Join the Marks & Spencer Loyalty Program

Bigger rewards await Marks & Spencer’s loyal shoppers.
AUG 26, 2015 Marks-and-Spencer-MEGAstyle-MEGAstyleph (Main) Marks and Spencer’s long-running loyalty program has gotten even better, with a host of new privileges exclusive for its loyal members. This year, loyalists of the brand will get to experience a more rewarding way to shop with the new and improved Loyalty Program. It offers a wide array of exciting privileges and benefits personalized to suit the needs of Marks & Spencer’s customers. Marks-and-Spencer-MEGAstyle-MEGAstyleph (1) Marks-and-Spencer-MEGAstyle-MEGAstyleph (3) Birthday Discounts, Exclusive Offers and freebies, personalized shopping services and bonus points are just a preview of the guaranteed perks for customers to have a unique shopping experience. Free membership offers are also in store from August 14 to November 1, 2015 for a minimum P2,000 purchase. Marks-and-Spencer-MEGAstyle-MEGAstyleph (6) On top of these new advantages, loyal shoppers are eligible to join the Shop Your Way to the UK!, which promises to treat winners to the full British retail experience. For every P2,500 purchase between August 14 to November 1, 2015, members earn one (1) raffle ticket. The Second Prize winner will get two (2) round trip tickets on Philippine Airlines Economy Class plus pocket money of $1,000. While the First Prize winner will get two (2) round trip tickets on Philippine Airlines Business Class and pocket money of $2,000. Winners will be announced on November 5, 2015 at Marks and Spencer Greenbelt 5. Lastly, Marks and Spencer gives back with a special partnership with Children’s Hour, an organization that invites individuals and organizations to donate an hour of their salaries or earnings to benefit projects focused on education, health and nutrition, and child protection. The partnership will reach out to five beneficiaries and take them on tours during four consecutive days from September 1 to September 4. With continual ways of innovating and getting closer to its customers, Marks and Spencer will definitely get its British brand to potential markets to come.

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