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Lidl Plus loyalty app has launched - offering money off shopping, Sky TV and cinema tickets

A new way to get money off your shopping has launched at Lidl.

Published: September 4, 2020
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Lidl Plus has recently launched, and gives customers access to exclusive weekly discounts and rewards including coupons and scratch cards with up to £20 off a weekly shop.

The app, which launched on 3 September, is available on smart phones and provides customers with exclusive rewards and discounts every time they scan their digital card at the till.

Lidl Plus discounts

One of the main benefits of Lidl Plus are the scratch card prizes. Available every time a user makes a valid purchase, prizes range from 25p to £20 off a weekly shop.

Discount coupons are also available to use on the next shop – with up to 25 per cent on selected products.

Lidl Plus will also be launching a ‘Coupon Plus’ feature where customers will get bonus money-off coupons to use on their next shop when they reach a certain target - the more they spend, the more they save.

What’s more, the app will include special offers on products and services from specially selected partners such as up to 40 per cent off Sky TV and Broadband and 40 per cent off cinema tickets.

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Shoppers can also use the app to store all their digital receipts in one place, as well as browse weekly leaflets and seasonal magazines – making the whole shopping experience simple, practical, and fast.

Christian Härtnagel, CEO at Lidl GB commented: “Our customers know that we offer the best quality products at market leading prices.

"We’ve designed Lidl Plus so we can provide an even better, tailored, shopping experience for our customers, as well as to thank them for their loyalty.”

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