New Mastercard points scheme - just register any card to get bonus points on top of any existing benefits
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New Mastercard points scheme - just register any card to get bonus points on top of any existing benefits

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Found 12th Dec 2017
Join

Register your Mastercard credit card for free – any rewards you already get on the cards will work as normal. Ice points are on top.

Shop

Simply pay for items from our retailers with a registered Mastercard and your purchases are tracked automatically. As more retailers come on board, you’ll get more rewards whenever you shop with them.

Choose

When you make a purchase with one of our retailers, you’ll get an email or text. If you don’t already have points, you’ll automatically collect points on the purchase. If you have points click the link and spend as many as you want. If you decide not to spend points you’ll collect instead.

Money back

When you spend points and any returns period from the retailer has passed, you’ll see your Ice discount as money back on your credit card bill.

Feel good

You’re doing your bit by using Ice, as we only work with retailers that do their bit for the environment. Our chartered environmentalist validates each retailer and their environmental credentials are published on this website.

Use the code WELCOME150 when you join for 150 extra free points.

14 Comments

Original Poster

The important thing about this scheme is that you get points under the scheme in addition to any benefits your card already gives you.

Use the code WELCOME150 when you join for 150 extra free points.
Edited by: "Newbold" 12th Dec 2017

So how much % are the points worth ?

Say I spend £100 at M&S with my registered M/C ... how many points do I get and what are they worth in £ when spending them ?

Its click through like TCB/quidco but not as good

it looks like the points are worth £0.01 per point and collecting points ranges from below.

The amount of points varies for each retailer - ranging from an accrual rate of one point per pound spent to a much more generous seven points per pound.

Does it override Quidco and TCB I wonder? The application with Ice required signing a disclosure form directly with MasterCard. I can’t see any retailers paying commission twice for one transaction.

I'd want to be introduced to this via MasterCard before I shared any of my financial information. Especially with what looks like a Noddy-goes-to-Toytown affiliate website. Caveat emptor.

stphnstevey1 h, 25 m ago

This from Quidco might be better …This from Quidco might be better https://www.quidco.com/quidco-high-street/how-it-works/


It might be, but the link doesn't work.

Use the code: welcome150 when joining in.
Use the code: mc200 when registering a card.

150+200 ==350 point in total for free!

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emlin12th Dec

It might be, but the link doesn't work.


Works fine

Use iNEWS10 for £10 worth of free points.

myice.com/inews/
Edited by: "jamesisasecret" 27th Dec 2017

iNEWS10 + the mc200 above = 1200 free points (£12??)

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This isn't actually run by Mastercard, but that famous company called ' Ice '.

Hmmm.
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