Rewards Aplenty

The TAG! card is an incentive to discover a new way of spending – to make shopping better for you and to make a positive difference in your community. It's simple to use, comes with a free and handy key-fob and will save you a fortune. Guard it with your life.

What do I get and where can I get it?

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Your card gets you unlimited access to exclusive deals and discounts at hundreds of independent businesses, and it lasts until the end of the calendar year. We've covered every type of business – just picking on the humble ‘c’s, we've got cafes, carpet shops, clay-pigeon-shooting-ranges (why not?) and clothing stores.

Since we've been quite so hyper-active in getting businesses involved you're guaranteed to discover a few gems in your area that you may have missed.

Currently those areas cover a vast swathe of South Manchester choca bloc full of rewards and discounts. Take a look at what's on offer by visiting our savings page.

How much does it cost?

We're all about the message, not the money (hence the whole not-for-profit thing).

A TAG! card will set you back a fiver and is valid until the end of 2017. If you haven't saved that back in a week we'll take you for a coffee. And try and work out what on earth you've been doing for a week.

How do I get mine?

You've got a few options.


You can buy a card on this site and we'll donate 10% to a local charity.

From some local businesses

A couple of businesses in each area sell cards, from which they pocket 50% of the proceeds. Want to know more? See our TAG! for businesses page.

You can find all of the businesses in your area on the savings pages.

From some local charities and community organisations

As with the businesses, we make sure that local charities can raise money by spreading the TAG! word. £2.50 from each card purchase goes straight into the charity coffers. If you want more information about charities and TAG! take a gander at our fundraising page.

You can find a list of charities we work with on our friends page.