
A great perk that comes with some of our Spending accounts is R1 Cha-Ching! Download the app, sign in or register, and start saving on your spring break plans with discounts and coupons. Find great deals on travel, hotel stay, and even local attractions. Search recreation options to find possible deals on theme parks, entertainment, and events.
Ways to Save for Next Year.
R1CU members can access a free tool to help get their finances in line using online and mobile banking. Set up a budget or savings goal to keep an eye on your finances while working towards your summer fun money goal. Learn how to set up your budget or start on a savings goal by watching our linked videos!
If you need an obligation to save, the Savings Builder Loan is a great way to put away funds each month while also building your credit history.