Co-op Dividend Card

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... 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 falling into debt. It will have your membership number printed on it and the ... Read review

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One of the best loyalty cards - The Dividend Card

AdvantagesEasy to register, high rewards

DisadvantagesLose rewards if you forget your card

"...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 falling into debt. It will have your membership number printed on it and the logo of the relevant company on the front; some may even print your name. The back has a swipe strip and details about what to do if you lose ..." Read review
02.02.2006

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Where Points Mean Money Off Your Bill!

AdvantagesEasy To Obtain, High Rewards

DisadvantagesPoints Can Only Be Redeemed At The Store You Obtain Your Card From

"...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 Christmastime. Oh those were the good old days, but sadly those days are now gone. These days the CO-OP Supermarket Stores have abandoned their savings stamps and moved into the 21st ..." Read review
08.10.2006

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Community Level 1nickbrazel

nickbrazel

Dirt on Dividend

AdvantagesGood if you spend a lot

DisadvantagesMust 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 about and most reviews are about is the Dividend card operated by the Co-operative Group (CWS) Limited. There is not just ONE co-op in Britain, there are ..." Read review
27.05.2004

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Community Level 4Littleswamp1

Littleswamp1

They've a decent scheme so we have to-get a card!

AdvantagesThe only card where vouchers can be swapped for cash.

DisadvantagesThe Co-op can be slightly more expensive, not all societies offer the divi.

"...to use against goods. The Co-op scheme is slightly different as will be explained. Bit of Background ------------------------- Most of us have heard of the Co-op movement, haven't we? Surely most of us will answer Yes. Sadly, there are different societies within the Co-op movement. For Example, in the Lincoln area, they have their own society dividend card that is slightly different to the national scheme. And be warned, it is not possible ..." Read review
20.06.2005

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Community Level 4anakha6

anakha6

Get money back from your shopping!!!

AdvantagesLots

DisadvantagesYou can only spend the rewards at co-op

"...receipt, at least at the co-op I go to, you can bring your receipt and card back and they will put the points on for you. === Ease of Registration === Very easy to apply for, just pick up a form in your local co-op, fill it out and send it off. and there you go. The card only costs a pound so well worth it as you will re-make this very quickly indeed. 5/5 === Speed of accumulation === Fairly fast. You get 1p per every pound you spend ..." Read review
26.09.2008

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