Bluebird by Walmart & American Express final thoughts
I’ve been sharing my experiences using American Express and Walmart’s Bluebird card over the past few weeks.
If you aren’t familiar with Bluebird by Walmart and American Express, it an alternative to traditional debit and checking accounts, as it was designed to help consumers better manage and control everyday finances.
I’ve talked about using my Bluebird card to help budget family vacations, DIY projects, and to help teach my children financial responsibility by utilizing the sub-account technology provided to Bluebird customers.
All-in-all, as a person who shops more than once a week at Walmart, I found this card to be a great alternative to my traditional checking account. I like having an account that is separate from my regular banking, especially for budgeting and keeping special funds separate but secure.
I also found the ease of depositing funds onto my Bluebird card to be quite nice, and the online interface is great for keeping track of all my expenses.
Bluebird is super convenient, and an option that I’ve definitely been telling all of my friends and family about!
Bluebird was developed for people who are looking for advanced capabilities such as deposits by smartphone (love that) and mobile bill pay, fee transparency, and no minimum balance, monthly, annual or overdraft fees.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Bluebird. Opinions are my own.