Rewards4Racing, the rewards programme for racegoers, has formed an exciting new partnership with Racing Welfare, the charity supporting the workforce of British horse racing.
As of today, Rewards4Racing will be donating to Racing Welfare each time a member makes a purchase through the Rewards4Racing website with one of their 4,000 plus retailers which include Booking.com, Argos and AO.com. Members will still receive their full allocation of points from Rewards4Racing but at the same time they will be giving back to the racing industry, through the donation made by Rewards4Racing.
Josh Apiafi, Co-Founder and Director of Rewards4Racing said: “When we started Rewards4Racing one of our aims was to make a real contribution to the racing industry and give back to this amazing sport. In 2016 87,000 Rewards4Racing members spent over £13.8million with the programme’s online and in-store retailers, now every time there is a shopping transaction from one of our members through the system, Racing Welfare will benefit”
Dawn Goodfellow, Chief Executive of Racing Welfare said: “We are thrilled to be supported by Rewards4Racing. Not only will the, You Spend, We Give, partnership raise significant essential funds for the charity, it will also ensure that the racing fans who are customers of Rewards4Racing are able to find out more about the vital role that Racing Welfare plays in supporting racing’s workforce.”
Rewards4Racing is British Racing’s award winning rewards programme dedicated to racing fans and those who love a great day out at the races. The programme is free to join and members can collect points when they purchase tickets to any of The Jockey Club’s 15 racecourses as well as with York Racecourse. Members can also collect points every time they bet with Rewards4Racing’s three exclusive betting partners (bet365, Betfred and Coral) and through their everyday shopping with the programme’s extensive network of 4,000 online retailers.
Points can then be used for great savings on raceday tickets, upgrades and experiences at over 350 race meetings each year including The Cheltenham Festival, The Randox Health Grand National, The Investec Derby and the Welcome to Yorkshire Ebor Festival.