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Youthsaver

If you're under 18, enjoy bonus interest for regular savings.

  • Easy access – CommBank has the most ATMs of any bank in Australia
  • Bank at school – primary school students can bank at school if their school participates in our School Banking program

A savings account helps you save money to buy the cool things you want. Get off to the right start with bonus interest for regular deposits. 

  • Get special offers and win prizes
  • Easy to open your first account
  • If under 16, ask your parents

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Fun extras

Catch up with the Dollarmites gang, Platy and Mr Save-A-Lot and enjoy great games and activities while learning about money and saving. Features include:

  • Amazing rides in Coinland Fun Park
  • Do cool jobs to buy things in Coinland
  • Raise money for virtual causes

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Make saving fun by joining the Dollarmites Club and you'll learn to set a little aside every week or month, so you’ll soon have money to spend on the things you enjoy. When you join the club you can: 

  • Make new friends, Cred, Pru, Spen, Addy and Pat the dog
  • Play lots of great games and downloads
  • Blast off with Space Monkey Rescue
  • Try the Cricket Memory Game

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Our initiatives

School Banking

We believe all young Australians should learn about the importance of saving and smart money management. We have invested $40 million in our School Banking program to make that goal a reality.

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One Million Kids

Just like you learn English and Maths at school, you can also learn about money. We created the One Million Kids initiative to improve the financial literacy skills of a million children by 2015.

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StartSmart

By making financial education interactive, engaging and fun, our StartSmart program gives students the confidence and competence to make smart decisions about money from a young age.

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Important information
Terms and conditions for Youthsaver account are available here or from any branch and should be considered before making any decision about the product. As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should, before acting on the advice, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances. View our Financial Services Guide

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