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M&S Bank gives new credit card customers £45 to spend

MailOnline Friday, 5 January 2018
M&S Bank gives new credit card customers £45 to spendM&S is offering new credit card customers £45 to spend in store or online when they open a Reward Plus card directly through its banking division this month.
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