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July 11, 2009

Egg launches 1% cashback credit card

by Gill Montia

Story link: Egg launches 1% cashback credit card

Egg is launching a credit card that promises 1% cashback on purchases, up to a maximum of £200 per year.

The offer also includes discounts with some online retailers and a guarantee that Egg will refund the difference if a customer has purchased an item and finds it cheaper elsewhere within thirty days.

The Egg Money World MasterCard comes with an annual charge of £12 and goods bought on the card are insured against loss or damage for 90 days.

Recession-hit consumers will soon have another opportunity to save money via Tesco’s in-store cash machines.

The retailer plans to dispense up to five million money off vouchers via ATMs between 22nd and 31st of July.

Anyone making a balance enquiry, topping-up their mobile or withdrawing money will see an advertisement for the offer on the ATM screen.

The vouchers will be redeemable across twelve product types, including food, travel insurance and breakdown cover.

 

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