UK retail payment services provider PayPoint has announced Netflix as the newest digital voucher to be added to its range.
PayPoint retailers can now sell ‘pin on receipt’ vouchers for Netflix, allowing customers to top up their Netflix account using cash without the need for a debit or credit card using a simple code printed straight onto a receipt.
This also enables unbanked individuals to gift or be gifted digital Netflix vouchers, eliminating the need to upload payment details.
Danny Vant, Managing Director of Client Services at PayPoint said: “PayPoint’s collaboration with Netflix showcases our commitment in looking for additional opportunities for retail partners to increase their revenue, while providing local shoppers to pay for a service in a manner of their choosing.”
“Paying for Netflix has never been easier, although deciding on which film to watch might still be an issue for some.”
PayPoint currently works with a number of leading brands such as Amazon, Google Play, Love2shop, PlayStation and Xbox. Today’s announcement further increases the choice of vouchers available to consumers across its network of 28,000 UK retailer partners.
In a bid for customers to save money this festive season, the Park Christmas Savings initiative by PayPoint has more than 1,700 retail signees, exceeding its 1,500 target.
With the deadline of 15 December tomorrow to become PayPoint Park Super Agents, the £2.5m advertising campaign for the Christmas program aims to drive customer awareness for retailers to recruit savers during the festive season.