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Free 5,000 More Points (£5 Morrisons voucher) for Students signing up to More for Students @ Morrisons

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Posted 24th Sep 2018
Just seen Morrisons are running a promotion for Students, when you signup to More for students (student loyalty programme) you get a free 5,000 points which is effectively a £5 voucher. Offer period is 3rd September to 7th October.

Cant see any terms around points fulfillment but will add to the post when i find out the info.



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Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.

it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points
Save a fiver every week, shop at Aldi or Lidl, No need for daft loyalty cards.
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Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.

it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points
HankHandsome24/09/2018 11:15

Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume …Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points


Yeah but u will have a fiver off. Or you could have not collected the points and got nothing off.. if you have to shop somewhere and they have a reward program use it. Else ur right there is not much point
They've had offers recently for 5000 points when you buy a £25 Amazon voucher. Worth having for those events alone.

Need a .ac.uk address to verify student status
Very expensive place to shop for students on a budget. Way cheaper at aldi or lidl for them.
Cant see anything on the website.

is there a direct link?
2004ns24/09/2018 11:28

Cant see anything on the website.is there a direct link?



here's the link

my.morrisons.com/mor…ts/

The promo was on their twitter page, I cant see anything on their site currently.
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 24th Sep 2018
HankHandsome28 m ago

Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume …Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points


I maxed out when the gift card offer came about.
how do you prove you're a student
freccle13 m ago

how do you prove you're a student


By educating yourself !
justanothercid44 m ago

Yeah but u will have a fiver off. Or you could have not collected the …Yeah but u will have a fiver off. Or you could have not collected the points and got nothing off.. if you have to shop somewhere and they have a reward program use it. Else ur right there is not much point


you're missing the point. for someone on a low budget who doesn't do a massive weekly shop, this particular card is pointless so there's little point in trying to attract students to it. if you want a one-time £5 off your shopping then fair enough, go for it, but most students will have finished their education by the time the next £5 comes around.

tesco and sainsburys loyalty cards are a better bet as at least you can get a fairly regular points income.
freccle27 m ago

how do you prove you're a student


taken from morrisons FAQs

Yes - More for Students is a club especially designed for University students. You must have a valid university email address ending with .ac.uk that you can use to verify your account.
Chanchi3224/09/2018 11:39

here's the linkhttps://my.morrisons.com/more/students/The promo was on …here's the linkhttps://my.morrisons.com/more/students/The promo was on their twitter page, I cant see anything on their site currently.



I have astudent email address but already have a morriosns card. do I need to make a new card?
2004ns24/09/2018 12:17

I have astudent email address but already have a morriosns card. do I …I have astudent email address but already have a morriosns card. do I need to make a new card?




Yes - looking at the promo ad says signups between 3d September and 7th October, so would need to be in this period to qualify.
Save a fiver every week, shop at Aldi or Lidl, No need for daft loyalty cards.
Poor offer compared to Co-op's 10% NUS discount. Morrisons clearly don't understand what students actually want.
How does this card actually work? Had about 4000 points a few months ago after accumulating for years and suddenly points dropped to 400 odd nothing through post or email.
Edited by: "sydney871" 24th Sep 2018
justanothercid2 h, 6 m ago

Yeah but u will have a fiver off. Or you could have not collected the …Yeah but u will have a fiver off. Or you could have not collected the points and got nothing off.. if you have to shop somewhere and they have a reward program use it. Else ur right there is not much point



I think the point is that if a company is going to offer a reward programme, they should make it attractive. When it first came out as 'match & more' I was getting £1-5 off most visits because they were more expensive that the competition and were matching. Clearly they dropped the 'match' part as it was costing them too much, which says something about their prices... and their scheme has actually made me look elsewhere and now happily shop at Aldi more often than not.

The chap who has taken 4 years to almost get £5 off... well it makes their 'loyalty' reward seem a bit greedy. You give us £1000 of sales and we will give you a fiver. Nectar is the same measly 0.5% at Sainsburys but at least they do double up deals now and then. But if these big supermarkets want to overcome the loss of customers to the discounters (Aldi/Lidl) they need to try a bit harder! A lot harder!
2004ns1 h, 12 m ago

I have astudent email address but already have a morriosns card. do I …I have astudent email address but already have a morriosns card. do I need to make a new card?



Good to see that Uni acceptance standards are being maintained (it's not like it was even posted via mobile!).
FINALLY , got my first £5 voucher the other day. I know the rate you earn is pretty poor but £5 after spending like £1000 is still better than nothing.

Majority of that was from petrol, don’t think Morrison’s is as good for offers as Tesco or Asda. We shop around since every supermarket and budget store is within 1-2 miles of each other near us
Edited by: "wiggywig" 24th Sep 2018
freccle2 h, 39 m ago

how do you prove you're a student


Dress like a bum, rip your jeans and stick some pot noodles in your basket.
Chanchi3224/09/2018 12:20

Yes - looking at the promo ad says signups between 3d September and 7th …Yes - looking at the promo ad says signups between 3d September and 7th October, so would need to be in this period to qualify.


Think it actually states that you need to hold a More card membership before you can become a student member. I've been a More card member for a few years and was going to sign up to be a student. Now wondering if you need to do both sign-ups in the qualifying period.
They’ve really tightened the screws on this More card now, it’s pretty pointless. I used to get a £5 voucher every couple of weeks if I did my weekly shopping and petrol filling there.
It’s at least 10 times slower to accumulate enough points for a voucher now and they’ve stopped chucking extra points around in deals.

