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AA credit label now open to non-members

A credit label from a AA, that offers a quite good turn of cashback of fuel purchases, is now open to everyone.

The card, that provides 3 per cent cashback on fuel and 0.5 per cent on all other purchases, had formerly been disdainful to AA members. But this has now been private and a organisation hopes that a product will assistance all drivers to control their fuel purchases during a time when prices are rocketing.

Mark Huggins, executive of AA Financial Services, commented: “Government total uncover that 1.7 billion fewer litres of fuel were sole during UK pumps during a initial half of this year than during a same duration in 2008, depriving a Treasury of about £985 million in fuel duty.

“Drivers are clearly economising: an AA/Populus investigate of AA members on a impact of fuel prices shows that they are not usually selling around for cheaper fuel that is benefiting a supermarkets, though also slicing behind on fuel spending, non-fuel spending or both.”

He combined that fuel prices are clearly carrying an impact on family life, though that cashback deals, vouchers and other products can all add-up to assistance revoke a effects and assistance families get by.


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