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PayPoint card deal

01 July, 2008
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PayPoint has launched a credit and debit agreement with Lloyds TSB which aims to ensure retailers get the best deal on credit and debit card payments. The deal means retailers pay a maximum of 1.4% on credit card payments and 14p on debit cards.
According to the company, credit and debit card users spend more money in-store than cash customers, and retailers who offer this service usually see an increase in basket spend. Retailers can also benefit by saving on banking costs as less cash needs to be banked.PayPoint retail director Mike Igoe said: "These new rates are PayPoint's best ever and we encourage our retailers to take advantage of this highly competitive offer."01707 600 300



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Weekly retail fuel prices: 18 March 2019
RegionDieselLPGSuper ULUL
East130.8557.70132.89121.68
East Midlands130.41132.10120.99
London130.92134.14121.81
North East129.47134.52119.63
North West129.89131.08120.36
Northern Ireland128.4464.90126.23119.33
Scotland130.47133.90120.76
South East131.14134.22122.06
South West130.59131.37121.41
Wales129.62127.41119.99
West Midlands130.2569.90135.09120.96
Yorkshire & Humber129.66133.59120.01

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