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While you may use in-store loyalty cards, or scour the internet for good deals, there could be a whole host of unused perks and discounts sitting right under your nose. These come in the form of shareholder discounts, entitling the investor to everything from money off designer handbags to a free hotel stays. And while it’s not a good idea to buy into a company purely for the perks, some do offer a sweet deal for shareholders and are worth bearing in mind. For example, owning just a single share in suit retailer Moss Bros entitles you to 20 per cent off full-price purchases made in a one-off transaction. Here is a round-up of the perks, quirks and discounts available to UK shareholders buying a minimum number of shares. Owning 1,000 shares in Euro Disney gets you a shareholders’ club card, which gives you a host of discounts. These include 15 per cent off one-, two- or three-day tickets, for up to five tickets purchased per day and a 15 per cent should you wish to purchase an annual ticket.