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Written on: 04/06/2014 by Derrick73 (1 review written)
This card is frustrating! The most annoying thing is that you can't use the points as part payment towards an expensive item which would be a real help. The other thing is that when you do decide to use it you find you can buy that item much cheaper elsewhere so you don't! In the end all you can do is use it for the few odd things you can't get anywhere else like No 7 makeup......but then I end up not doing that because you can't use your discount and double points coupons if you do, like I… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/05/2014 by PetrocSeisyllt (2 reviews written)
I have now trisd 4 times online and by phone to register my temporary card to get the permanaent card. I allowed time to process but after 6 months I am still waiting. An assistant in Boots suggested i phone them up again on the 0845 number, should I give up? My time is more valauble than all of the points I will ever collect. I am far from stupid by the way and do know how to fill in details etc. BSc, MSc and university science lecturer!… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/03/2014 by daphne44 (1 review written)
while the three for two offers can be good, you can often get these items cheaper elsewhere1 Also, the extra points coupons sent through the post are not very good for me.I live alone, am 72 so am hardly likely to be spending £25 or more to get 250points now am I!. so not advantage to me!… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/10/2013 by janesmith1975 (36 reviews written)
My purse is full of loyalty cards and I do think about which one I get the most benefit from when doing food shopping, or present shopping. I have had a Boots Advantage Card more many years but I just don't feel it offers enough to compete with the likes of Tesco and Sainsburys. Even the banks are now offering reward points for using your debit card and they seem to be more advantageous than the Advantage Card. I love their 3 for 2 offers they have all year round but when I'm ready to… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/11/2012
I was about to spend my points today on a Christmas gift in boots in Cork, Ireland. I only then discovered the point payment fiasco. No other loyalty card that I know of imposes this condition. Loyalty cards are an effort to retain customers but if I can buy an item for 2 cents(or pence)cheaper nearby I have my saving at once and I get the loyalty points from that store, if they operate one, so a double incentive not to buy at Boots. The item I wished to buy was cheaper else where but not if I… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2012
The card has given me an incentive to go back to the store and not go to other places like Superdrug who sell similar items to Boots. I have had a few 'free' gifts from the card now which makes me want to go back and buy everything i need in their store… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2012
Love this loyalty card, builds up points fast and it's great fun when you can essentially get an item for 'free' when paying with points! Don't know why some people are complaining about not being able to do part-payments. Just spend the points on something smaller, it all works out the same at the end of the day! The special offers kiosks are great as well, don't know anywhere else that does something like that and I've gotten lots of extra points and even free items from vouchers at the… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2011 by erindevlin (1 review written)
i think its really unfair that you cant use your boots card as a part payment, its your money and you should be allowed to use it for what you want especially around christmas, its the only card that i have that does not let you use it for a part payment, think they should change there policy… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/04/2011
by far the best loyalty card out there. you can earn points quickly meaning you can spend sooner. plus there are always lots of great offers available through the kiosks in store. i get lots of money off vouchers and special offers in the post which make this card real value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2010
I think the boots advantage card is great and I am getting a lot of xmas presents from boots but I am dissapointed that I cant redeem my points against a larger priced item,seems a bit silly and out of date… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2010 by erena (102 reviews written)
I shop a lot at Boots and having the advantage card has helped me save money on many occasions. Shopping there regularly collects me points and when they've built up I get small things like nail polish, shower gels, body lotions, etc for basically free as I use my collected points. I often receive vouchers through the post which get me double points when I make a purchase over a certain amount. My advice would be to get the Boots advantage card and start shopping at Boots. They have a good… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/09/2009
I really like the Boots card. It gives you a lot of points for your Money along with lots of other useful Benefits. You get Exclusive offers aswell and I like the fact that if you Become an organ Donor, they put the Symbol on your card. And its FREE..!!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/08/2009
There is no age limit to get one. It is eay and essential. Would recommend anyone to get a Boots Card… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2009
I think the Boots Advantage Cards are brilliant. People often complain that you cannot use part-payment when redeeming, but is this really even a big deal? At 4 points per £1.00 in store, you can hardly complain - either way, you're getting free stuff! On certain promotional days (usuallly around Christmas) you get 1000points free for every £50 spent in store. And, the in-store kiosks have fantastic offers, for example, everytime you spend over £25, you get 200points free.
They're easy to… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2009 by speakout (86 reviews written)
I think this is the best loyalty scheme available to consumers today and definitely helps Boots to maintain market share and retain customer loyalty. The Boots Advantage Card is dead easy to use, you just hand it over when paying for goods at the till point and you can either have the points added to your card or you can redeem existing points to purchase the things you need. It should be noted though that not all goods in Boots can be purchased using the points you may have on your Boots… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/04/2009 by Susan Parker (1 review written)
The Boots loyalty card may be generous but Boots have an unacceptable policy of not allowing shoppers to redeem points on goods that cost more than the value of the points.
I tried to redeem £9.50 worth of points on a set of electrical toothbrushes this morning, and found I couldn't. So I ended up paying the full price on the item, costing me over £22. :(
This is very untypical of loyalty card schemes… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/03/2009 by From my experience (1 review written)
The Boots advantage card is advertised as the most generous loyalty card in the UK. However, I recently discovered at the till that you cannot use it for part payment of a product. I bought a porduct for £40. I wanted to use my £20 worth of points towards the payment, but was told I can't!
So, if I buy a product that costs £20.01, I cannot use any of my Advantage card points towards the payment . . . !!!!!!!
Perhaps, not so generous after all. Why don't they widely advertise that… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/03/2009 by kissme2070 (6 reviews written)
A Boots Advantage card can be used at any Boots store to collect points every time you make a purchase, even if you are buying just one item! Boots Advantage Card is the most generous loyalty card in the UK which gives you 4 points for every £1 that you spend in store or online.
I think this card is fantastic, not only is it free but they are also rewarding you for spending in their store. The Triple and double points events are brilliant to get lots of extra points and its get to use the… Read Full Review
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Written by nlw61
" Poor service, points hard to redeem, website no good. " Read More
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