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“Cash Card.”

published 25/09/2014

You can get money back...

but only if the company made any in the first inst...

The Co-op Dividend Card is one that has changed over the years and has taken on two or three resurrections to my mind, however I am going to write about it in its more recent format! Please do tell me if you feel that this is wrong, and that I should ask for it to be moved to another place. The...

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Easy To Obtain, High Rewards

Points Can Only Be Redeemed At The Store You Obtai...

I recall when I was a young kid helping my mother stick CO-OP stamps into books. A book full of these stamps could be redeemed against a pounds worth of goods at the check out, or even deposited into a CO-OP bank account. My mother had an account and saved this money up throughout the year for...

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Easy to register, high rewards

Lose rewards if you forget your card

Lots of supermarkets have loyalty cards these days and I probably have every one available. However I have found the Co-op Dividend Card to be the best and I give you the information as to why. What is a loyalty card? A loyalty card looks just like a credit card but without the power or danger of...

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“Dirt on Dividend”

published 27/05/2004

Good if you spend a lot

Must remember your card and vouchers!

I've worked for the Co-op for nearly two years, since they took over the GT Smith chain of supermarkets where I worked in Castleford. One of the new things that we immediately had to learn was all about DIVIDEND. A lot of reviewers on this site seem to be confused. The dividend this review is...

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Good

The only card where vouchers can be swapped for ca...

The Co-op can be slightly more expensive, not all ...

Wow, we all want free cash but there is always a catch, isn't there? Inevitably, yes, but with this card, there are fewer catches. Most other schemes allow you to save up points on a card to redeem against goods or convert the points into money off vouchers to use against goods. The Co-op scheme...

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Lots

You can only spend the rewards at co-op

I have had one of these for a while now and already have recieved a lot of money back off it. Just want to point something out to the people saying you loose rewards if you forget your card, as long as you still have your receipt, at least at the co-op I go to, you can bring your receipt and card...

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“Loyalty cards, Con or Carrot”

published 15/03/2003

easy to use with tangible rewards that impact on y...

you need to have a coop nearby to use and the prod...

Ever got confused with the amount of points and rewards systems on offer? I carry a whole set in a separate wallet. They are all shiny plastic cards potentially promising great rewards and incentives for my patronage. Unfortunately one experience seems to suggest a lesser level of service for...

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cash reward not points, fast accumulating

not all co-ops participate in dividend

The co-op dividend card has been running in many co-ops nationwide since about 1995, enabling the majority of co-op customers to accumulate money throughout the year from their spends in store. Dividend has currently paid out about £146 million in total to customers. For every one pound you spend...

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Not for me

used to be good, but NOT ANYMORE!!!

RUDE STAFF, EXPENSIVE PRODUCTS, AND NO REWARD INVO...

Had the dividend card for nearly 5 years now, prices gone up dramatically in the past year at the Co-Op, so the only real reason I have been shopping there is due the normally good annual dividend pay out. Normally, I 'd recieve a dividend payout of around £30 - £40 every six months. Do they...

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Excellent

“divi-divi-dividend”

published 19/07/2003

Points add up quickly and can be swapped for cash

Co-op stock a limited range of products.

Wherever you live, you will probably find that within 5-10 minutes walk you have a small co-op store. I find this very handy when I run out of products last minute, or simply do not want to walk further to the local tesco. The co-op, like many supermarkets and large stores, has it's own loyalty...

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Satisfactory

Each card is a share in the company

Takes a very long time to get any money back

I work for PSW Co-Op, and having read other comments about the dividend card, have to say that our dividend card is completely different. The card can be used in any one of the 60 or so Co-Ops in South Devon; excluding Brixham - but not in any of the other South West Counties. Applications cost...

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“The Divi is back”

published 14/05/2006

Allows you to get a little back from your shopping

points are not allocated if you do not remember th...

If your local shop is a Co-op and you use it regularly it is worth getting a Dividend card. In addition to the money you accumulate when you buy goods you are also entitled to a share in the Co-op's profits. Near to home we have a co-op local store, it is OK for basics like milk and bread but you...

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Excellent

Money off vouchers at different times of the year,...

Costs a pound to join (which is taken out of the f...

The Co Op group have recently brought out a new card called the Members card. This will replace the old Dividend card. From December the old Dividend cards will be completely replaced by the member's cards. The advantage of having a Members card is that you will get a bigger share of the profits...

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Excellent

published 24/03/2008

Can take a while to arrive in the post, but if you save your receipts the points can be added once you have your card (and if you forget it too, unlike what it says on here). You also get a small share of the profits in vouchers too. I think this card is really worthwhile. Often get vouchers to get extra bonus points. Only downside is now its a minimum spend of £2 rather than £1.

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published 25/10/2010

more a question about the old stamps since my nan had passed away i have come across a load of blue stamps not stuck in a book or anything while...
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