How Does Iceland Bonus Card Work

Iceland is a British supermarket chain, selling mainly frozen foods. Iceland was originally founded in 1970 in Shropshire as a single store and quickly grew, the chain now has over 800 locations across the UK.

What is the Iceland Bonus Card

The Iceland Bonus Card is Iceland’s loyalty savings card. With the card you can receive exclusive bonuses and benefits such as special offers and deals on products in your weekly shop. Iceland will give you £1 for every £20 you save with the card as well as free delivery if you shop in-store or online using your card with Iceland.

How Does the Iceland Bonus Card Work

The Iceland Bonus Card is not the usually store loyalty card, instead of collecting points you save money onto the card. You can save money to your Bonus card by telling the cashier you would like to save £2 for example when at the till in Iceland, the cashier will then add a £2 saving charge onto your bill and the money will be put onto your card. You can also top up your Iceland Bonus Card by going to the website and paying online to save money onto your card.

If you would like to spend the money you have saved onto your card you can do so by telling the cashier how much you would like to spend from your card and they will take it off of your bill. You can also use your Bonus card balance online when you are shopping with Iceland using their website.

How to Apply for the Iceland Bonus Card

You can also find out your nearest store and the opening times for the store, where you can collect a card.

If you would like to sign up for an Iceland Bonus Card, you first need to collect a card from your local Iceland store. You then need to go to the Iceland Bonus Card website to enter the Bonus card number. After you have done this you will then be able to enter your personal information to sign up for a Bonus card account and start saving with your Iceland Bonus card.