Loyalty points ‘a deal breaker’

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    DIVORCES in England and Wales are being delayed by couples rowing over supermarket and airline loyalty points as the recession continues to bite, a leading family law firm said.
    Husbands and wives are disputing ownership of Clubcard points and Air Miles in court as economic pressures mean they are increasingly regarded as joint marital assets, said Pannone.
    Partner Ed Kitchen said arguments over how to split loyalty points are often “deal-breakers”, causing friction between couples who have succeeded in splitting cash, property and pensions without much difficulty.

    Recent statistics have suggested there are more than 30m Nectar or Tesco Clubcard members in the UK, while more than 120m people worldwide are part of frequent flyer programmes .


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