World's First 100% Vegan PrePaid Virtual Card Launches

The card, which can exclusively be used in vegan establishments, saves you money by giving you cash back on every purchase
Vegannection card
The virtual card is available now

The world's first vegan prepaid card is now available - Vegannection is a virtual card that you use via your Smartphone.

The Vegannection card, which can only be used in 100 percent vegan establishments, gives users two percent back every time they make a payment using it.

The card can currently only be used in London, but a Vegannection spokesperson told Plant Based News that it has cardholders in 13 different countries inlcuding Belgium, Peru, Portugal, UK, Mexico, France, Hong Kong, Austria, US, Brazil, Canada, and Germany.

"In a few months, we will announce our partners from other parts of UK, and Europe," Vegannection said to PBN. "After that, we are going to start with other continents."

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They added: "We are very proud of all the feedback that we have received so far.

"Most people think this card is a perfect tool for supporting the vegan economy, vegan retailers, vegan consumers, and vegan lifestyle.

"We have a grand vision of this project, and a better world in the near future, and we are really excited to see that come to life soon."

You can find out more about Vegannection here

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