Coming in 2020, enable your kids to spend their allowance anywhere Apple Pay is accepted when you add the Jassby Virtual Debit Card to their Jassby app. You control their cards and set spending limits right from your phone while they use their phone to purchase fully contactless! It’s also the only debit card for kids without a monthly fee when used!*
Only available in limited release this year, so join the waiting list to be one of the first families with this money saving service.
What is Jassby?
The app that allows you to teach your kids financial literacy by doing.
Set one-time or recurring chores and reward kids with real money!
Send & Request Money
Send your kids money and let them request it when they need it.
Complete control of your kids’ money and what they can buy on the Jassby Mall.
Manage your kids’ allowance like a real boss.
Thousands of unique and name brand products for kids to buy right in the Jassby App!
Thousands of Brand Name & Unique Products on the shop inside Jassby!
Jassby allows your kids to shop online with money they earn, at the retailers you’ve approved. With the ability to purchase from the top retailers in one checkout, you’ll want to shop with Jassby, too!
Jassby Users love it!
Reviews from real Jassby Users.
The app is well design and user friendly for all ages. I love the fact that you can even make purchases from this app and budget how u spend.
The app is really useful to transfer money between the family and it’s useful to transfer money to their kids and this app helps kids to buy various products of their choice using their merchandises available in the app.
I Downloaded this seeing how it would work. It has been AMAZING for my family and my kids to understand how money works. Now they’re able to understand what it’s like to earn money. Plus the kids can buy stuff right from Jassby!
Helping to Support the Environment
We’ve teamed up with The Conservation Fund and will donate $1 from every purchase transaction on the Jassby Mall until we reach our goal. Because we believe that giving back should be part of every child’s financial education.
Is financial literacy important?
We all want the best for our children and their education, but are we focused on their financial well being. Will they have the skills to run their own households?
Kids Who ARE Allowed to Manage Their Own Money
Talk to Their Parents About Money
Say That Their Parents Set a Good Financial Example
Have a Savings Account
Kids Who ARE NOT Allowed to Manage
Their Own Money
Spend Their Money as Soon as They Get It
Have Lied About What They Spent Their Money On
Expect Their Parents to Buy Them What They Want