Save on the high street with your Lloyds Bank Trustcard.
You can earn points when you spend on your Trustcard, so why not make the most of them? Save 10% on the cost of high street vouchers at participating retailers when you use your Trustcard Plus Points.
You can purchase any amount of vouchers in increments of £5 and when you redeem five points for each £5 voucher, you’ll pay 10% less for your vouchers. Here’s an example of how it works.
|Voucher you want
||Points you use
||Money you save
||Amount you pay
Please note: If you are purchasing Laithwaite's vouchers they are only available in increments of £10.
How you spend your vouchers is up to you. The vouchers are valid for all the items you’d usually buy, even on any reduced price items. It’s a great way to get more for your money all year round.
Ordering your vouchers couldn’t be easier. Once you have decided which vouchers you would like to order, simply contact us and we’ll put the vouchers in the post.
Please note: calls may be monitored and recorded to check that we’ve carried out orders correctly and to help the quality of our service.
You will earn one Plus Point for every £10 spent on your Trustcard on eligible purchases made by you or an additional cardholder.
You will not earn points for: cash withdrawals, balance transfers, money transfers, cheques, interest, fees or charges, Payment Protection Cover, transactions at casinos, betting outlets or bookmakers, payments to offline or online current, savings, sharedealing, spread betting, gambling or any other account.
Trustcard Plus Points are valid for 48 months from the date they are credited to you account. At the end of this period, any unredeemed points will be lost and we will automatically deduct them from your points balance. We will notify you in advance of the first points expiry on your monthly statement.
The choice is yours, you can redeem as frequently as you want or save up your Trustcard Plus points for a larger reward.
We want you to find a product that's right for your circumstances, which is why we adhere to the Standards of Lending Practice, which are monitored and enforced by the Lending Standards Board.
To find out more you can read the statement of responsibilities, which details what's expected of us, the lender and you the borrower.