## How much do you save in the 365 day challenge?

Little did he know that saving just pennies each day could add up to $667.95 by the end of a year! Here’s how the 365 Day Penny Savings Challenge works: Find a fun jar (a repurposed jar is even better).

## How much is a penny a day for 365 days?

365 days penny a day challenge chart The time frame of your savings for this challenge depends on your saving goals. But if you choose save pennies for 52 weeks straights then that accumulated amount will be $667.95.

**How is the penny Challenge calculated?**

You save one penny your first day, two pennies the second day, three on the third and so on for 365 days. That means you’re saving the same amount you did the day before but adding another penny to it. You can meet your savings goals from change you find around the house or from the change on purchases.

### How much is 1 cent a day for a year?

This money-saving challenge helps you put aside $667.95 in a year — or $671.61 in a leap year. To participate in the challenge, follow these steps: Start by saving one penny on the first day. Each day that follows, add one cent to the amount you saved the day before.

### How much money do you save with the 52 week challenge?

Week 1, you save $1.00. Week 2 you save $2.00, and it continues through the year, adding one more dollar to each week’s savings goal. By Week 52, you’ll set aside $52.00, which will bring the year’s total savings to $1,378!

**What is your 365 day Penny challenge?**

I love the 365 day penny challenge, it fits my budget perfect. You will start on the first day by putting one penny in. Day two put in two pennies. Day three, 3 pennies. Day 100, will be $1.00.

## How much will you save with the 365 days challenge?

At the end of 365 days, you will have painlessly saved $667.95. Easy peasy! This is so easy, I think I will encourage my boys to start this challenge as a way to save up for their future.

## How does the Penny challenge work?

So now I know you’re wondering, “How does the penny challenge work?” On the first day, you’ll put a single penny in your piggy bank. On the second day, you’ll add 2 more pennies to your piggy bank. And on the third day, you’ll add 3 more pennies. On the next day, you’ll add 4 pennies. On the day after that, you’ll add 5 cents.

**How much do you put in a pennies a day?**

You will start on the first day by putting one penny in. Day two put in two pennies. Day three, 3 pennies. Day 100, will be $1.00. The highest amount you will put in on one day, is day 365, you will put in $3.65.