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Rewards the frequent traveller

Can take time to gain modest reward

I, like most people, joined the glut of loyalty schemes when they were launched eons ago for the sake of saying I have a loyalty card. Since then, I only really use 3 of them, the Morrisons scheme being one. The Card -------------- Easily identifiable luckily! It is in Morrison's corporate black...

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Excellent

“Miles More Points”

published 09/06/2004

Money off your shopping

Only for petrol

Miles More Points The Morrisons Miles loyalty scheme is available in Wm Morrison Supermarket petrol stations. (And should soon be available in the Safeway stores, now that Morrisons have brought the company) The Miles card is black and yellow, and in a plastic credit card style. It has a magnetic...

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Still save points if you forget card, no personal ...

No way of combining cards, no change given, points...

Morrisons' catchphrase is "The very best for less". Now that's highly debateable. I've no doubt that they're cheap when it comes to many things, but I take offence at the "very best" bit. I don't think so, myself. Still, they bellow it out to all who'll listen - and to those who are really trying...

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Free £5 voucher for shopping or treat

Can't have two cards on shared family account

What’s the deal? This is a customer loyalty scheme. You buy your petrol at Morrison’s Petrol stations, conveniently located on the same sites as their shops. When you pay, they swipe a card, and give you points. When you have enough points on your card, they give you a £5 shopping voucher. You...

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Excellent

“More miles to the litre”

published 18/10/2005

Best value loyalty card

Only available on petrol, lost card means lost bal...

What ever you think of Morrisons quality of service since the Safeway takeover, they should be congratulated for the "Morrisons Miles" scheme. Joining the scheme is very easy - you just pick up a card from the petrol station (no forms to fill in). The concept is that 15 of the miles are awarded...

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published 13/10/2008

I have a Tesco Clubcard Credit Card and I get 5 points for every £4 spent at Tesco. Eventhough I get extra 1 point for every £4 spend compared to a standrd Clubcard, I worked out Morrisons is still cheaper and better here is my calculation (333 litres equals £5 with Morrisons) Petrol price: £1.029 as at 13/10/08 in Bradford (West Yorkshire): £1.029 * 333 = £342.657 (£342.66 spent at morrisons to get £5 voucher) So Tesco would give a voucher for £3 (£3.42), to a normal Clubcard Customer But a Clubcard Credit Card would get approx £4 (£4.28). In my opinion stick to Morrisons unless the price exceeds £1.509 per litre of Derv or Petrol or £1.209 per litre if you have the Clubcard Credit Card. Hope this helps.

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Satisfactory

“Miles later..........”

published 09/02/2006

Free to register.

Takes a long time to gain points.

I have found personally that the Morrisons Miles Card is not the best of points schemes - mainly because it takes so long for you to collect points. Not only that, all you get once you get to a certain amount is a £5 gift voucher. Big deal! And it's not as if you can spen it on much past food, as...

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Satisfactory

The card is a nice colour and easy to find in your...

Takes a lifetime to collect enough points, so what...

I had a miles card given to me at my local Morrisons. Week after week I've dilgently filled my car with admittedly reasonably competitively priced fuel and they swiped my card. After about 5 months I started to wonder if there was something wrong with my card as no matter how often I filled up...

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published 11/06/2013

How to register Morrisons Miles Card? I need advice, pls. marta
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