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Talk To Your Parents About The BSA Prepaid Card

Money is a tricky thing. Sometimes it seems to fly out of our wallets faster than it flies in.

Scouts can get an assist on their spending habits with the Boy Scouts of America Discover Prepaid Card. Scouts will be glad to know it’s kind of like a regular Discover Card in that it can be used anywhere Discover is accepted. Your parents will be glad to know it’s actually a prepaid, reloadable card that can be replenished from any bank account.

Plus, the card features all kinds of cool BSA images and logos.

It’s a great way to manage your spending, and it’s way safer and more convenient than carrying around a bunch of cash. If your parents put $50 on the card, you know you’ve got $50 to spend. After that, the card won’t work anymore until your parents replenish it.

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Comments about “Talk To Your Parents About The BSA Prepaid Card”

  1. the joester says:

    that’s pretty cool

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