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Clarus Marketing Group Launches DeliveryDeals in Great Britain, Offering U.K. Consumers 10% Cashback Every Day on Online Shopping

Consumers in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland Can Consistently Enjoy 10% Cashback as Well as Rebates on Delivery and Return Delivery Charges When They Shop Online Through DeliveryDeals, Clarus Marketing Group's First Consumer Subscription Pr

MIDDLETOWN, CT -- (Marketwired) -- 03/05/14 -- Clarus Marketing Group is pleased to announce the launch of DeliveryDeals, a subscription programme in the United Kingdom that provides consumers with 10% cashback and savings on deliveries for all of their online shopping needs.

The DeliveryDeals.co.uk website offers members a wide range of benefits, including:

  • 10% cashback every day on purchases at hundreds of top retail websites in the U.K., including Debenhams, Staples, Tesco, Ocado, Wiggle, and many others;
  • Up to £500 in rebates on delivery charges at hundreds of popular online retailers;
  • Up to £500 in rebates on return delivery charges if a member needs to return an online purchase for any reason; and
  • Exclusive access to a wide range of vouchers that offer instant deals and discounts across the Internet.

"We're excited about expanding our savings offers to the United Kingdom," said Tom Caporaso, Clarus CEO. "With DeliveryDeals, U.K. consumers enjoy a consistent 10% cashback offer on their purchases and extraordinary savings on delivery and return delivery charges at hundreds of popular online retailers, an unprecedented combination of valuable deals that benefits virtually every shopper."

Consumers can visit the DeliveryDeals website to try the programme free of charge during a trial period. Following the free trial, the membership fee is just £14.97 a month. E-commerce retailers in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland can also partner with DeliveryDeals to offer a customized version of the product, which includes a suite of benefits that can specifically target the retailer's selected audience. These customized programmes will drive repeat business to the retailer and enhance loyalty to their brand.

DeliveryDeals is Clarus Marketing Group's first launch of a consumer savings programme outside the United States and Canada. Its U.S.-based programmes include FreeShipping.com, Travel Plus, Free Shipping by MasterCard and a variety of custom programmes created specifically for retailers, cataloguers, and e-commerce companies and their customers.

About Clarus Marketing Group
The mission of Clarus Marketing, LLC, is to create great products that strengthen our clients' businesses, build brand loyalty, and foster long-term, profitable relationships by enhancing the lives of the people who use these products. Founded in 2001, Clarus has built a strong reputation as a leader in the subscription commerce industry through its flagship programme, FreeShipping.com, and its innovative, easily customizable programmes. Backed by Norwest Venture Partners (NVP), Clarus is well-positioned to continue to expand upon its success in the affinity marketing field.

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