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How Does Mi Rewards work?

Meet Jack. Jack just signed up to become a Mi Rewards member. After putting in his details Jack received a confirmation e-mail to say he is now a Mi Rewards member. Trouble is, Jack was mainly signing up because he’d heard about one of our regular perks or competitions and he wanted in on it.

He’s a member now but he’s not totally sure what he’s a member of. Is he supposed to do something to get these ‘Mi Points’ they talked about in his welcome e-mail? He popped his card details in as well, is there some ‘membership fee’ that he doesn’t know about?

What has Jack signed up to?

First off Jack, there’s no membership fee, there’s no fee of any kind. In fact, your card details have never so much as touched our database. We contacted your card supplier, gave them the details you gave us, they gave us a code, and now we can use that code to make sure you receive your rewards when spending in Perth. That’s all we have; a code, there is no way for us to charge you anything, ever. (You can find out more about this process by clicking this link)

What Mi Rewards can do is give you reward points for using registered Perth businesses.

Things are looking pretty good

Jack’s got a few things going for him. He works in Perth and grabs a coffee on the way into work most days. Most days Jack will also buy his lunch in Perth too.

Jack is also a pretty sociable guy. He likes to go to the odd concert, he’s a member of a darts team in his local, and he likes to catch new films when they come out. Also, Jack isn’t a fan of online shopping, he still likes to see what he buys before handing over his money, so he visits local shops when he needs a gift, stuff for the house, clothes, etc.

The really good news is that Jack can get rewarded for every single transaction we’ve just listed; coffee, lunch, concerts, a cinema ticket, a pint at his local, a new pair of boots, absolutely all of it. He’ll get Mi Points on every one of the purchases listed so long as he uses businesses that are registered with Mi Rewards (you can find an up to date list here).

1000 Mi Points converts into a £10.00 Perth Gift Card (which he can use in any of the businesses on that same list), that means that the more he uses his local businesses, the more they’ll reward him.

Bet he’s glad he signed up now.

If you would like to be a member too you can click this link, it takes a couple of minutes and is and always will be free.

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