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Iceland Bonus Card - Double Savings Bonus £2 for every £20 you save - 29 Oct to 18th Nov @ Iceland
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Iceland Bonus Card - Double Savings Bonus £2 for every £20 you save - 29 Oct to 18th Nov @ Iceland

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Posted 29th Oct 2018
Iceland are doubling the savings bonus on their Bonus Card for a limited period (29th Oct to 18th Nov), so you will get £2 free for every £20 you save (usually £1) e.g. save £100 and get £10, so effectively 10%. Handy for extra savings on Christmas grocery shopping at Iceland / Food Warehouse.

Bonuses will be loaded onto your card 22nd November. Terms below.

Also as a reminder Students get a 10% discount on grocery shopping in November by signing up to the bonus card by the end of this month.



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Terms and Conditions

  • 1. This offer is available to registered Bonus Card customers only.
  • 2. Registered Bonus Card customers with a valid Bonus Card can earn a £2 savings bonus for every aggregate of £20 savings added to the Bonus Card between 29.10.18 and 18.11.18 inclusive (“Promotional Period”).
  • 3. To qualify for a £2 bonus, customers must add an aggregate of £20 of new savings (in one or a series of transactions) onto their Bonus Card during the Promotional Period. Multiple £2 bonuses can be earned during the Promotional Period for each aggregate of £20 of savings added, up to a maximum of £1,000 savings balance (see Bonus Card Savings terms and conditions for full details).
  • 4. Each £1 bonus earned for meeting the standard £20 milestone will be automatically added to your savings balance within 48 hours of meeting a £20 milestone. The additional £1 bonus earned for meeting the £20 milestone during the Promotional Period, will be loaded onto qualifying customer’s Bonus Cards on 22.11.18.
  • 5. Each £1 bonus earned during the Promotional Period will expire and be removed from the Bonus Card on 31.01.19.
  • 6. Bonuses will not count towards savings for the next milestone. Once a savings milestone is met with new savings, the milestone will be reset and a further total of new savings must be added to your savings balance (in one or a series of transactions) to receive your next bonus.
  • 7. Adding savings onto your Bonus Card, or receiving bonuses will not count towards any other Bonus Card spend target promotion(s) you may be invited to take part in.
  • 8. Participation in this promotion is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions.
  • 9. For full terms and conditions of this promotion
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HankHandsome29/10/2018 07:46

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


I'm confused also, what was the point of posting that? :/
If you had a bonus card in your hand, why didn't you just hand it over?
These checkout staff have a crap enough job with people deliberately making things difficult.
From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.

If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.
HankHandsome1 h, 11 m ago

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Cool story. Have you contacted a publisher? Definitely a bestseller!
HankHandsome24 m ago

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Maybe she feels comfortable talking to women more. Or maybe the moon was full. Maybe she doesn't like you. Maybe she has a crush on you.

M8, maybe stop with the brinkmanship and purchase some tampons to break the ice.
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Not bad. Better than loyalty points.
I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.

I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.

So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.

I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..
HankHandsome29/10/2018 07:46

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


I'm confused also, what was the point of posting that? :/
If you had a bonus card in your hand, why didn't you just hand it over?
These checkout staff have a crap enough job with people deliberately making things difficult.
HankHandsome24 m ago

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Maybe she feels comfortable talking to women more. Or maybe the moon was full. Maybe she doesn't like you. Maybe she has a crush on you.

M8, maybe stop with the brinkmanship and purchase some tampons to break the ice.
HankHandsome29/10/2018 07:46

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Nobody's perfect..
col1129 m ago

Nobody's perfect..



you calling my wife a liar?
With the student discount this effectively makes Iceland fresh fillet steak £20 per kilo and it's very good.
Steveyorkie29/10/2018 07:51

I'm confused also, what was the point of posting that? :/ If you had a …I'm confused also, what was the point of posting that? :/ If you had a bonus card in your hand, why didn't you just hand it over? These checkout staff have a crap enough job with people deliberately making things difficult.


How is me not being asked for a bonus card "deliberately making things difficult" ?.

Considering the fact that the checkout staff are supposed to ask you for the bonus card.
HankHandsome1 h, 11 m ago

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Cool story. Have you contacted a publisher? Definitely a bestseller!
HankHandsome29/10/2018 08:51

How is me not being asked for a bonus card "deliberately making things …How is me not being asked for a bonus card "deliberately making things difficult" ?.Considering the fact that the checkout staff are supposed to ask you for the bonus card.


