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Marks & Spencer Credit Card


Marks & Spencerís &More Credit Cards are called charge cards. They are jointly offered by &More and Marks & Spencer.

Marks and Spencerís was started in 1883 by Michael Marks in collaboration with Tom Spencer. The first office was in Derby, Manchester. In 1914 the company was bought by London Penny Bazaar Company. By 1931 St. Michaelís trademarks was registered. Marks and Spencerís are leaders in retailing and their chain of stores sells many brands some of which the company owns.

Marks and Spencerís launched online shopping on their website in 1999. The company has diversified into many fields and has international presence with its stores in all major cities across the world.

The benefits offered by Marks & Spencer Credit Card are:
  • You can charge any purchase from Marks and Spencer into an easy to manage account
  • Win Hollywood trips one out of three on the offer
  • Earn twice the &More points for 3 months on Marks and Spencer purchases
  • 0% interest on all shopping done till July 2008
  • 55 days credit free period, if the last monthsí balance is paid in full
  • Use &More credit cards on purchases at outlets all over the world and earn reward points for a Marks and Spencer treat.
So Marks and Spencer &More Credit Cards are for people who like to spend.