Save at Supermarkets Online & In-store - Earn cashback on all of your essentials

Free card², no top up fees, no credit checks
Save @ ASDA, Sainsbury's, Waitrose, M&S + more

Save at Supermarkets Online & In-store - Earn cashback on all of your essentials


  • Now with Apple Pay
  • Download the Spree Card App from the App Store for faster instant loads
  • Prepaid cashback card
  • 3% cashback at Sainsbury’s and 2.5% at ASDA
  • Up to 12% cashback at our 50 other leading retailers
  • Use online as well as in store
  • Use in conjunction with any sales and special offers. No restrictions!
  • Can also be used anywhere that accepts Visa®


Save the smart way

Earn up to 12% cashback on your everyday purchases and within a year you could have saved £546*. Thats enough for your next holiday!

Good things come in small packages>

1. Free to sign up for a card

2. Earn up to 12% cashback at over 50 high street retailers

3. No credit checks, only spend what you load

4. No top up fees, ever

5. Contactless card

Earn everyday

You can save up to £546* a year by using your card at high street retailers including Sainsburys, ASDA, John Lewis, Boots, Primark, Wilko, Pizza Express and many more.

Spice Up your savings!

Register | Load | Spend | Top up

between Monday 20th May and Thursday 6th June and you'll be entered to win 2 Spice Girls tickets! You'll be enjoying the sold out show as a VIP in an executive box. Plus 4 runners up will receive £100 credited to their cashback card. Full terms and conditions apply.

  • ¹According to the Office of National Statistics, in the year 2016/2017 the average household spend was £28,818. If you were to send £11,184 with retailers where we offer cashback you would save £546 a year.

    ²Previously a £2.99 fee was applied when you signed up for the card. You now receive 12 months free, the first £2.99 fee is taken from your card balance after you have been a card holder for 12 months

    Full Terms & Conditions apply. Please see

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