Because once you wasn't asked for it you could of avoided the issue by presenting it yourself, seriously struggling to figure out why you didnt do that.
How do you get discount for students in November please?
Is it only for new bonus card customers or existing ones too
HankHandsome1 h, 26 m ago

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Maybe the cashier didn’t like the look of you.
I also always remember one day in Iceland where I'm in a queue and the cashier didn't ask me for a bonus card.
Just can't get it out of my mind.
HankHandsome29/10/2018 07:46

I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier …I always remember one day in iceland where i'm in a queue and the cashier asks the woman in front of me if she had a bonus card, so she says yes and gives it to her.I'm up next and the cashier doesn't speak a word to me. I have my bonus card in my pocket, ready to fish out if i'm asked for it but not a word.So I deliberately take a little longer packing my stuff and, lo and behold, the cashier almost immediately asks the woman behind me if she had a bonus card.I got my card out and said to the cashier "I did have one as well you know" and she just gave me a look of utter confusion ..


Cool story bro.

(I've always wanted to write that on here)
Sawb29/10/2018 09:01

Because once you wasn't asked for it you could of avoided the issue by …Because once you wasn't asked for it you could of avoided the issue by presenting it yourself, seriously struggling to figure out why you didnt do that.


So what part are you "seriously struggling" with then ?

The fact that the cashiers are supposed to ask you for your bonus card ?

Or the fact that the cashier made a particular point of asking everyone else except me ?

mb129/10/2018 09:20

Cool story bro.(I've always wanted to write that on here)



Hah, glad I could help
From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.

If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.
HankHandsome29/10/2018 09:38

So what part are you "seriously struggling" with then ?The fact that the …So what part are you "seriously struggling" with then ?The fact that the cashiers are supposed to ask you for your bonus card ?Or the fact that the cashier made a particular point of asking everyone else except me ?Hah, glad I could help


Sheesh you have a real chip on your shoulder... sounds more likely it was an honest mistake to me
gb19993 m ago

Sheesh you have a real chip on your shoulder... sounds more likely it was …Sheesh you have a real chip on your shoulder... sounds more likely it was an honest mistake to me


If there was a chip there, i would have eaten it

It's one of those things that I remember, that's all. Other people get far more worked up about it than I do and often like to tell me what i'm thinking and feeling about it.
BrianCryer29/10/2018 09:37

From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what …From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.


Dont the credit card company charge for effectively withdrawing cash on the card?
BrianCryer29/10/2018 09:37

From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what …From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.


Thanks good summary.

In OP post it says the bonus 1pound falls off on 31 Jan? What does that mean? I want to add like 100pounds as I'm always shopping there and spend it over next few months so how will they know when the bonus part has been used?
Rizo13 m ago

Thanks good summary.In OP post it says the bonus 1pound falls off on 31 …Thanks good summary.In OP post it says the bonus 1pound falls off on 31 Jan? What does that mean? I want to add like 100pounds as I'm always shopping there and spend it over next few months so how will they know when the bonus part has been used?


Ok called customer service. The promo 1 pound falls off end of Jan. So you have to use it before then. So if you top up 20pound get the 1 pound straight away then the other 1 pound on 22 Nov. If you spend 1 pound and use your card to pay after 22 Nov it will use that promo 1 pound first automatically !
BrianCryer1 h, 1 m ago

From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what …From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.


Best to scan it everytime. Because each time counts as an entry to the monthly prize draw. 50 winners each getting £100 shopping voucher.

iceland.co.uk/bon…aw/
avidcomper6419 m ago

Dont the credit card company charge for effectively withdrawing cash on …Dont the credit card company charge for effectively withdrawing cash on the card?


They don't on several of my cards. I do it in the shop and adds on as a transaction on the receipt. Not a cashback even.
avidcomper6445 m ago

Dont the credit card company charge for effectively withdrawing cash on …Dont the credit card company charge for effectively withdrawing cash on the card?


Why would it count as a cash withdrawal? It's more like buying a gift card.
USE THE BONUS CARD AS A DEBIT CARD

I've been using this little trick since the start of the year.

