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Synchrony Teaming Up with TJX Companies

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Synchrony Financial has signed a renewal deal with The TJX Companies, Inc., a multi-year deal in which the issuer will continue to provide the off-price retailer of apparel and home fashions with consumer finance options, which includes the TJX Rewards and TJX Rewards Platinum MasterCard credit cards.

TJX is the company behind T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and Sierra Trading Post stores and a variety of shopping websites. With this continuation of their relationship people will keep earning rewards with their TJX Rewards or TJX Rewards Platinum MasterCard credit card. Business as usual also means they will able be able to log into their account via their mobile device, and get access to special benefits.

Getting the rewards

With TJX’s credit cards people earn rewards when they use their cards at any of the stores whether that is TJ Maxx, Sierra Trading Posts, Marshalls, Home Goods, or their online e-commerce sites. For every two hundred dollars they spend they will receive a rewards certificate valued at $10.

What about when they are shopping outside of the TJX family? Here too individuals who get the TJX Rewards Platinum MasterCard will also be able to earn earn points on all purchases, whether they are shopping at other stores, buying gas, going out, or doing anything else, as long as the venue takes MasterCard.

A long-term relationship

Since 2011 Synchrony Financial has been involved with financing TJX’s Rewards Credit Card program. And this partnership is seen as being good for both companies, as well as cardholders.

“This renewal reinforces our position as an industry leader and trusted partner in consumer financing,” said Tom Quindlen, executive vice president and CEO, Retail Card, Synchrony Financial. “We look forward to continuing our long-term, successful relationship with The TJX Companies to provide their customers with strong benefits, superior customer service and payment flexibility.”

The TJX Companies, Inc. was founded in 1956, and is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts.

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