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Revolut moves into e-commerce with Revolut Shopper

  • Revolut Shopper allows users to find online discount deals while offering security with single-use virtual cards.
  • Other new features include purchase protection, username personalization, and the ability to track spending.
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Revolut moves into e-commerce with Revolut Shopper

Challenger bank Revolut recently made a move into online shopping with a new browser extension called Revolut Shopper, which allows users to get discounts by automatically finding and applying discount codes at selected retailer websites.

Users can securely shop online through Revolut’s single-use virtual cards, which self-destruct after every transaction. Multi-use virtual cards are also available, in case users want to set up one card for a particular store or subscription. The extension auto-fills card details every time customers go to check out, making repeat visits more convenient. When shopping with Revolut’s partners, customers also receive up to 42% cashback to their Revolut account, in addition to any promo codes applied by the extension.

Challenger bank Revolut recently made a move into online shopping with a new browser extension called Revolut Shopper, which allows users to get discounts by automatically finding and applying discount codes at selected retailer websites.

Users can securely shop online through Revolut’s single-use virtual cards, which self-destruct after every transaction. Multi-use virtual cards are also available, in case users want to set up one card for a particular store or subscription. The extension auto-fills card details every time customers go to check out, making repeat visits more convenient. When shopping with Revolut’s partners, customers also receive up to 42% cashback to their Revolut account, in addition to any promo codes applied by the extension.

“We’re constantly innovating and creating new products and features that customers can use and benefit from in their everyday lives,” said Phuc To, head of retail at Revolut. “Revolut Shopper helps customers get the best deals and shop securely at the same time. We will continue to add new handy tools to help our customers manage their financial lives smoothly.”


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