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Christmas rewards with Lloyds TSB duo

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by Kay Murchie
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Lloyds TSB has launched a series of exclusive retail partnerships to give credit card customers extra rewards on their festive spend and with less than 100 shopping days to go until Christmas, savvy spenders can benefit.

The Lloyds TSB Duo credit card means that people can earn while they shop and earn more airmiles with the following retailers. HMV, the music, film and games specialist. Austin Reed, the premium high street clothing retailer. Bose, the provider of home cinema, music and loudspeaker systems and finally, Laithwaites, the independent wine merchant.

Holders of the Lloyds TSB AIRMILES Duo credit card will earn 1 air mile for every £5 they spend at the retailers mentioned above. Customers will also earn when they shop via the telephone order services at Bose and Laithwaites.

A spokesperson for Lloyds TSB commented that these Christmas partnerships are beneficial to shoppers who want to earn rewards on their spending. The average credit card holder spends over £800 during the Christmas period, this is the equivalent of 160 airmiles.

Duo card customers can also ‘double dip’ and earn extra miles on their Christmas spend when they shop via the AIRMILES website with online shopping partners such as John Lewis, Interflora and supermarket giant, Tesco.

The partnerships expire on 31st December 2007 so customers can also take advantage of sales after Christmas.

Those wishing to apply for a Lloyds TSB AIRMILES Duo Account Credit Card can do so by visiting any branch of Lloyds TSB or via the bank’s website.

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