Put something small onto your bonus card (I deposited £10). Each time you shop in Iceland pay for your shop with your bonus card. Then in a separate transaction top up your bonus card with the amount your shopping came to. For every £20 saved you get £1 free (now £2 with this deal!) It usually takes 24 hours to get the £1 bonus added but over time you will watch your saving grow.

atm my Bonus card balance is £63 doing this trick so I should end up with around £80 by XMas. That should pay for my XMas shop. If I were to do as Iceland want then you'd have to save over £1k on the card. Doing this method gets you free £1's all the time.

The staff know me and only one cashier doesn't like doing it but it literally takes a few seconds to do. Most staff just know what to do although it can be a pain when a new trainee is on the till.

Another wee trick is keep a second card in your houshold and spend on it once per month. From time to time Iceland will send you out a bonus to meet. This is calculated on your average spend and is usually an amount that pushes you to spend more. I for instance I got a spend £30 on 10 occasions and I get a £20 bonus. That's not gonna happen but on a second card I got spend £11 on 6 shops for a £10 bonus. Much more achievable.

If you shop in Iceland anyway you might as well use this trick. I like Iceland, they are good for basics like bread and milk.

Every little helps!
BrianCryer1 h, 51 m ago

From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what …From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.


Thanks... never knew what the card did and never got any money off so always thought it was broken
Bit disappointed reading the comments that there wasn't more to the hand on loyalty cardgate scandal

Wasn't hoping for part 2 and 3 like Lord of the rings

Iceland also running promo shop £11+ 3 times by end of November, get £5

Going to keep mine in my pocket too and see what happens
Edited by: "gg1pl" 29th Oct 2018
GlentoranMark29/10/2018 11:14

USE THE BONUS CARD AS A DEBIT CARDI've been using this little trick since …USE THE BONUS CARD AS A DEBIT CARDI've been using this little trick since the start of the year. Put something small onto your bonus card (I deposited £10). Each time you shop in Iceland pay for your shop with your bonus card. Then in a separate transaction top up your bonus card with the amount your shopping came to. For every £20 saved you get £1 free (now £2 with this deal!) It usually takes 24 hours to get the £1 bonus added but over time you will watch your saving grow.atm my Bonus card balance is £63 doing this trick so I should end up with around £80 by XMas. That should pay for my XMas shop. If I were to do as Iceland want then you'd have to save over £1k on the card. Doing this method gets you free £1's all the time.The staff know me and only one cashier doesn't like doing it but it literally takes a few seconds to do. Most staff just know what to do although it can be a pain when a new trainee is on the till.Another wee trick is keep a second card in your houshold and spend on it once per month. From time to time Iceland will send you out a bonus to meet. This is calculated on your average spend and is usually an amount that pushes you to spend more. I for instance I got a spend £30 on 10 occasions and I get a £20 bonus. That's not gonna happen but on a second card I got spend £11 on 6 shops for a £10 bonus. Much more achievable.If you shop in Iceland anyway you might as well use this trick. I like Iceland, they are good for basics like bread and milk.Every little helps!



You are not using the bonus card as a debit card, you are using it as a gift card. You can use a debit card almost everywhere, an Iceland bonus card can be used only at Iceland in-store.

What you are doing isn't a trick, you could just top-up the bonus card £100 in one transaction at any time then use the bonus card to pay for your shopping. The way you are doing it is more useful for budgeting as you are effectively only topping up for the amount you have just spent, providing of course you have enough on there to cover your first transaction.

By saying it is a trick you are making it sound like you are getting something extra by using this method.
crumpetman29/10/2018 12:42

You are not using the bonus card as a debit card, you are using it as a …You are not using the bonus card as a debit card, you are using it as a gift card. You can use a debit card almost everywhere, an Iceland bonus card can be used only at Iceland in-store.What you are doing isn't a trick, you could just top-up the bonus card £100 in one transaction at any time then use the bonus card to pay for your shopping. The way you are doing it is more useful for budgeting as you are effectively only topping up for the amount you have just spent, providing of course you have enough on there to cover your first transaction.By saying it is a trick you are making it sound like you are getting something extra by using this method.



