Extra bonus for Christmas shoppers with Cashback Plus


Extra bonus for Christmas shoppers with Cashback Plus

Christmas shoppers can now earn 1% back on debit card spend in The Co-operative as well as Tesco until end of June 2014.

Supporting individuals

02 December 2013

  • NatWest and RBS customers can now earn 1% Rewards on debit card spend in The Co-operative and Tesco
  • 250 people will win £500 in Rewards over Christmas when they register for Cashback Plus or make a qualifying purchase
  • Almost 667,000 have now signed up to benefit from Cashback Plus

Christmas shoppers can now earn 1% back on debit card spend in The Co-operative as well as Tesco until end of June 2014 with ‘Your Offers’ from NatWest and RBS Cashback Plus. Of the 667,000 registered, over 407,000 have already benefited from 1% back on spend at Tesco.

During December, 250 lucky registered customers will also get a surprise Christmas present if they’re randomly selected to win £500 in Cashback Plus Rewards.

Allan Hardie, RBS and NatWest's Head of Current Accounts, said, "Christmas shoppers will get an extra bonus this year with Cashback Plus. Registered customers can build up Rewards from their Christmas dinner to spend in January, and with a little luck they might win an extra £500 worth of Rewards to redeem".

All customers who have joined Cashback Plus can earn at least 1% from a list of now 14 attractive retailers. Over 95% of customers have also been offered much higher offer rates, these include up to 25% from Caffe Nero and up to 10% from Cineworld.

RBS and NatWest new and existing current account customers with a VISA debit card can register online for Cashback Plus. Customers don't need to login to an online account to take advantage of earnings and they don't need to register for each offer.

The Cashback Plus Rewards prize draw runs until 31st December 2013. To find out more visit:

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