5 Dollar Savings Challenge [30 Day Challenge]

Regular price $1.99

Want to start a 5 dollar challenge?  This monthly savings challenge printable makes it easy for you to track your daily $5 savings.  By the end of the 30-days, you'll have $150 saved. 

To use this money-saving challenge tracker, print it off at home and put the date you start.  Then, every day save 5 dollars.  Once the money is saved, color in one of the $5 bills on the worksheet.  Continue saving and coloring until the savings tracker is completed.  

The 5 dollar challenge is a great savings challenge if you want to save a small amount of money fast.  Great for multiple savings goals such as gift sinking funds, starter funds, car maintenance funds, and more.  

If you want to do a longer 5 dollar savings challenge, reprint the printable again and again for every month you participate.

Saving for a different amount?  Check out these versions:


PDF Document, US Letter size 8.5x11in

What You'll Receive:

One PDF copy of the unfilled 5-dollar monthly savings challenge printable.

*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you.  For your personal use only.

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Due to the constant changes and differences in technology, I am unable to provide any technical help at this time.

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Another option is to download a free app to unzip files on your phone.  Then download the file and follow the app's instructions to unzip it. 

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If you can't find the file once it's downloaded, look in Downloads under My Computer.  Another way is to search for the title of the file on your computer which should show it's current location.

Customer Reviews

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Cleveland Glover Jr
Great way to start

Sister told me about this and it's a great way to start a good discipline to save money and/or budget your finances.