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Say hello to Rooster Money
Our Rooster Card subscription offer is now free for NatWest customers
- Give your kids a head start with the Rooster prepaid debit card for kids.
- Set limits, make top ups and get real time spend notifications with the Rooster Money kids' debit card app.
- It’s secure – with a freeze card option, one-time CVV for online shopping and built in blockers.
- Pick a Rooster Card design from a range of options.
To be eligible for the free Rooster Card subscription offer you must be a NatWest bank customer, over 18, a UK resident, registered for either Mobile Banking or Online Banking with kids aged between 6 and 17. Offer includes up to three cards. Other fees may apply. T&Cs apply (PDF, 100KB).
Virtual Pocket Money Tracker
Kids Pocket Money Card | Debit Card | Natwest Bank Accounts
- Set pocket money allowances and track your kids’ spending and saving.
- Transfer funds to your children's bank accounts on a certain day.
- Helps develop thoughtful spending by letting kids choose how to divide their money into spend, save and give pots with a kid's card.
Eligibility criteria apply.
Is your kid ready for more independence?
Kids current account
Opening a current account is an important step towards independence for any child. The Adapt account means you can give them their first taste of managing their own money safely and securely.
Available for children and teens aged between 11 and 17.
Free kid's current account with a contactless kid's debit card.
Get 2.70% AER / 2.67% Gross p.a. (variable) on balances.
You won't pay any regular, set fee to have this account.
This account is available to 11-17 year olds who are UK residents. 11-15s must apply with a parent or guardian who has a NatWest current account.
Other ways we can help
Try out our digital game, Rooster Run and discover the world of NatWest Rooster Money
Let’s make your kids’ dreams come true. NatWest Thrive with Marcus Rashford is a movement to help young people develop the self-belief, confidence and skills to achieve what they want.
Invest for the future
If you’re looking to invest money for your child’s future, a Junior ISA may be a good option. Money is invested, which means it could grow more than in a normal bank account. But remember, the value of investments can go down as well as up and your capital is at risk. Eligibility criteria, fees and charges apply.