Customer Loyalty Program

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Our Loyalty Program has ended as of January 1, 2018. We will no longer be issuing new loyalty points. All unused coupons are still valid and can be redeemed using the terms below.

If you have outstanding reward coupons to redeem, you have until
June 30, 2018 to redeem them. If you are unsure which coupons have, please feel free to contact us anytime using the email below to check in on your points/coupons.

How do I redeem my points?

Once you have collected 250 points we redeem them for you and send you a $10 off coupon via email. You can then use that coupon code on a purchase of $20.00 or more (before tax).

Can I combine my coupons on one order?
No, coupons can not be combined.

What if I’ve saved up my reward coupons?
You can process several smaller orders and use your coupons, one per order. We will combine your smaller orders for shipping so you only pay shipping once.

Can I redeem my reward coupons in person?
You certainly can! We are happy to help you redeem your coupons onsite at events or during in person shopping trips.
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If you have any questions about our loyalty program please contact us at info@scrapbooknerd.com or by phone at (289) 813-2104.

Scrapbook Nerd reserves the right to modify, cancel, or further clarify the rules & restrictions that apply to this program at anytime.

UPDATED JANUARY 1, 2018

3 thoughts on “Customer Loyalty Program

  1. Christina Betts

    question?
    Once I have collected 250 points I can redeem them for $10.00 off a purchase of $20.00?

    But a little further down it says 250 points I receive $5.00 off
    or 1000 points I receive $10.00 off

    Just need you to clarify…
    🙂
    Christina

    Reply
    1. scrapbooknerd Post author

      Hi Christina,
      The second half (250 points or 1000 points) is for participating on the SN forum. For those only collecting points while they shop at scrapbooknerd.com it’s the 250 points for $10.00.

      Our apologies for the confusion. We hope this helps.

      Reply

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