Monday, 21 August 2017


Store cards are everywhere at the moment but which is the best pic for saving up some well-earned money?

Boots Advantage Card is probably the first one I had but I love it, I only buy when they are either offering 2 for 1 offers or extra points then I leave it until December and happily buy lots of presents and it cost me nothing. It gives you four points for every £1 you spend. Each point is worth 1p so 1,000 points are the equivalent to £10.

The Sainsbury's Nectar card is very similar. You get one point on your Nectar card for every £1 you spend at Sainsbury's and other stores. You can also collect if you buy online through the nectar e-shops. Each point is worth 0.5p so 1,000 points are worth £5. You can either use the points up buying products or you can use them up on days out or cinema tickets.

Tesco has a Clubcard where you earn points at a rate of one per every pound you spend at either Tesco or at partner sites like energy company E.on. You need 1,000 to get £10 off your shopping but swapping your vouchers for Clubcard Boost tokens makes every £10 voucher worth up to £40. These can be put towards days out, holidays, hotel deals and other special offers. For the last couple of years, the amount I have saved up has bought me a year's Senior Rail Card.

Morrisons is another supermarket chain that has Morrisons More loyalty card which I have only just started. It gives you five points for every £1 you spend in-store and online. You even get 10 Morrisons More Points per litre when you buy fuel at Morrisons and 24 points for every £1 you spend on Gift Cards in the store. When you reach 5,000 points you have £5.

Superdrug offers a Beauty Card where you get 1 point for every £1 you spend and each point is worth 1p which you can use both in-store and online.

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