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finder.com.au and inthemix partner to send you to Groovin the Moo

Why not be rewarded for your savings efforts?

The stats are in, and Gen Y, you've blown your 'rents out of the water. Financial savviness isn't lost on the young, with weekly savings goals for Gen Y showing they're planning on stashing away almost double what those in the Baby Boomer generation are going to in 2016.

With a weekly savings goal of $235, this amounts to $12,204 for Gen Y over the year. Gen X's goals will leave them with $194 in weekly savings, and only $124 for Baby Boomers.

To reward this saving, and to end the summer festival season with a bang, finder.com.au and inthemix have come together to offer a double pass to Grooving the Moo.

How you can win

Tell us in 100 words or less what you're saving for and how you're going to get there. The winners get a double pass to Groovin the Moo in their closest location.

Entries have now closed

The winner will be announced by finder.com.au and inthemix on 23 March 2016

ALSO READ: Find out how to set up a savings plan

Groovin the Moo

Groovin the Moo plays Maitland Showground in New South Wales on April 23, the University of Canberra on April 24, Oakbank Racecourse South Australia on April 25, Prince of Wales Showground Bendigo on April 30, Townsville Cricket Grounds on May 1 and Hay Park Bunbury on May 7.

Notable artists include Alison Wonderland, The Rubens, Safia, Boy & Bear, Boo Seeka, Golden Features, Ratatat, Danny Brown and Vallis Alps.

An artist that will be vehemently missed if the Groovin the Moo Facebook page is anything to go by – Shannon Noll.

GTM Nollsy

Facebook Shannon NollFacebook NollsyGTM Shannon NollMaybe you'll have better luck next year, guys.

Elizabeth Barry

Elizabeth is an editor for finder.com.au specialising in personal finance and fintech. She enjoys reading PDSs so you don’t have to.

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