The past few weeks have seen huge changes in the way loyalty schemes work.
Supermarkets and high street chains, including Tesco, Sainsbury's, Aldi, M&S and Boots have altered their loyalty card schemes, Kent Live reports.
The moves are designed to help shoppers adapt to the coronavirus crisis and make shopping at home and online easier and safer.
Many families have had to adapt and so supermarkets have tried to make life that bit easier.
Reducing or deferred the monthly subscription charge for home delivery services were introduced by Tesco and Sainbury's with more changes on the way.
Take a look at the changes being made.
For anyone who has self-isolated throughout lockdown, or avoided shopping in-store, you will be pleased to know that your Tesco Clubcard vouchers have been extended.
Tesco shoppers with Clubcard vouchers due to expire this month now have an extra six months to use them, due to the coronavirus crisis.
Tesco Clubcard vouchers due to expire on May 31 of this year, which would have been issued in May 2018, will now be valid until November 30, this year.
The supermarket is also giving customers more time to retrospectively add Clubcard points to their accounts.
While the Clubcard vouchers have continued, some of their reward options haven't been available, like a trip to the cinema or a restaurant.
Sainsbury's Nectar card
During lockdown, Nectar said customers could continue to collect points like usual, shopping with Sainsburys, Argos and eBay.
You couldn't spend points with Vue cinemas however, which haven't opened yet, or Caffe Nero which were closed during lockdown.
Sainsburys don't appear to have made any extensions - but Nectar points only expire if your account isn't used for 12 months.
You don't have to spend points either, just collecting them keeps the account active.
Boots Advantage Points card
Shoppers could still gain Boots Advantage card points shopping online during lockdown - even when there was a delay for the points to be credited in some cases.
However, you could and can still spend points in store where they are open. If you are still avoiding heading out, you can use their points when you shop online too.
The biggest change by far is to the M&S Sparks loyalty scheme.
The new version offers instant rewards, a wider selection of charities to support and more tailored personal offers insted.
New features include a guarantee that one customer in every UK store will be rewarded with their shopping free every week, giveaways worth thousands of pounds for customers, as well as smaller customer thank yous and treats - from packs of Percy Pigs to tote bags and Apothecary Candles.
The new scheme is also digital first, hosted through an updated M&S App and fully integrated online.
Unlike the other loyalty schemes, you don't get points with the Co-op. Instead, you can earn money back from your purchases.
During lockdown, the Co-op gave customers the opportunity to donate to their Coronavirus Fund.
The supermarket continues to make donations however. When you get five per cent back buying own-brand products or services, a further one per cent is donated to a charitable cause the community.
Aldi vouchers can be used in-store only, but they last for 12 months - meaning you should have plenty of time to use them.
Aldi is also taking part in Free School Meals vouchers. If you’re eligible, you will have received an email from Edenred with a link to their website.
You then select Aldi from the list of supermarkets and will be sent an eGift card to the value of £15. These last five years from the date of issue.