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Albert Heijn introduces digital savings

From 1 June, Albert Heijn customers can save purchase stamps in the AH app and achieve a return of up to 6% on their savings. The stamps of € 0.10 cent are automatically credited to the AH app after purchase, which provides a handy overview of the stamps saved.

With a full digital booklet, customers receive the deposited amount plus 6% interest. Albert Heijn introduced digital savings during savings campaigns last summer. From 1 June, customers with a personal Bonus card can digitally save the trusted purchase stamps. No more loose stamps in the wallet and no savings books that can get lost. Digital saving is not only easy, it also saves paper and is therefore more environmentally friendly.

Saving purchase stamps in the AH app is very simple:

• Customers register in the AH app and then immediately save automatically when shopping.

• For every euro they spend at Albert Heijn – in the store or on ah.nl – they can buy a purchase stamp worth € 0.10.

• When scanning the personal Bonus card at the checkout, the stamps are automatically added to the purchase stamp overview in the AH app.

• With a full booklet with 490 stamps (€ 49), customers receive € 52. That is € 3 profit and therefore 6% interest.

With the introduction of digital savings, Albert Heijn is switching to a fully digital purchase stamp savings program. The existing purchase stamps and savings books are being phased out.

Customers who still have an incomplete stamp booklet can complete their booklet until December 31, 2020.

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