It’s not worth having anymore - and they’ve bumped the £3 meal deal up to £3.50
I get the £5 voucher regularly, I get offers all the time for extra points if I buy certain things, if it is something I would normally get I will as long as the price isn’t ridiculous, I also get extra points if I spend over a certain amount. I got the email today and it says exclusive discounts for students, so maybe the do have something planned for the students.
Pointless card, you cant even use your voucher to buy Morrisons Fuel and as others say, you will spend years and years and years to get a £5, nectar is far better
MisterNippy16 m ago

Pointless card, you cant even use your voucher to buy Morrisons Fuel and …Pointless card, you cant even use your voucher to buy Morrisons Fuel and as others say, you will spend years and years and years to get a £5, nectar is far better




I'm not quite getting all the negativity on here. The offer is for a free £5 of points for Students which they can redeem for groceries, it's not costing any money, its effectively a free £5. What's so bad about that? Thought was a decent offer for Students.

With regards to the ongoing loyalty scheme, debatable what kind of value you get from any supermarket loyalty scheme these days for everyday grocery shopping and the trend for a while has to been a significant reduction in rewards e.g. clubcard changes, asda closing APG etc
HankHandsome24/09/2018 11:15

Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume …Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points



have you not registered your More card on their website? every so often they email me with an offer of spend £40 get 4,000 points,
ive got 7x £5 vouchers from the last 7 months and i only shop for one,
im saving them for Xmas as they are valid for 1yr
Edited by: "cainer1" 24th Sep 2018
An on-going 10% discount for Students would be better (Like the Co-op).
Come on Morrisons, get with the times.
cainer110 m ago

have you not registered your More card on their website? every so often …have you not registered your More card on their website? every so often they email me with an offer of spend £40 get 4,000 points, ive got 7x £5 vouchers from the last 7 months and i only shop for one, im saving them for Xmas as they are valid for 1yr


To be honest I can't remember, but I'll check. Although the chances of me spending £40 quid on a single shop are pretty much zero.
MrWani24/09/2018 14:24

Think it actually states that you need to hold a More card membership …Think it actually states that you need to hold a More card membership before you can become a student member. I've been a More card member for a few years and was going to sign up to be a student. Now wondering if you need to do both sign-ups in the qualifying period.




I’ve just logged in with my account and ‘upgraded’ to student status on it, so no need for a new card if you already have one. That being said, it also gave me the option to sign up for a new card, so whether you’re an existing customer or don’t already hold a card, all students are eligible
Everyone should know that all these cars schemes work in favour of the supermarkets. They’re just data analytics tools, it’s like logging in to Facebook and being traveled around the web, same here scan your card (login) and provide all your shopping data.

They’ll give you £5 but will makes £1000s off you.

I prefer Tesco Clubcard imo.
Thumbnail25th Sep 2018

Everyone should know that all these cars schemes work in favour of the …Everyone should know that all these cars schemes work in favour of the supermarkets. They’re just data analytics tools, it’s like logging in to Facebook and being traveled around the web, same here scan your card (login) and provide all your shopping data. They’ll give you £5 but will makes £1000s off you.I prefer Tesco Clubcard imo.


They're all sh*t nowadays. Might earn £5-£10 over the year if you're lucky.
None of them are worth even carrying around or digging out of your wallet.
the point is get the card get the fiver spend the fiver on quality street. eat the sweets junk the card. job done end of discussion.
HankHandsome24/09/2018 11:15

Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume …Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points



you obviously haven't signed up to promos or have the app. They offer me an extra 2000 points on a regular basis if I spend £20 / £30 depending on the offer.
Babbler25/09/2018 09:06

you obviously haven't signed up to promos or have the app. They offer me …you obviously haven't signed up to promos or have the app. They offer me an extra 2000 points on a regular basis if I spend £20 / £30 depending on the offer.


well if you can afford to spend that much in one go on a single shop then good for you. i can't.
Babbler3 m ago

you obviously haven't signed up to promos or have the app. They offer me …you obviously haven't signed up to promos or have the app. They offer me an extra 2000 points on a regular basis if I spend £20 / £30 depending on the offer.


Every month they send me a offer of 5000pts on a spend of £40 but it's rare I take up the offer as they are expensive and your not really saving anything.
HankHandsome25/09/2018 09:09

well if you can afford to spend that much in one go on a single shop then …well if you can afford to spend that much in one go on a single shop then good for you. i can't.



Fair enough... £20 on a weekly shop for a family is not much. So might not be a good card for you but it is for the average UK shopper.
Babbler25/09/2018 09:11

Fair enough... £20 on a weekly shop for a family is not much. So might not …Fair enough... £20 on a weekly shop for a family is not much. So might not be a good card for you but it is for the average UK shopper.


most loyalty cards aren't good for single people, but i do think this morrisons one is one of the worst.
HankHandsome1 m ago

most loyalty cards aren't good for single people, but i do think this …most loyalty cards aren't good for single people, but i do think this morrisons one is one of the worst.


For your circumstances perhaps... but Ive had 4 x £5 vouchers off them in the last year and I only used them once a month if that... my main shop is done in aldi.
HankHandsome24/09/2018 11:15

Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume …Absolutely pointless card for single people on a budget, so i assume students would be the same.it's taken me four years to get to 4,555 points


I'm single and on a very tight budget, I've received a few vouchers since the scheme started. You sure you're remembering to scan your card every time you shop?
jamie605093 m ago

I'm single and on a very tight budget, I've received a few vouchers since …I'm single and on a very tight budget, I've received a few vouchers since the scheme started. You sure you're remembering to scan your card every time you shop?


I'll admit there have been times where I haven't scanned it because I've never felt it was worth it but i do scan it 99% of the time.

It is what it is i suppose. I know when i finally get that free fiver, i'm going to buy a monster cream cake and take it to my mum's house to share it with the family then i'll likely just cut the card up and forget about it.
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