A classic piggy bank that's attractive and built to last with care — a piece that offers craftsmanship suitable to be handed down for generations.
Made by a top name in piggy banks. We love how it is nicely crafted in glazed ceramic. Has a cute polka-dot design. Stopper on the belly.
Though the ceramic is breakable, it's durable and made to last with reasonable care.
A shiny gender-neutral silver piggy bank for kids that's as shiny as the coins it holds.
The silver color gives this a unique, modern look that looks great next to toy cars and robots. Rubber stoppers on the feet keep it sturdy on the shelf. The wide coin slot makes coins easy to insert.
The silver's shine gets scuffed quite easily.
Though some coins may end up lost in the legs, this bank earns praise for its durability and cuteness.
This soft yet sturdy vinyl piggy bank offers a fun alternative to classic, hard plastic or ceramic models. Sports a cute facial expression with a moveable head, and comes with a gingham scarf.
Coins tend to get stuck in the legs, and they are somewhat difficult to get out of the opening.
An adorable piggy bank that is a well-made, adorable option capable of holding lots of coins. Ideal for young sports fans.
Attractive, glazed ceramic piggy bank by a popular brand. Has sports graphics, including a baseball, basketball, football, and soccer ball. Coins can be removed from belly stopper.
Breakable. Rare reports of flaws in the paint have been noted.
A traditional piggy bank with a sweet face for an affordable price.
A glazed ceramic piggy bank in a middle-of-the-road size that fits nicely on shelves. Has a rubber stopper. Comes nicely packaged, which makes it ideal for gift-giving.
Requires handling with care, as it's breakable and quite prone to ear chips.
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The best banks are piggy banks, but there are a few that are superior to the rest. Though styles run the gamut from the original ceramic to use of newer materials, we still think that the classic is the best. However, you can also find less breakable styles such as plush and plastic. For any piggy bank, look for a wide slot that accepts both bills and coins, plus a plug that’s fairly easily removed so kids can count and spend their riches without frustration. Durability should be a factor for piggy banks for younger kids, so consider materials other than glass or ceramic.