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Revolut launches new ‘Shops’ service in Ireland

Revolut has launched a new service called ‘Shops’ which lets Irish users buy products from more than 1,000 brands, while also earning cashback.

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Regardless of the Revolut plan a customer is on, Revolut ‘Shops’ rewards users with 3% instant cashback for every purchase, as long as they start their shopping journey from the Revolut app and pay with their Revolut card in full.

There are no restrictions on getting cashback from purchasing products in a sale, meaning Revolut ‘Shops’ offers cashback on top of any other savings – including promo codes and sale discounts. Cashback is automatically applied at checkout.

Christopher Guttridge, general manager of lifestyle products at Revolut, says: “We’re proud to offer instant cashback, unlike other providers which can take up to three months.”

“Shops helps our customers get the most out of every penny with cashback rewards, or helps them spread the cost of purchases for more expensive periods of the year, such as the Christmas holidays.”

The new service, ‘Shops’, lets users search and browse products from more than one thousand brands. These include local favourites ranging from Smyths Toys and Woodies to Arnotts and Brown Thomas; international retailers like Ikea, Amazon, JD Sports, Harvey Norman and TK Maxx; and big brands’ online stores, including Nike, Adidas and a range of luxury fashion houses.

In 2022, Revolut has begun rolling out a Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) instalments payment product with customers in Ireland. Revolut’s Pay Later product enables consumers to spread the cost of purchases up to EUR 499 across three instalments and can be used for both online and in-store purchases.

Jan Cerny
Jan is an innovation enthusiast and Fintech news reporter. He specializes in news distribution, social media, and content analysis.

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