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Edenred supercharges Edenred Savings ahead of Christmas

A major refresh of Edenred’s Savings platform will ensure users will find it even easier to pay less and save more with Black Friday and Christmas just around the corner.

 

The new-look platform which offers the most comprehensive high street and online savings for employees who want to take advantage of discounts and offers from leading brands launched in early October.

 

The enhanced and intuitive shopping experience presents offers themed by category, popularity, special occasion and size of saving, making the best discounts easy-to-find. The ability to search by favourite retailers and brands means employees can ensure they keep track of the discounts that matter to them. Helping employees to pay less and save more. 

 

Employees can download Edenred’s highly rated Edenred Savings App from the App Store or Google Play to get up the minute notifications of the latest offers when they are shopping in store.

 

To make the shopping experience even more pleasurable, shoppers can see how much they save every time they shop and through the year, thanks to the addition of a new savings calculator which keeps a personalised tally of the value of the discounts received.

Major refresh of platform will make savings easier to find

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Built with accessibility and security by design, the new Savings platform is easy and secure for everyone to use.

  

Jane Sandall, Product Manager, Employee Benefit Platforms, Edenred said:

 

“The ability to save substantial sums of money on regular household expenditure and big-ticket items, means that Edenred Savings is one of the most valued benefits our clients offer their people. 

 

Our newly enhanced platform means that, from Black Friday, to summer holidays, Christmas or one-off treats, it’s easier to find the savings that will make a difference. 

 

Along with the special Red discount weeks, which are unique to Edenred and offer additional savings, the platform can go some way to offsetting some of the cost of living increases that everybody is facing today.”

Edenred’s people spend an ideal day helping food charities

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As Covid restrictions lifted in June, Edenred mobilised staff volunteers to provide hands on support to two food redistribution charities it partners with, City Harvest and the Felix Project.

 

Staff volunteered to help as part of Edenred’s “Ideal Day” initiative, a scheme that invites staff across its global offices to volunteer in communities where Edenred is based.

  

London-based staff supported by taking on a green scheme route for the Felix Project, collecting surplus food from cafe's, supermarkets and other food suppliers and delivering directly to charities helping the homeless and other vulnerable groups in Central London.

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“Although we’ve supported both charities financially through the lockdowns, staff were thrilled when Covid restrictions relaxed this summer and they could get out into the community and help out in person”, said Edenred’s sales and marketing director, Andy Philpott who is leading the charity partnership.

 

“As we head into the colder months, we are planning further fundraising events and volunteer days with both charities to help distribute fresh food to the elderly, homeless, families and children, refugees and those with mental health issues.”   

 

Staff at Edenred’s regional offices are currently raising money for virtual harvest boxes, for City Harvest. Every £10 donated will deliver food for 40 people.