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N26 partners with adidas to provide customers with a new perk

German challenger bank N26 has announced a partnership with another German brand, the sportswear giant adidas.

N26 already has exclusive access to choose from multiple partner deals. These include Boosted, And.co, and Fiverr, as well as mental wellbeing and lifestyle brands such as Blinkist, 8Fit, and Udemy.

Now the German challenger has partnered with adidas, the leading global sports brand, to bring their customers perks on a sportswear order. The N26 customer is now able to enjoy a one-time perk on all regular items purchased through the dedicated N26 x adidas link in the N26 app.

This perk also works with goods that are on sale or in the outlet, so the customer will get a further reduction on top of the existing offer.

If you are a current N26 customer here’s how you find your offer:

  1. Open your N26 app
  2. Tap on the Explore tab in the bottom navigation bar
  3. Find your promo code under the Discounts section
  4. Head over to a unique link to pick out your favorite items
  5. Apply your code at the checkout, and that’s it!

This offer is valid from July 14 to October 15.

N26 is really pushing beneficial partnerships for customers as it has extended its partnership with TransferWise. TransferWise is now seamlessly integrated into the N26 app due to its powerful API.

Read also: N26 extends its partnership with TransferWise

This way clients can make international transfers using their smartphones. There is no separate app and users are not redirected anywhere else to complete the transfer.

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