When you collect 1,000 Plussa points, you get 5 euros of Plussa money. You can use Plussa money as a discount on your purchases from K-group stores.
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Save with Plussa money
You can use your Plussa money as a discount on the final sum of your purchases in nearly all K-group stores.
You can earn Plussa money on a monthly basis and it’s always valid for 13 months. You can check how much Plussa money you have and the last days to use it by logging in to your Plussa account.
How to use Plussa money when you shop
You’ll see the Plussa money credited to your account at the payment terminal in stores. Here’s how to pay for your purchases:
- Swipe your Plussa card by the terminal and you’ll see how much Plussa money is available.
- When the terminal asks if you want to use your Plussa money, respond by pressing YES or NO:
- KYLLÄ (YES) = I want to use Plussa money to reduce the final sum of this purchase
- EI (NO) = I will not use the Plussa money now, I will save it for later
- Pay the remaining amount using your preferred means of payment.
If you still have Plussa money left over after payment, it will remain in your account for future use.
Manage who can use Plussa money
The household’s primary cardholder manages secondary cardholders’ access to view and use the household’s Plussa money. If a secondary cardholder does not have access, they cannot see the Plussa account balance or use Plussa money in stores.
The primary cardholder can manage others’ access rights in their Plussa account or by contacting K-Plussa customer service.
Monitor your Plussa purchases
You have several options to monitor and manage your Plussa purchases and accrued Plussa money:
- Log in with your K-Tunnus. If you don’t have one yet, create it here.
- Follow your monthly Plussa purchases and accrued points and money in the Plussa view.
- Order free secondary Plussa cards for everyone in your household.
- Give secondary members access to your household’s Plussa money.
- Sign up for the Plussa newsletter, which brings the best offers direct to your inbox.
- You’ll receive a monthly Plussa account statement to the email address provided in your contact information.
- On the statement you’ll see your accrued Plussa money and Plussa savings in euros from the previous month and a summary of the past 12 months.
In-store payment terminal
- You’ll see your Plussa account balance by swiping your Plussa card by an in-store payment terminal.
- The primary cardholder and anyone else in the household with access can see the Plussa account balance.
Download the K-Food app (available in Finnish) and connect it with your Plussa card to see your Plussa account balance.
Plussa-rahan ohjaaminen säästöön päättyy
Plussa-ohjelmaa uudistetaan ja Plussa-rahan ohjaus säästöön poistuu 1.2.2021 alkaen. Helmikuusta lähtien asiakkaat näkevät kertyneen Plussa-rahan kaupan maksupäätteellä maksun yhteydessä. Asiakkaat voivat edelleen valita, käyttääkö Plussa-rahan maksun yhteydessä vai myöhemmin. Kertyneen Plussa-rahan voi käyttää ostoksiin lähes kaikissa K-ryhmän kaupoissa.
Donating Plussa money to charity ends
The Plussa program will be renewed and the donation of Plussa money to charity will be phased out as of January 1, 2021. New donations can no longer be made. From February 2021, customers who have made a donation will receive Plussa money directly to their own Plussa account. The accumulation of Plussa money can be monitored in Plussa.fi, in the K-food application or at the store's payment terminal. The accumulated Plussa money can be used for shopping in almost all K-Group stores.
The K-Group carries out responsibility work on a broad front. You can find more information on our website: https://www.kesko.fi/en/company/sponsorship-and-donations.
What happens to the Plussa money of a deceased member?
The Plussa customer relationship between an individual member and Kesko is personal (Rules of the K-Plussa system 2.1.), which means that when a Plussa member dies the contract along with its rights and responsibilities expires automatically. If the member was a primary cardholder and the household included secondary cards, these will no longer accrue points or be valid for Plussa benefits.
According to K-Plussa rules, Plussa money can be used only as a discount on purchases from K-group stores. Plussa money is not counted as part of the assets of a death estate nor is it subject to inheritance taxes, because it cannot be drawn as cash from a Plussa account.
If they wish to, secondary cardholders can join the K-Plussa program free of charge. The application can be filled here.