Welcome to easyCashback

loyalty programme

Receive cashback from your every day shopping online and in store with all our retailers around Europe and specially from the easy® family of brands.

We offer two levels of memberships:

Entry Level and Premium Level, which differ in amounts of cashback, promotions and deals.

Link a card to your membership and take advantage of cashback from thousands of in-store offers from shops, department stores, restaurants, and even grocery stores.

 

All in the spirit of “more for less”

Sign up today and be the first to know about the launch date!

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The easy business

A strategic decision made during the IPO process was that Stelios decided to retain ownership of the ‘easy’ brand, (including easyJet) in his private investment vehicle, easyGroup, based in Monaco and London.

As a result easyGroup now enjoys a steady and predictable income from licensing the easy brand to many businesses including the airline in return for a royalty based on their turnover (not profits).

The easy brand has been extended and licensed to many other sectors – all dedicated to offering consumers more value for less.

Stelios continues to look for carefully selected partners with whom to extend the brand further. With every additional business brand partner, each further business activity and new geographical market into which the easy mark is extended, the equity in the easy brand is strengthened. easyGroup now owns more than 1000 registered trademarks within the easy family of brands all over the world and takes its protection from unauthorised use very seriously.

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Please visit easyHistory and read about the emasing story of how Sir Stelios created the easy® brand, where it all started and how it became the highest recognized and apriciated brand it is today.

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The Stelios Philanthropic Foundation’s mission is to support a diverse range of charitable activities, primarily in places where the founder has lived and worked – the UK, Greece, Cyprus and Monaco.

 

How does the Foundation give its support ?

1. HELPING THE NEEDIEST PEOPLE IN GREECE AND CYPRUS WITH “FOOD FROM THE HEART”.

This program, started in 2013, offers each and every working day – without discrimination – snacks to people who register and ask for them. On average we give food to 200,000 people who come to our distribution centres each month.

– Find out more on Food From the Heart
– Find out more on Food From the Heart Greece

2. PROMOTING LASTING PEACE ON THE ISLAND OF CYPRUS.

Each year we offer several bi-communal awards to teams comprising one Turkish Cypriot and one Greek Cypriot, who are cooperating on the island. Each winning team is granted a €10,000 cash prize. Since 2009, the total value of the awards granted to bi-communal collaboration amounts to €3,250.000.

– Find out more on promoting peace in the island of Cyprus

3. DONATING MONEY TO OTHER CHARITIES WITH A DIVERSE RANGE OF CAUSES – MAINLY IN THE FOUR HOME COUNTRIES NAMED ABOVE.

In the event of a major disaster additional funds are directed to alleviate suffering. For example, 505,000€ were given in Nov 2018 to the relatives of 94 people who passed away during the fires outside Athens earlier that summer.

– More on Grants

4. SUPPORTING DISABLED ENTREPRENEURS WITH CASH PRIZES TO STIMULATE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND JOB CREATION IN THEIR COMMUNITIES.

In the UK an award is operated in conjunction with Leonard Cheshire, a charity that focuses on helping disability. Prizes are awarded to those disabled people who have started their own business.

– More on supporting disabled entrepreneurs

5. FUNDING SCHOLARSHIPS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

to attend schools and universities where the founder was himself educated.(Doukas High School in Athens ,LSE and City University in London).