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St. Patrick's Day 2024 Free Trial Promotion

What is this Promotion about?

As part of the St. Patrick’s Day 2024 Free Trial Promotion (the “Promotion”), Revolut is offering its selected existing retail customers residing in Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovakia and United Kingdom (the “Eligible Markets”) the opportunity to receive a Premium Paid Plan subscription with no subscription fee for a certain period (the “Free Trial”).

These terms and conditions (the “Promotion Terms”) set out the rules that apply to this Promotion. When participating in this Promotion, you must comply with these Promotion Terms, as well as:

To take part in this Promotion, you must meet the eligibility criteria and complete the required steps set out in these Promotion Terms between 00.00 UTC on 15 March 2024 and 11:59 UTC on 18 March 2024. We call this the “Promotion Period”.

Who is eligible for this Promotion?

To be eligible for this Promotion, you must:

have an active Revolut Personal account and be on the Standard subscription plan. To have an “active” account, you need to have completed our signup process, passed Revolut’s Know Your Customer (“KYC”) checks, your account must not be suspended, closed or restricted in any way, and you must also have a positive account balance;

  • have a residential address in an Eligible Market; and
  • have received an email or in-app push notification directly from us, inviting you to take part in this Promotion.

How do I start my Free Trial?

To start your Free Trial, please follow the steps below:

  • Click on the unique link in the email or in-app push notification that we sent to you. Once you click on the link, you will be taken to the Promotion dashboard in the Revolut App which will tell you how many months of Free Trial you have received. You can choose to either accept or decline the Free Trial.

Right to cancel

You have the right to cancel your subscription plan within the Free Trial (your “cooling off period”), after which normal cancellation rules will apply. This means that:

  • if you don’t cancel your subscription within the cooling off period, you will automatically be registered for a 12-month subscription of the Premium Paid Plan subscription; and
  • normal fees for downgrading your Paid Plan subscription will apply (see the “Fees for downgrading your Paid Plan subscription” section of the Paid Plan Terms for more information).

Physical Revolut card

If you order a card during your Free Trial but decide to cancel your Premium Paid Plan subscription during your cooling off period, you will have to pay us the fee for the delivery of the card. Please refer to the Premium Plan Fees page to see the fees associated with card delivery.

What other legal information should I know?

  1. We may change, suspend or end the Promotion earlier than the end date we’ve mentioned above if, in our reasonable opinion, the Promotion is being abused or may negatively affect Revolut’s goodwill or reputation. We may do this on an individual or promotion-wide basis. Please contact Support if you believe you qualify for a particular benefit in relation to the Promotion that has not been awarded to you as a result of this early suspension or termination.
  2. If we need to change, suspend or end the Promotion before the end of the Promotion Period, we will announce this in the same way the Promotion was announced and, where possible, we will try to give you notice through an email, push notification and/or in-app Inbox message. Any changes to the Promotion Terms will not affect your rights, if you have already participated in the Promotion.
  3. Events beyond the control of Revolut may also occur that render the awarding of a Free Trial as part of this Promotion impossible. Revolut will not be liable for any loss, whether directly or indirectly suffered, as a result of an event outside of its control.
  4. If we have reasonable grounds to believe that you have engaged in any fraud or material abuse of this Promotion (such as for example attempting to obtain an unfair advantage through deception) we may in our sole discretion take any actions we see fit in the circumstances.
  5. If you close your Revolut Personal account or your account becomes suspended or restricted before we grant you your Free Trial, you will lose your entitlement to it.
  6. Revolut needs to process your personal data to perform our obligations under these Promotion Terms. For more information about how we handle personal data, see our Customer Privacy Notice.
  7. These terms are published in English and any translation is a courtesy and an unofficial translation only. Participants of the Promotion cannot derive any rights from the translated version. The English language version of these terms shall apply and prevail and be conclusive and binding. The English version shall be used in any legal proceedings. If, however, by law the local language should be used, the local language shall prevail.

This Promotion is organised and offered to you by the Revolut group entity that provides you with your Revolut Personal account. If you have a complaint about this Promotion, you can raise it directly with them. Please see below for the registered addresses of each Revolut group entity or branch and the relevant laws and courts that have jurisdiction to determine any dispute you may have in relation to this Promotion. You can also rely on the mandatory consumer protection rules of the country where you live.

Revolut group entity/branch

Registered address

The law that applies to these Promotion Terms

Which courts have jurisdiction

Revolut Ltd

7 Westferry Circus, London, E14 4HD

English law

The courts of England and Wales.

Revolut Bank UAB

Konstitucijos ave. 21B, 08130 Vilnius, the Republic of Lithuania

Lithuanian law

The courts of Lithuania (or in the courts of any EU Member State where you reside).

Revolut Bank UAB acting via its branch in the Netherlands

Barbara Strozzilaan 201, 1083HN Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Dutch law

The competent courts of the Netherlands.