EXCLUSIVE: Fed retailers to earn thousands of pounds extra in PayPoint deal with Park Christmas Savings

Each 'super agent' will get access to an extensive range of support


PayPoint is to help 1,500 Fed retailers generate over £1,000 every year, by becoming ‘super agents’ selling gift cards and vouchers for Park Christmas Savings.

Park Christmas Savings, now part of PayPoint, is the UK’s biggest Christmas savings club, helping over 350,000 families spread the cost of the festive period.

The new partnership will see participating Fed retailers access an earning opportunity of over £1,000 every year, recruiting savers in their local area. Each store will get access to an extensive range of support, including training roadshows, digital and in-store point of sale, personalised saver communications and a national £2.5m advertising campaign.

Fed retailers who are not currently PayPoint retailers can also take advantage of an exclusive bundle deal of PayPoint One, Park Savings and Parcels.

The new scheme will be rolling out this summer ahead of the 2024 Christmas season. Interested retailers can visit paypoint.com/parksavings or email parksavings@paypoint.com

PayPoint CEO Nick Wiles said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with the Fed to launch this exciting new opportunity to earn. We know that Fed members will be perfect partners for Park Christmas Savings, given the important role they play at the heart of their communities across the UK. This forms part of our longstanding commitment to add extra value and revenue into the pockets of all PayPoint retailer partners and we’re looking forward to working closely with the Fed to roll this out over the coming months”  

The Fed’s national president Jason Birks added: “It’s a mark of the positive relationship that the Fed now has with PayPoint that we’re announcing this fantastic news for all members today. This exclusive partnership creates a great opportunity for members to make more money from PayPoint in their store whilst offering a vital service to customers in their community. I would encourage all members to get involved.” 

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