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American Express marks ‘Small Business Saturday’ with cashback offer

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06/12/2013
American Express is offering cardholders £5 cashback on purchases made in independent shops on 7 December to mark 'Small Business Saturday'.

The provider is offering the statement credit to card members who spend at least £10 in participating small independent businesses.

Mark Roper, head of merchant services at American Express, said: “We’re delighted to support Small Business Saturday with our Shop Small campaign on 7 December.

“The timing is perfect for our Cardmembers who want to get some of their Christmas shopping done – not only will they get a £5 statement credit for every £10 they spend at participating stores, but they’ll also be supporting the local businesses on their high streets.”

The offer can be redeemed once per business, but there is no limit on the number of participating stores where card holders can take advantage of the deal. To sign up, card holders must register their card here.

To find out about participating businesses, go here

 

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