Saturday, June 15, 2024

ING launches shopping platform DealWise in Germany

ING in Germany launches DealWise, a shopping platform that helps customers make smarter shopping decisions by bringing all the best deals to customers and giving them cashback on their shopping. Developed by ING and introduced in Romania the platform is now available in Germany for ING current account holders. By gathering cashback deals and great discounts in one place, DealWise helps consumers choose the most relevant deal for them while at the same time helping merchants to find and retain clients.

“DealWise not only takes away the hassle of finding a good offer, but also helps consumers save on their daily spending by promoting healthier financial behavior”, says Laura Wirtz, head of Daily Banking & Payments for ING in Germany. “We are happy to provide our customers added value beyond traditional banking.” Current ING current account holders get access to a large number of merchants through their online banking account, and can get back a part of the paid amount.

Discounts from top brands

Customers can access the shopping platform through their online banking account. Top online brands from categories like fashion and accessories, electronics and IT, travel and tourism or groceries are among the over one thousand DealWise partners. ABOUT YOU, OTTO, Tchibo, Lidl, Notebooksbilliger are some examples, with more brands to be continuously added. The cashback aspect of DealWise is seamless. You buy something and get money paid back into your bank account. The DealWise users get money back after buying from specific shops. This cashback is on top of the store’s other discounts. 

Internationally proven concept

DealWise will be gradually introduced in more European countries. Germany will be the first. “DealWise brings extra benefits to the current account, making it even more attractive. We would like to become the primary bank and first point of contact in all financial aspects for even more customers, and we are ready to invest in this”, says Laura Wirtz.

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