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About 4,7 billion rubles are needed to extend the cashback for tours in Russia

About 4,7 billion rubles are needed to extend the cashback for tours in Russia
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The extension of the tourist cashback program for the purchase of tours in Russia will cost the budget 4,7 billion rubles. The final decision on financing and the timing of the program will be considered at the next government meeting.

As they write "News", Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered to extend the program until the end of the year. Since 2020, about one million citizens have used cashback, who were able to return almost four billion rubles for vouchers.

Additional financing must be agreed with the Ministry of Finance. Industry representatives supported this program, noting its effectiveness.

The first program was adopted in August 2020 of the year... Cashback is issued when paying online for a trip or tour with a MIR card, part of the cost is returned within five days. It was previously reported that minimum refund amount will be five thousand rubles, and the maximum - 15 thousand rubles. The cost of a tour in Russia must be at least 25 thousand rubles. In 2021, this program has already planned to allocate about two billion rubles.
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