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Our MoneyBack partners

When you buy from our partners, you will get real money back, not just discounts or vouchers.





5% back on all transactions of €25 and above

An Post Insurance

5% back on all direct payments for car and home insurance

SSE Airtricity

10% back on direct debit payments with the SSE Airtricity MoneyBack plan

Applies to current account only. This discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other SSE Airtricity offer, discount or tariff. For the terms and conditions see

Intersport Elverys

8% back on in-store and online spending

Supermac’s 5% back on all transactions.  No minimum spend required.  Includes Supersubs and Papa John’s Pizza


5% back on all holidays

5% back on book purchases online

5% back on all purchases

How it works

Your accounts keep a running total of how much you spend with participating retailers throughout the month and you get a MoneyBack payment the following month. Money is credited to accounts on the last working day of the month following the month in which the transactions were made.

Log in to your current account or credit card account at any time to see how much money you got back. There’s no limit to what you can earn as long as you meet any minimum spend thresholds.

Then you can use your money for whatever you want from offsetting your account fees to paying for a coffee or treating yourself to something new.

Do the sums

Check out the table below to see how easy it is to get over €50 back in a month when you spend with our partners.

Retail partner

Monthly spend

% MoneyBack

MoneyBack into your account





SSE Airtricity




Intersport Elverys




An Post Insurance




Supermac's  €40 5% €2

Total MoneyBack earned this month 


Take charge of your money

Need an account to handle your daily finances? The An Post Money Current Account allows you to stay on top of your finances the easy way.

More features & benefits
An Post is authorised by the Minister for Finance to provide payment services and is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland in the provision of such services.