Rewards4Golf continues to surge

250,000 members spend more than £15 million in 2011


Posted: 2 May 2012
by Golfmagic News

The future looks bright for Rewards4Golf

Rewards4Golf has announced its membership smashed the 250,000 barrier in 2011.

Members shopping with the UK's leading golf loyalty and rewards programme are rewarded with points, which can be redeemed for superb discounts off their next golf purchase with the programme’s exclusive golf retail partner, Direct Golf UK.

The programme is currently recruting members at a rate of more than 6,000 per month and last year saw golfers spend in excess of £15 million with retailers, £8million on golf retail and £600,000 on rewards when redeeming their points.

In total there are more than 3,000 Rewards4Golf high street partner outlets, including Halfords, Cineworld, Debenhams and Direct Golf UK to name a few.

With a further 250 online retailers involved in the scheme, including Amazon.co.uk, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, Boots and Golfbreaks.com, golfers have more opportunities than ever to make use of their Rewards4Golf membership.

“We’ve been the exclusive golf retail partner of Rewards4Golf since the beginning of 2009 and it’s been a fantastic partnership for both us and our customers,” said Direct Golf UK’s general manager Neil Bell.

“Our principal aim was to help our loyal customers make their golf cheaper, and in doing so we’ve found that our customers are also more loyal to us.

“As Europe’s largest multi-channel golf retailer, we understand that our customers are looking for value and Rewards4Golf enables us to reward them at the same time.”

For more information visit www.rewards4golf.com

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To those sceptics out there - this is a good scheme. Free golf stuff - say no more!

p.s I'm in no way connected to Rewards4Golf.

Posted: 02/05/2012 at 16:57

Posted: 02/05/2012 at 16:57

I just re-gripped my irons for 7500 points, collected for about 10 months, mostly via Amazon and Direct-golf online and Sportsdirect and B&Q instore. I also bought a new Launcher XL270 in American golf for Tesco vouchers. Free stuff - good stuff.

Posted: 03/05/2012 at 09:04

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