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Norwich & Peterborough goes Posh

Norwich & Peterborough Building Society is launching a football affinity account aimed at supporters of Peterborough United.


The &#34Posh account&#34 reflecting the club&#39s nickname, is designed to allow supporters to help the club financially by paying it an annual bonus based on the average of the balances held in Posh accounts.


Fans who take out a Posh account also stand to benefit from a 10 per cent discount on purchases of club merchandise in excess of £50. They also qualify for a 10 per cent discount if the choose to tie the knot and marry at Peterborough&#39s ground.


The minimum investment is £100 or £10 for the under-16s.

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