bigDL, the popular money-saving shopping app, is partnering with RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) to feature exclusive deals and content from the animal welfare charity. As well as the latest news, users of the bigDL app can enjoy a host of deals and offers when purchasing products from the charity’s 300 plus high street branches or official website store.
Available for free on iOS and Android, users can download the bigDL app from the iTunes App Store or Google Play. Users can then set RSPCA as their ‘Home Store’ and be the first to see all the new deals, offers and news.
Alongside saving money on RSPCA items, users can be kept up to date with fundraising campaigns and events taking place around the country, offering a chance to sign up and take part while members will be able to make charitable donations through the app in the future.
Matt Norbury, Founder and CEO at bigDL,said: “Working with such a leading charity as RSPCA shows how our platform can be tailored to suit any partner looking to increase its audience. Our versatile app can help the animal welfare organisation reach a wider range of consumers and supporters while helping raise awareness of the charity’s good work and further its fundraising activity.”
Daniel Baker from RSPCA’s fundraising team, said: “We are really excited and looking forward to working with bigDL. This app gives us a great tool to communicate with supporters about all our fantastic deals, news and fundraising campaigns.”
bigDL is the most comprehensive bird-eyes view of deals for shoppers featuring deals from over 70,000 leading high street and online retailers. It has recently launched the Big Deal Wheel on its app, where users can spin to win a guaranteed prize every day. Prizes include cash amounts, bundles of reward points (epoints) as well as prize draw entries to win big cash prizes, televisions, tablets and exclusive coupons.
bigDL also supports the epoints loyalty scheme that rewards points for shopping in over 2,000 online retailers including Marks & Spencer, Argos, House of Fraser, John Lewis and Debenhams. Users can then spend the epoints they have earned on more than 1.5m items on the epoints store, such as music, games, films, electronics, computing, home and garden, toys and games.