Rewards4golf.com is a free revolutionary rewards scheme where golfers earn points for every pound they spend with some of the UK’s most popular retailers including Asda, Tesco, John Lewis, Currys, Marks & Spencer, Halfords and Amazon.
Golfers can then redeem those points to claim a host of top-of-the-range golfing rewards such as golf balls, equipment, accessories, shoes and clothing or even golfing breaks.
The scheme is the first of its kind anywhere in the world and its innovative technology means points are automatically collected whenever a registered credit or debit card is used with a participating retailer – meaning there is no need to carry a separate loyalty card. The initial registration of a card takes place online and is completely free of charge.
Golfers can earn points by shopping with more than 200 online retailers and around 3,000 high street outlets. To celebrate its launch, rewards4golf.com is offering a free 50 points for every card that is registered.
Colin Whitehead, commercial director at rewards4golf.com, said, “We are delighted to introduce the rewards4golf scheme to golfers and very happy at how well it has been received by golfers who have already signed up.
“The rewards on offer are fantastic and the fact that members are able to sign up more than one card and shop with such a vast array of retailers is extremely beneficial as it means they can accrue points much more quickly.
“We have some of the biggest UK retailers – both online and high street – signed up to participate in the scheme so it makes perfect sense to collect points for money that people are already spending with them.”
Golfers can sign up to the scheme at www.rewards4golf.com, where they can also browse the huge variety of rewards on offer and see the extensive list of participating retailers. They can also use the website to manage their accounts, shop with their favourite retailers and keep up-to-date with their points’ tally.
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