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How do pay you every day buys in supermarkets etc by cash debit card or credit card
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Another 'nearly' ditto. But anything up to about £10 is paid in cash. Have NEVER missed a payment in full of the cc card bill.
My contactless debit cards (4 of them used) rarely work in Aldi.
I'm convinced that the TSB ones wanted PIN so often because they didn't have to pay the 5% bonus and now the offer is nearly over they have reduced the number of requests. However, Aldi's machines didn't just 90% of the time want the TSB PINS, but also rejected my Co-op card which has never failed contactless use anywhere else( Lucky I know its PIN.)
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Ditto - since Aldi & Home Bargains have started doing contactless my cashback has more than doubled. I've never had trouble in Aldi/needed to put my pin in. It is a fairly new branch though.
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