Partnership Card

Earn points, get vouchers, and more using the John Lewis Finance Partnership Card that’s very easy to get. In this article, we will explain the different benefits of the card and how can you get it. We will also answer some questions that you may have in mind.

John Lewis Finance Partnership Card

John Lewis Finance Partnership Card

The partnership card is the only card from the company, so you can expect it to provide all that the company has to offer. It enables you to earn points towards gift vouchers when you purchase John Lewis and Waitrose. You enjoy 1.24% back in gift vouchers. During holidays, like Christmas, you are rewarded even more. When you buy gifts for your family or friends or ingredients for a feast, you get points towards gift vouchers.

For every 500 points that you earn you get £5 worth of vouchers that you can use at John Lewis and Waitrose. If you are my John Lewis member, you can enjoy more rewards.

This is not it, there are additional benefits as well. You can make payments, check your balance and statements online or with their app. Customers can also earn more points when they up to three extra cardholders to their account. You also get contactless payments up to a value of £43.

To apply for the cards, there are certain conditions that you need to meet like you have to be at least 18 years old and have an annual income of more than £6,640. You must also agree that you will use this card for personal use only. In the application form, you have to provide the email address, proof ID, your address, bank account details, and more. The form includes personal details, financial details, and bank details. You are also allowed to choose the color of your card.

You can ask them to change your credit limit, for which they will assess whether you have the ability to repay. If the credit limit is increased, but you don’t want it, you can reject it within 30 days before it is applied to your account. The card can also be used abroad, but you will have to pay a fee if you purchase in a foreign currency.