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Incentive offered for reward credit card holders

Incentive offered for reward credit card holders

Category: Credit cards

Updated: 31/10/2008
First Published: 03/10/2008

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Marks & Spencer (M&S) has announced incentives for holders of its reward credit card.

Having already run a scheme earlier this year, M&S Money has revealed that a prize draw will be held in November, with a top prize of £10,000 worth of points to be spent in M&S stores.

Customers are eligible for the draw if they use their M&S credit card to buy products such as unsecured loans and travel insurance from the company.

Deputy chief executive of M&S Money Andy Ripley stated: "Not only can our customers bag themselves some quality products but they also have a chance of winning one million points - worth £10,000 - and really reap the rewards of their M&S cards."

The offer is running until October 29th.

Last week consumers were urged to make credit card comparisons in order to find the best deals available, with press officer Michelle Slade advising that customers should ensure their card is suited to their needs.

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