The way Iceland want you to use it is to save money on it so you shop instore at XMas. The vast majority will pay for their shopping in cash or card and then put a £1 or £2 onto the card as savings. As i mentioned above for me to gain £53 in bonus money then I'd have had to have saved £1060 on the card. Maybe debit card is the wrong wording but I'm using my balance to pay for my shop. In a way I'm exploiting the free savings. Yes I get ya about putting £100, getting a free £5 and spending like that. I may do that method next year as it saves topping up every time but it's nice to see my balance grow each time I do this.

I would still call it a trick as it is an exploit of the system to gain extra money from the store.
BrianCryer3 h, 34 m ago

From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what …From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.


My head has just exploded............aarrrrrrrrr
How much have you "saved"to the card (or rather, spent in-store using the bonus card then topping up balance from debit card) to get your £53 in bonus money? It must also be £1060. If you do a £25 shop once a week then you can top-up £25 each time or £100 at the beginning of the month. Is either method going to earn more bonus money?

I can see what you mean about people in Iceland paying with debit or cash and using the bonus card merely as a way of saving a couple of pounds here and there but it should be used for all Iceland purchases otherwise you are not getting the most out of it. This is just customers being ignorant of the product and by using the card correctly is not an exploit or a trick. Call it a tip instead.
BrianCryer5 h, 35 m ago

From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what …From reading the comments I think there is a little confusion over what the Iceland Bonus card is. It is a savings card and not a conventional loyalty card. So there is no benefit in scanning it when you go shopping. Checkout staff will typically ask you if you have one and if you do then their next question will be whether you want to save anything to the card.If (like me) you regularly shop at Iceland then the bonus card offers a great discount. Put say £100 on it (and if you charge that to your Amex card you get 1% back and if you do it via quidco you also get a further 1% back), Iceland then give you an extra £1 for every £20 pounds - or £2 during this offer, so during the offer that works out at £10 for my £100 saved. So having put £100 on the card (and got £2 back) you then get given £10. So you have £110 pounds to spend for a net outlay (if you get all the other discounts) of £98. Then each time you shop simply hand over your card and ask to pay using the balance.


You don’t get cashback on topping up. At least not online. They always decline it.
Steveyorkie29/10/2018 07:51

I'm confused also, what was the point of posting that? :/ If you had a …I'm confused also, what was the point of posting that? :/ If you had a bonus card in your hand, why didn't you just hand it over? These checkout staff have a crap enough job with people deliberately making things difficult.


Always one ain't there lol
dadempsta12 m ago

Always one ain't there lol


Yeah, that's true. Always one that's easily confused by the simple things ..
Is there a limit on how much you can top up on your bonus card @Chanchi32 let’s say I was to top up £500.00 on my bonus card would I still be eligible for the bonus. I would be getting £50.00 free bonus is that possible because there isn’t any limits. What is the expiry on the savings bonus of £50.00 going to be
argosextra1 m ago

Is there a limit on how much you can top up on your bonus card @Chanchi32 …Is there a limit on how much you can top up on your bonus card @Chanchi32 let’s say I was to top up £500.00 on my bonus card would I still be eligible for the bonus. I would be getting £50.00 free bonus is that possible because there isn’t any limits. What is the expiry on the savings bonus of £50.00 going to be


Yes. I think the limit might be £1,000. But, £550 is definitely fine.
This scheme is too complicated to understand.
argosextra1 h, 15 m ago

Is there a limit on how much you can top up on your bonus card @Chanchi32 …Is there a limit on how much you can top up on your bonus card @Chanchi32 let’s say I was to top up £500.00 on my bonus card would I still be eligible for the bonus. I would be getting £50.00 free bonus is that possible because there isn’t any limits. What is the expiry on the savings bonus of £50.00 going to be


Like I said I called iceland customer service. The 50pound expires on 31 Jan. But if you make purchases after the bonus has been added but prior to 31 Jan first 50pound taken is this so not lost.
It’s simple just top up in portions of £20 to get £1 and pay for all your shopping at Iceland with the bonus card. It’s just that for a limited period they are giving you an extra £1 for every £20 topping . The extra £1 bonus has to be used within a certain time.
Additionally they give a wee bonus for your birthday. This time they gave me a £1 cake bonus which if I bought would be an instant discount as long as I spent something else instore and used my bonus card.
Doesn't state in the terms and conditions so I presume you can

Can you and has anyone topped up their bonus card using love to shop gift card?
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