I know a majority of us college students, and adults have used Venmo at some point in their life. It's an app where you send and receive money electronically. This app has made things so much easier to go out to dinner with friends, or split that Uber cost. People now a days rarely carry cash and that awkward ness of trying to split a bill is no longer applicable if you use Venmo. And during a night out with friends whenever someone asks who is ordering the Uber, people usually go silent. But with Venmo you never have to fear because you just split the cost with the amount of people in the car and Venmo whoever ordered it. It's simply logic.
This is no where near an ad but I'm just speaking solely from my experience of making my life easier why you should think about getting a Venmo card. Instead of just sending the money in your Venmo account to your regular bank account, once you get a Venmo card it works basically as a bank but with the money that you have received in your account. Venmo actually allows you to sync up your bank to the card just in case you spend over the amount in your Venmo account, the link up will add up to $10 increments. Some people can use this as their debit card, some people just have the card for when they need it.
There are benefits to using a Venmo card too. Just like how different credit cards give you incentives to use their company's card, so does Venmo. Venmo will give different rewards at different times of the year. Currently I am getting 5% cash back at some of my favorite stores like the one and only Target. That makes getting lost in Target even better than before because you can get money back for spending money. Its basically like a win-win situation, until I unintentionally spend over $100. Not only Target, but Venmo is giving cash back opportunities to a lot of others stores currently too! So take all that money in your account from splitting all the Uber rides and treat yourself to a shopping spree.