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Calvin Klein & Tommy Hilfiger become the latest brands to join Cheddar’s cashback platform

Last Updated on: 22nd November 2023, 04:10 am

Cashback and payments app, Cheddar, announces two new retail partnerships with designer fashion and lifestyle brands, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger.

Launching on the app’s cashback platform today, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger will offer Cheddar users cashback on any online purchase, joining a growing list of fashion brands on the app, including House of Fraser, Jack Wills, Ganni, USC and more.

The latest collaborations will see Cheddar users earning up to 10% cashback on purchases made online, with the cashback available in the app’s balance within 30 days. App users can redeem their cashback at any time, depositing it directly into their linked bank account instantly.

Luke Ladyman, Chief Operating Officer & Co-founder at Cheddar says:

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with two of the World’s leading fashion and lifestyle brands to extend our cashback offers. The new partnerships will showcase our ability to differentiate between online and in-store transactions using Open Banking for the first time.

Following a successful trial, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger are key strategic partners for Cheddar, who are working with us to roll this functionality out to expand our growing portfolio of partners awaiting to join the platform.”

Cheddar users can earn up to 20% retail cashback on the app, online and in-store at some of their favourite retailers. Unlike other cashback platforms, Cheddar’s free app requires no link clicks or codes from users. Simply connect your existing bank accounts to the app to easily earn while you spend on your debit and credit cards, and let your savings build up. That’s why Trustpilot reviews describe Cheddar cashback as “minimum effort” and “hassle-free”.

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