Win 5 grams of gold

Just tell us what you’re saving for and 5000 tally could be yours!*

At Tally, we understand the importance of saving. We also understand the importance of saving in a currency proven to hold its value over time. That’s why we’re giving you the chance to boost your savings by 5000 tally. That’s 5 grams of solid gold bullion!

How to enter

All you need to do is post a pic or video of what you’re saving for on social media (not as a story) and tag three friends. Be sure to include a line explaining how Tally is helping you save, and don’t forget to tag us so we can enter you in the competition!

Saving for more than one thing? Great news! Because every new post you do will count as a separate entry! The competition closes at midnight on September 20, so time to get snapping. Five grams of solid gold could be waiting for you!

Who can enter

The competition is open to all Tally customers with an active Tally Account.**

To be eligible for a Tally Account, you must be 18 years or older, a UK resident and have an existing bank account in your name.

How do I get tally?

Opening a Tally Everyday Account is super easy.

Have your photo ID handy

Provide some basic info

Take a quick selfie (not for Instagram)

Your account is opened in seconds

5000 tally prize draw terms*

  • **Competition is only open to Tally customers with an active Tally Account (i.e. those who signed up before 09/05/21 or those who have paid the one-off activation fee)
  • Winner will be selected by random draw on 21/09/22
  • Winner will be notified by DM no later than 23/09/22
  • If the winner has closed their account, the prize will be redrawn within 5 business days
  • The decision of TallyMoney regarding any aspect of the prize draw or competition is final and binding, and no correspondence will be entered into
  • 5000 tally will be deposited into the winning account within 14 business days of the winner being confirmed
  • tally (t) relative to pounds (£) can fluctuate up and down
  • The Tally Debit Mastercard is issued by PayrNet Limited pursuant to a license by Mastercard International