Save on your shopping with Ice

How to save money on shopping for the things you love

Going out to your local pub with your friends and family and getting rewarded for it? Booking your summer holiday and saving extra cash on top of travel companies’ offers? Buying beautiful and stylish things that were manufactured responsibly and saving on the purchase? Is it even possible?

 

Find out how Ice® is changing loyalty market rules with its free rewards programme!

Ice® is a free loyalty programme that lets you collect or spend points for money off each time you buy from its environmentally conscious retailers using any Mastercard® credit card that you have registered with Ice, no extra loyalty card to carry.

The scheme is free to join for all Mastercard credit card users in the UK, and is always on top of any existing loyalty and rewards schemes you may have. Ice’s list of Mastercard retailers includes many of the fun things in life such as holidays and dining at more than 1,800 outlets with companies like TUI, Harvester, DFDS, First Choice, Toby Carvery and many more. The programme is also available at selected online retailers, such as John Lewis and Marks & Spencer, whether you have registered a Mastercard or not.

 

Ice special offer for Reader's Digest subscribers

Ice is offering you a chance to get FREE £5 to spend with its retailers. To benefit from this offer simply go to myice.com/rdpromo and use promo code RD500 when signing up and securely registering your Mastercard credit card. Terms and conditions apply, see website for details.

 

With Ice you can treat yourself and stay ethical

River Cottage

Ice only partners with companies that are doing their bit for the environment. A Chartered Environmentalist at Ice checks the retailer’s environmental credentials before a potential partnership is discussed.

All Ice partners have established practices to improve their sustainability profile. For example Harvester recognise that they have a responsibility to source food produced in a sustainable and ethical manner and have established an overarching sourcing policy to help deliver this. They also consider energy efficiency improvements to be a fundamental part of their everyday business activities.

When it comes to holidays Ice works with TUI, whose UK airline was ranked the world’s most climate-efficient in the 2017 atmosfair Airline Index. TUI also plans to reduce the carbon intensity of its entire operations by 10% by 2020. By that time, over ten million of its customers will be staying in hotels that meet global standards on how they’re protecting the environment, looking after staff and supporting the local community.

River Cottage is perhaps Ice’s most recognised sustainability hero. Spearheaded by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, their Cookery School and Kitchens offer locally grown seasonal and organic produce (including their own organic produce from the famous Park Farm where the Cookery School is based), local sustainable fish, and are committed to zero waste and energy efficiency.

 

What does it mean for you?

Ice’s sign-up process is simple, straightforward and secure. You simply register any Mastercard credit card so that Mastercard can track your transactions with Ice partners and Ice can give you your rewards. Registration complies with the highest level of PCI security attestation. Ice does not store your full card number and they never ask for your card’s security details.

Joining Ice is a win-win situation for you, the brands you love and the environment we all have a vested interest in protecting. 





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