We all do it... Sainsbury, Tesco, Boots... we whip out not only our credit card but also our loyalty card at the till when paying for our goods. Its just a 'thing'. I am not sure when it started but most people in the UK now have at least one loyalty card.
Did you know that your loyalty points are worth on average £122 per person per annum in the UK? Save them up for a few years and you could have a significant asset in your estate.
Only 7% of us know that we can pass these on, and less than 5% include them in our wills.
Firstly you would need to check whether they were able to be redeemed after death. If so include them in your will...