13th September 2019
Have you thought about saving a little each week towards Christmas when you do your weekly shop? That's what we encourage our customers to do with our Christmas Savings Card.
The idea is to keep the card in your purse or wallet, or use the handy key fob, and top-up with a few pounds here and there when you’re shopping in store. You can also now top-up your card online! Then, when the bonus date comes in November, we reward you with a bonus of up to £15, dependent on the amount you have saved – this year, the bonus is bigger than ever before!
You only need to save £280 on an Asda Christmas Savings card by the bonus date in November to receive the £15 bonus (the equivalent of over a 5% bonus on top of your savings!) If you don’t save as much as £280, you will still be rewarded in our other bonus tiers - for example, saving as much as between £230-£279 will result in a £12 bonus and saving as little as £30 will result in a £1 bonus.
Saving tiers: -
You need to have saved the qualifying amount by 5pm on the bonus date, 17th November 2019. The bonus will automatically be paid out by 8am on Monday 18th November 2019, so you don’t even have to do anything to claim your bonus!
So if you haven’t already, start saving for your gifts and décor, sprouts, turkeys and mince pies and get even more for your money - simply pick up your Asda Christmas Savings Card from any Asda Store or order online today! You can top up your card online or at any store at any checkout (including Self-Scan and Scan & Go) or Customer Service Desk. Be sure to register your card to protect the balance just in case you lose it.
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