Today we will be taking a look at where you can spend Provident shopping vouchers. These Love2shop vouchers can be used in a wide range of shops and so we will be telling you exactly where you can use them. If you have some Provident shopping vouchers then this page will tell you everything you need to know about spending them.
Provident Personal Credit specialise in doorstep cash loans, but they also offer shopping vouchers. These are good as you have to pay back less interest on these compared to borrowing cash. The shopping vouchers that you get are the well known Love2shop vouchers and there are plenty of shops and services you can use these on. So let’s take a look at exactly where you can spend you Provident shopping vouchers.
Provident Shopping Vouchers On The High Street
The main reason people tend to get these Love2shop vouchers is to spend them on the high street. They tend to be very popular around the Christmas period and some people even get them to give as gifts. Although they are really handy and can be useful, the reality is that you can’t spend them in every shop. So we have come up with an extensive list of shops on the high street that you can use these shopping vouchers in.
General Shopping - Argos, Littlewoods, Lewis’s, Robbs, Joplings, £-Stretcher, T J Hughes, Wilkinsons, Instore, BHS, Matalan, W H Smith, Debenhams, Boots and House of Fraser.
DIY Stores - Focus, Homebase, FADS, General George, Yorkshire Linen, Linen Warehouse, Au Naturale and Robert Dyas.
Clothing & Footwear - Peacocks, Warehouse, River Island, New Look, La Senza, D2 Men & Women, Shoe Zone, Brantano, Bonmarche, Priceless Shoes, Stead & Simpson, Barratt, Internacionale, Select , Bensonshoe, Mothercare, Adams, Ethel Austin, QS.
Jewellers - Beaverbrooks, Ernest Jones, H Samuel, Goldsmiths, Mappin & Webb and Watches of Switzerland.
Food Shopping - Iceland, Warehouse Wines, The Gourmet Society, Laithwaites, Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood, Café Rouge and Bella Italia.
Other Retailers - Comet, ELC, HMV, Borders, Semichem, Ryman, Clinton Cards, Boots Opticians, Allied Carpets, Optical Express, American Golf, Superdrug, Bensons Beds, Birthdays, JJB Sports, DW Sports, Halfords, Waterstones and Carphone Warehouse.
The company behind Love2shop are always adding names to the list so as you can see there are plenty of places you can use your Provident shopping vouchers when you are on the high street. As well as using your vouchers in the shops though there are also other things you can spend them on.
Travel & Leisure
Most people who get the Love2shop vouchers assume you can only spend them on the high street. However, this is not the case. There are other places you can spend your Provident vouchers. So here is a list of a few other places you can spend your vouchers. These should give you a few different ideas of exactly what you can use your vouchers for.
Travel - Thomas Cook, Virgin, Airtours, Disneyland Resorts, Park Travel and there are quite a few other places you can also use these vouchers.
Leisure - Marriot Hotels, Alton Towers, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Lightwater Valley, Legoland, Ten Pin, Madame Tussauds, Champneys, Warwick Castle, Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventure, Hastings Hotels, Silverstone Rally School, Brean Leisure Park and Wookey Hole Caves.
So as you can see you are not limited to spending your vouchers on shopping. There are lots of other things you can save them up for. Some people love to collect some of these vouchers and then take the family for a day out to somewhere like Alton Towers. If you use your imagination there are lots of ways to really get the best out of your Love2shop vouchers.
The shopping vouchers from Provident really are a great alternative to cash loans. The interest is slightly cheaper and there are so many things you can use these vouchers for. Plus they make ideal gifts over Christmas, why not get yourself a few books and then split them up. They come in £50 books which contain five £10 vouchers, so they are easy to split up and give out. When you have your vouchers there really are so many great places you can go and spend them.
Andrew Orrell (author) from UK on December 09, 2015:
Probably not Mark, but it wouldn't hurt to try.
mark on December 09, 2015:
hi i have just found some shopping vouchers that i think are about ten years old can i still use them ?