Great to have you on board with us!
Fill out your company details from the link below. Please note that signing up is a binding agreement, as we make an Edenred Massage contract based on the details you provided.
In September, we will send out your contract number and a link for finalizing your registration via e-mail. No sign-up costs or annual fees are included in the Edenred Massage partnership.
If you are already a partner for our other benefits, we still need your details to form a parallel contract for tax purposes. You will also have separate accounts for the merchant portal.
This is where our journey toward well-being starts!
After filling out your company details you can relax – you’re among the first to join our network! We will send you more information and a contract confirmation e-mail in September.
Frequently asked questions
If your company offers traditional massage and sports massage for muscle care, relaxation, and recovery, you’ll perfectly fit our network. You can join our massage network even if your company is partnering with us regarding another benefit.
The Tax Administration has defined different usage restrictions for massage benefits than, for example, for sports and culture benefits. Therefore, the massage benefit is separate from our other benefits and how they are used, so there must be a separate contract for it.
Because massage benefit can not be included in your existing contract, we need to register you to our massage network with a new contract. By doing so we are following the instructions set by the Tax Administration.
Yes, and it’s simple! Providing more than one benefit profits you, your customers, and us. The Tax Administration has defined different usage restrictions for massage benefits, that’s why you need a separate contract for it. Separate contracts also mean separate accounts for the merchant portal.
The tax exemption for the massage benefit requires strict compliance with the instructions of the Tax Administration. For this reason, companies must determine in advance the partners to whose services employees can use their massage benefits.
‘’…a massage benefit considered as a recreational activity cannot be arranged without the employer concluding contracts for this service directly with each service provider. It is therefore not sufficient to conclude a contract with the provider of a targeted payment instrument in such a way that the payment instrument is available at all its places of use without a separate agreement with that place.’’ Read more from (Finnish only) Tax Administrations page (kts. 18.104.22.168).
Edenred Massage partnership includes no sign-up or annual/monthly fees. You only pay a 4 % + tax service fee for transactions made with Edenred’s payment methods.
The fees you pay to Edenred are not fixed; the amount varies according to your own service prices. Our partnership model is risk-free because you only pay us when you get paid yourself.
We are officially launching Edenred Massage at the end of 2021. We will inform you about the exact date once it’s confirmed. AS soon as we launch, your company will show up on the merchant map so our customers will be able to find you.
In order to receive Edenred Massage payments, you must have a separate service agreement with a company that provides massage benefits to its employees, in accordance with the Tax Administration’s policy.
Edenred Massage is, as the name implies, a massage benefit that can be used to pay for massage services for muscle care, recovery, and relaxation.
The benefit is therefore intended to be used for traditional and sports massage services for recreational and leisure activities. Physiotherapy or spa services are separate from these, so they cannot be paid for with the massage benefit.
You can join the Edenred Massage network if companies offer massage services as defined by the Tax Administration: “The purpose of massage is usually to maintain muscle, recover and relax” (translated).
The massage benefit cannot, therefore, be used, for example, for physiotherapy or spa services, as instructed by the Tax Administration.: “ Physiotherapy is not a massage, but rather physiotherapy usually aims to cure or prevent any injury that has occurred. Physiotherapy provided by the employer is not a tax-free recreational or hobby activity.”(translated) Read more from the Tax Administrations pages (kts. 22.214.171.124.)
Following the instructions of the Tax Administration, you must enter into a service agreement not only with Edenred but also with a company that offers massage benefits to its employees. After choosing you as their service provider, client companies inform their employees where they can take advantage.
We have made the partnership and payment management as straightforward as possible for you. Your customers have access to the Edenred Pay mobile payment via the MyEdenred application. This way you can receive payments even without a payment terminal!
Payments can be easily managed and settled on the partner portal, where you can track Edenred Massage payment transactions in real-time and view mobile settlements.
You can take care of all matters related to the partnership on the Edenred partner portal. There, you can also conveniently update your customer information.