I visited a branch today to get a new mitre saw stand. Whilst there I was given a Screwfix card by the excellent fella that served me (never had one before. EDIT: card that is, not an excellent fella to serve me!). I joked about it being some form of loyalty card and the chap replied that actually, there'd recently been a conversation with his workmates on that very subject! So I said that I'd start a thread about it. Our hosts give us very good service don't they. Even when things go a bit wrong they always do whatever they can to sort it out and keep us happy customers. Because of this service, the wide range of goodies on offer, the pretty competitive prices and the sheer number of stores, we keep coming back. Personally I've spent what for me is a small fortune at Screwfix since I took the plunge to go it alone. So, is it time that Screwfix followed the lead of pretty much every other major retailer and introduced a loyalty card? A little acknowledgement of just how much business we all put through the tills? Personally I wouldn't be asking for much, maybe just a new 5.0Ah battery every time I spend £100 What do you lot think?