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Mastercard partners with major online service platforms to offer discounts to Mastercard holders on purchases.

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As technology advances by the day, the world is moving closer to being digitally remastered. All over the world, online and digital experiences are being embraced as it ultimately saves time, reduces stress, and gets things done faster and easier.

Nigeria is one of the many countries that is advancing steadily in terms of digital technology. As more consumers in the country welcome digital experiences, Mastercard, a leading payments and global technology company, has partnered with other firms in the country to widen its reach.

Mastercard is entering into partnerships with prominent shopping, educational, entertainment, and delivery platforms to provide cardholders with exclusive and exciting offers on transactions made on their Mastercard.

Following the collaboration of Mastercard with some of the key independent service providers in Nigeria, cardholders are potential beneficiaries of exclusive offers and benefits such as subscription discounts and free delivery services when they make purchases online with their Mastercard.

A few of the services customers will enjoy benefits from when transactions are made with their Mastercard include:

Jumia – An online shopping mall. Discounts are offered on purchases made with Mastercard.

Nairabox – A popular lifestyle website. Mastercard holders will qualify for up to 10% discount on food ordered through their Nigerian website.

Showmax – An online video-on-demand service. Mastercard users will enjoy up to 10% discount on subscription charges.

‘’Considering the challenging environment we live in today, it has never been more crucial to encourage the adoption of digital payments for purchasing goods and services. Mastercard is taking it upon itself to lead and reinforce the commitment of the world populace to create a world beyond cash to drive economic development,’’ said Raghav Prasad, Mastercard’s Division President for Sub-Saharan Africa.

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