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Thousands Missing Out On Iceland Discounts

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Iceland Offers Discounts For Over 60s

Tens of thousands of people living in Lincolnshire are unaware that they could receive a discount from Iceland if they are over the age of 60.


People aged over 60 living in Lincolnshire are missing out on an important Iceland Discount that happens every Tuesday.

Iceland has more than 1,000 stores including in Skegness, Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Lincoln, Boston, Spalding, and Sleaford, and has a reputation for offering discounts. But one discount that tens of thousands of people are unaware of, is the discount they offer to people over the age of 60 on a Tuesday.

The special Iceland discount for people over 60 offers a 10% discount in-store. There is no minimum spend. The over 60s Iceland Discount helps people combat the rising cost of living on their weekly food shopping bill.

Although Iceland introduced the special over 60s discount in May 2022, it is very surprising how many people are unaware of how they can save money.

For an average shopping bill of £50, over 60s with the Iceland discount could be saving £5. This is an important saving, especially with the rising prices of everyday living.


Who Is Eligible For The Iceland Over 60 Discount?

The Tuesday Iceland Discount is available for anyone over the age of 60.


How To Apply For Iceland Over 60s Discount?

Anyone over the age of 60 can apply for the Iceland Tuesday discount. All they have to do is to sign up for an Iceland Bonus Card.


How do I get the Iceland over 60 discounts?

All you need to do to claim the over 60 Iceland discount is to visit the store on a Tuesday can provide proof of ID at the point of purchase.

Once you’ve got your Iceland Bonus Card, all you need to do to get 10% off your shopping is to provide your ID.

This needs to be one of the following items:

    Driver’s License

    Senior Bus Pass

    Freedom Pass

    Senior Railcard


Those over 60 are being advised to shop on Tuesdays in Iceland to save money and to join the Bonus Club scheme.

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