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Get £6 off groceries

Earn £6 off when you sign up or earn £6 off when you refer someone who signs up

Verified Dec 2021

Iceland Refer a Friend Details

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Iceland is a unique British business, focused on frozen food, innovation, convenience and value. Their strategy aims to leverage these well-established strengths to achieve long-term profitable growth for the benefit of our shareholders, colleagues, charities and the communities where we operate. Iceland is one of Britain’s fastest-growing and most innovative retailers, recognised as one of the best companies to work for in the UK.

If you sign up as a customer using one of our member's Iceland refer a friend links, you will get £6 off your next shop. Full terms and conditions can be found below.

Terms and conditions

Referrer instructions

Log in to your Iceland account and get your referral link. Post the link on ReferMeHappy.

Friend instructions

Click on one of the referrer's links above to sign up as a customer to Iceland.

Payment details

The Referrer will be notified by email once a referred friend has purchased and when the reward has been earned. Rewards will be valid for 2 months from the date earned by the referrer.

Any other conditions?

Simply tell your friends about, and we’ll treat you and every new customer you refer to £6 off when they spend £45 or more online.

Is there a limit on referrals?

Rewards will be cumulative and so if multiple qualifying referrals are made to Iceland, multiple rewards will be delivered to the referrer, subject to a limit. A Referrer may not earn more than 5 within any 24 hour period or 25 within last 12 months or 1500 GBP of reward value within last 12 months. A Referrer should not expect their referred friends to be given rewards automatically if they are referring more frequently than 10 friends within any 24 hour period.

Do I have to be a customer to make referrals?

No you don't. Anyone can sign up to refer others.

How do I find out more?

For full terms and conditions at the Iceland site go to

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