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Asda Money and Jaja Finance offer £20 to lure new credit card customers

Source: JaJa Finance

From today, Asda customers can get £20 added to their Asda Rewards Cashpot if they open a new Asda Money Credit Card or Asda Money Select Credit Card account, provided by digital lender Jaja Finance, on or before 4 July 2023.

To qualify for the offer, customers will need to spend at least £50 on their credit card and set up a Direct Debit within the first 60 days of account opening.

Lucas Dalglish, Chief Commercial Officer at Jaja Finance said: “We’re once again offering Asda customers the opportunity to earn back Asda Pounds on the things they’re already buying . We believe the additional £20 in Asda Pounds will make a significant contribution towards customer’s pockets.”

Katie Walley, Senior Director Asda Money & Mobile, said: "We’re always looking for new and rewarding ways to give something back to our loyal customers and we’re confident that getting £20 back in Asda Pounds will be a welcome bonus for our customers.”

Shoppers using the Asda Money Credit Card and Asda Money Select Credit Card will be rewarded with 1% of every £1 spent at Asda on groceries, fuel, George, and other Asda services, and 0.3% of every £1 spent on purchases outside of Asda. Rewards will be earned as ‘Asda Pounds’ that customers can then transfer into their Asda Rewards Cashpots to use in-store or online.

The Asda Money Credit Card and Asda Money Select Credit Card are competitively priced from 25.9% and 34.9% representative APR respectively with no annual fee. The Asda Money Select Credit Card is available to Asda customers looking to improve their credit rating.
Asda Rewards is Asda’s loyalty scheme and provides customers with the chance to earn pounds, rather than points, each time they purchase certain products or complete a milestone mission. More than four million customers use the Rewards app every month and have accrued over £70m in their Cashpots, which they can spend to reduce their grocery bills.

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