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Kingfisher Gift Vouchers score with Golf Clubs

8.18am 18th August 2008 - Corporate

Kingfisher Gift Vouchers (which can be spent in B&Q, Comet and Woolworths as well as on-line) are becoming popular prizes in club competitions and relieve clubs of the administration and costs associated with running a members’ benefit scheme.

As well as using Kingfisher Gift Vouchers (KGV) for golf competition prizes, including hole in one, nearest the pin and longest drive, clubs are also offering all members access to KGV’s on-line package of rewards – RewardsPlus.

RewardsPlus is a web-based benefits package designed by KGV specifically for members of clubs, associations and groups.

The web-based product provides clubs with a ‘ready-made’ members’ benefit scheme, through which Kingfisher Gift Vouchers can be purchased at preferential rates. In addition, a range of exclusive golfing holiday rewards can be accessed at 7.5% discount.
More benefits are due to be added soon.

RewardsPlus relieves the club of the administration and cost burden associated with running a members’ benefit scheme. Members simply enter the website – – and navigate their way via the RewardsPlus button, through to an order page where they can purchase their Kingfisher Gift Vouchers, paying by credit or debit card.

Fulfilment and delivery direct to the member’s home is handled by the Kingfisher Gift Voucher centre. For every £100 worth of Vouchers ordered, the member will receive £5 worth free. Members also benefit from 7.5% off exclusive golfing holidays, and other additional offers are featured that are simply not available else-where. The whole RewardsPlus package is provided at no cost to the club.

Kingfisher Gift Vouchers

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