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Digital receipt startup Flux inks first online marketplace deal with Just Eat

The deal will see Just Eat’s UK customers being able to receive digital itemised receipts directly in their banking app.

Digital receipt startup Flux has signed its first online deal with food delivery company Just Eat.

The deal will see Just Eat’s UK customers being able to receive digital itemised receipts directly in their banking app immediately after placing their order.

Initially available to Starling & Monzo bank customers at launch, the service is expected to be rolled out across Flux’s other existing bank partners, such as Barclays launchpad, later this year.

Flux and Just Eat are offering 50% off to the first 2,500 orders made with a Flux linked bank card to mark the launch.

“We’re delighted to be the first in our sector to roll out Flux digital receipts ensuring customers can see exactly what they’ve ordered from the 30,000+ restaurants we work with across the UK, directly within their banking apps,” Just Eat UK chief product & technology officer Fernando Fanton said.

Just Eat is also the first online marketplace to partner with Flux, joining brands including KFC, schuh, EAT. and Costa Coffee.

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