What are cookies and what do they do?
Cookies track things like how long a visitor spends on our website and what visitors do on our website (which pages they visit and which buttons they click on, for example). Cookies collect this information and share it with us, the website owner.
Cookies help us understand who uses our website and how we can improve it. For instance, we can understand which pages of our website are most popular with certain kinds of visitors. This allows us to understand what visitors like about our website and how we can make it more attractive for other visitors.
Most of the cookies we use on our website are 'persistent' cookies. This means that they remain on your device until you erase them or they expire. The rest of these cookies are 'session' based which are more temporary in duration. This means they will be erased when you close your internet browser.
We use the following types of cookies:
- Necessary cookies
Necessary cookies are placed on our website by default. You can turn off these cookies on your device if you don't want us to use necessary cookies but it might impact your ability to browse our website. We need necessary cookies to help us to run our website, and to help us detect any problems with it. For example, we use a cookie that tells us how busy the server is based on the number of visitors and that tells us if any users experience problems so that we can resolve the problems as soon as possible.
- Analytics and advertising cookies
These allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to our website, and see how visitors browse our website, so we can understand how our website content is performing and improve it where necessary. We use third party cookies for this purpose and we've explained in the table below the specific cookies we use.
Advertising and analytics cookies also allow us to see what pages, links and sub-domains visitors have visited so we can provide more relevant ads. We may share this information with other organisations, such as Google, Facebook and LinkedIn, for the same purpose.
Please see the section below for more detail about which advertising and analytics cookies we use and why.
What cookies do we use?
These are the advertising and analytics cookies we use on our website and the purposes for which we use them:
Tells us how our ads on Bing are working and what kinds of users are interested in Revolut.
A cookie that tracks when a user is about to leave the Revolut website. It asks them to provide their email address so we can tell them a bit more about Revolut and our promotions.
Enables us to detect when a user has arrived on the Revolut website by clicking on a Revolut ad on another site or as a result of a referral or reward advertised on another site.
Tells us how our ads on Facebook are working and what kinds of users are interested in Revolut.
To record page views relating to careers, and inform us if someone applies for a job through the careers page of the Revolut website.
A cookie that shows us how effective our Revolut ad campaigns are by tracking how many users click through to our website from a particular ad, and the demographic of those users.
Allows us to see how many users are on the Revolut website, which pages they are visiting and track how many visitors joined Revolut.
Part of our testing platform to help us understand whether any changes we've made to Revolut website pages have been well received.
Google Tag Manager
This cookie controls other cookies on the website.
Intercom is a tool that allows users to chat to Support through our website. It uses a script with a visitor cookie associated with it.
Tells us how often people are clicking on our ads on LinkedIn and are taken to the jobs board on the Revolut website.
Tells us how our ads on Twitter are working and what kinds of users are interested in Revolut.
Tells us about your page visits and actions (clicks & conversion) on our website when you have engaged with our marketing content on other websites. We use this information to measure the effectiveness of the marketing content we publish.
TV Squared Pixels
Tell us the number of visitors who come to our website when we run TV advertising campaigns so that we can measure the effectiveness of these campaigns.
The Podsights Tag is used to analyse and attribute the effectiveness of podcast advertising by understanding the actions visitors take on our website after hearing one of our podcast adverts.
What about Revolut Junior?
We do not use advertising cookies on the Revolut Junior section of our website.
We recognise that many of the visitors to this section of our website will be children. We do not want to track Revolut Junior users or send them direct marketing.
Can I change my preferences?
Yes. You can manage your cookies preferences by visiting this page. You can also manage your cookie preferences through our pop-up cookie banner that appears when you first visit the website.
You can also manage your preferences by changing your browser settings on your device to refuse the use of all or some cookies. However, if you block all cookies (including necessary cookies), you may not be able to use all or some parts of our website. You may also find that you are shown information on our website that is less interesting to you.
We'll let you know if we change what cookies we use
If we change the cookies we use, we will update this Cookies Policy. You always can find the latest version of this Policy on our website.