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Get cashback on a NatWest/RBS debit card

Get cashback on a NatWest/RBS debit card

Category: Banking

Updated: 12/08/2013
First Published: 12/08/2013

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From today, NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) customers will be able to use their debit cards to get cash back at a selection of retailers across the UK.

The free scheme, called Cashback Plus, is open to both new and existing NatWest and RBS customers and debit cards can easily be activated through the providers' online banking systems.

It means holders of a NatWest or RBS debit card can earn 1% cashback on everything spent in retailers that include: BP, Cineworld, Caffè Nero, Loch Fyne Restaurants, Hungry Horse, Ernest Jones, H. Samuel, Charles Tyrwhitt, Feather & Black, Multiyork and American Golf.

For a limited time only (until 30 November), those signed up to the scheme can also get 1% cashback when shopping at Tesco.

Once £5 worth of cash back points have been accumulated, customers will be able to exchange this for cash, a donation to charity, gift cards or vouchers.

The banks have also said that they are working on adding more retailers to the list.

The scheme is not open to NatWest and RBS basic bank account holders, under 18s or those with a business or corporate account.

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