Revolut has added a new feature to display exclusive offers from high street brands and start-ups on its mobile app.
Revolut – which earlier in the year announced it had finalised $66m of funding from European investors – has introduced the offers after reaching 800,000 customers across Europe.
The current offers include: £50 to spend on premium Virgin Wines, £10 off phone repairs and 15% off a home massage.
Revolut plans to release new offers in the future which will be displayed on its new offers tab in the app.
Last week, Revolut announced that it was soon to release phase one of its cryptocurrency offering to its customers.
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