Morrisons More Points

Hi All,

I scan my Morrisons more card everytime I shop there and never get any rewards points. Initially thought it worked like Tesco where you get a point for every pound you spend. 

On the website it says

"More Points - Earn More Points when you buy selected products in store, online, and on every litre of fuel. When you get to 5000 Points, we'll give you a Fiver to spend with us."

Can anyone tell me what these "selected products" are or is there a link to state the current ones?

Thanks
Phil
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  • la531983
    la531983 Posts: 1,642
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    https://groceries.morrisons.com/browse

    Down the left there is a More Card Points section.

    In the shop, it will say on the shelf edge.
  • maisie_cat
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    Morrisons more seem to only give points on branded ultra processed stuff. I signed up 6 months ago and haven't received a single point because I rarely buy branded or ultra processed food. It's certainly a poorer scheme than Tesco, M&S or Lidl
    I've actually found recently that M&S is better value (in quality vs. price terms) as the veg & meat are better.
  • MSE_James
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    Morrisons more seem to only give points on branded ultra processed stuff.
    In my app I've currently got extra points offers for cabbage, swede, parsnips, smoked haddock, onions and baking potatoes. 

    And in the 'rewards' section I'm regularly offered 10 per cent or 20 per cent off fruit and veg.
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  • Thanks for the comments guys

    Card goes in the bin. 
  • mikb
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    edited 3 November 2023 at 6:59PM
    It's a weedy version of the older Morrisons More (pre-pandemic) which *did* give points just for shopping (5 points for every pound spent) on top of specific points on products.
    That is gone from the new format. You do get personalised offers on the website which you have to activate for them to apply. That's if the product it's for is actually in store -- not guaranteed. And, if the computer doesn't throw a "Some offers cannot be applied at this time" error leading to you getting nothing other than unhelpful staff/managers claiming "it's an online offer only", "that you have to print out the offers and bring them in for them to work", etc.
    My verdict? Not worth having, any goodwill generated by the "offers" rapidly evaporates when it stuffs it up and they try to blameshift onto the customer.
    You don't get this at ALDI, you know. No poxy card needed, so no arguments about it ... seems a smart decision to me!
    ETA: They recently did a special offer that was so special I snorted in derision as I deleted the email. "Earn 1 more point for every pound you spend!" -- that's one TENTH of a penny back for every pound spent (5000 points = a fiver)
  • Cornucopia
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    It entirely depends on the current offers.

    I just had a £5 voucher made up almost entirely of 350 bonus points from Salad Bar boxes.   It was 350 points for each medium salad box, even when purchased as part of the Meal Deal (which is already good VFM).

    But... that (and salad season) have finished now.

    They did have 500 points on any 4 frozen items, which also works.

    But, I'm not really interested in most of the offers.
  • brianposter
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    It could also be that your card is not "activated". It is something they do not tell you about at the till and it appears not to be possible to activate a card once you have received it.
    A totally dreadful promotion.
  • It could also be that your card is not "activated". It is something they do not tell you about at the till and it appears not to be possible to activate a card once you have received it.
    A totally dreadful promotion.
    How can you activate a card before receiving it?
  • brianposter
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    The card is apparently supposed to arrive "activated" but for some reason mine was not activated and could not be activated.
  • Eldi_Dos
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    Thanks for the comments guys

    Card goes in the bin. 
    It is worth having the card even if you only use it for 20% off fish on a Friday or 20% off steak on a Saturday.
    Like MSE-James I get regular offers of 10 or 20% off fruit and veg.

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