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“Points to read...”

published 18/04/2009

Earn points for somethng you would get anyway

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Let’s face it, money for nothing is something that no-one would snub. Whether that is winning some money on the lottery, using your clubcard at Tesco, or, as I’m sure a number of you will obviously like – getting money from your reviews here on Ciao. I tend to be rather stingy sometimes, and hate...

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“Mastercard for book lovers”

published 21/10/2007

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I must admit that I do love my loyalty cards, and I tend to collect them wherever I go, regardless of how much I actually shop in the particular shop in question! Luckily I noticed at the beginning of the year that my branch of Waterstones was one of a few in the country who were going to trail a...

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“A Must for Bibliomaniacs”

published 29/12/2008

Allows me to earn money back on uni-related book b...

Loyalty can stop you from shopping around

Being a bibliomaniac since childhood, I have always spent far more time and money than is healthy in bookstores. Thus, when I spotted the signs advertising a Waterstones' reward card, I signed up as soon as I could. The reward scheme is simple. For every £1 spent in-store or online, 3 points are...

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Excellent

Free, easy to accumulate, good bonuses

Poor website section for tracing card points

I'm a big fan of store cards that reward customers for loyalty. Initially when the Waterstones card was launched, I assumed that it was linked to a credit card (as the M&S card is for example) and I try to avoid racking up credit. So one day when I was stocking up on my next little pile of books...

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Excellent

Quick to accumulate points & freedom for part poin...

Like any reward card, you need to spend ALOT of mo...

If you look in my purse you will see a variety of loyalty cards from a number of different retailers. My favourite of all of them is the Waterstones Points Card. It's not that they are particularly generous at 3 points per £1 spent, but that each point is worth 1p. I have quite quickly...

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published 18/01/2012

how do i register my waterstones card please Please use a maximum of 450 characters.
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