Boots ad card 20th anniversary. 20 points per pound over the weekend - £50 min spend
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Boots ad card 20th anniversary. 20 points per pound over the weekend - £50 min spend

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LocalFound 7th Sep 2017Edited by:"robmc84"
2784339.jpgTo celebrate Boots 20th year of Advantage card, this weekend you can collect 20 points per pound spent rather then the usual 4 points per pound.

Minimum spend applies

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Lost count of the number of times my Mrs has bought something at Boots because of an offer then walked into Savers to find its cheaper at their normal price
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What is the minimum spend?
20 points per pound? It says 4 points?
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£50 minimum spend.
Lost count of the number of times my Mrs has bought something at Boots because of an offer then walked into Savers to find its cheaper at their normal price
4 points ??
Can I ask what the source is on this, the website doesn't mention at all. I am an Advantage card user and have not had any notifications via the app to say this is on. Genuinely great find if true, however would be good to see something official.
20 points is worth what?
Wouldn't Make a difference boots is is so overpriced anyway.
Think it's £10 in points
jpoolfitz12 m ago

20 points is worth what?



nickinoo30081 m ago

Think it's £10 in points


1 point = 1p, so you'd get £10 in points for a £50 spend
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Saw Boots staff putting up show material just before closing.
Boots will be doing a different offer for the next couple of weeks to celebrate 20 years of Advantage card.

The offer of 20 points per pound will be live tomorrow in Boots stores nationwide.
I used to find boots great when I had young kids and bought lots of nappies on 3 for 2 etc. I could easily spend £50, earn points and not be short changed. Now I am not buying baby stuff, I find these deals don't work for me as Boots is overpriced. Good deal if you can buy stuff at a decent price though and get the points.
Every time boots have a great deal on you have to spend a fortune to get it. I'm not going to spend £50 in a shop that I go to for the odd deodorant.
fayereed198646 m ago

Every time boots have a great deal on you have to spend a fortune to get …Every time boots have a great deal on you have to spend a fortune to get it. I'm not going to spend £50 in a shop that I go to for the odd deodorant.


Why use odd deodorant and not normal deodorant ?
SD card in boots £34.99, same brand online £11.99 - surprised boots haven't went down the pan
They have the lego sets with a third off which might be a good combo with the points. Tempted by the roller coaster which (I think) is currently the cheapest at Boots because of it.
I've had the email too, it's definitely on this weekend.
Good one to use with the visa rewards HSBC offer.

Register your card and then you will also get £5 cashback.

hsbcuk.visaoffers.eu/
speric0741 m ago

Good one to use with the visa rewards HSBC offer.Register your card and …Good one to use with the visa rewards HSBC offer.Register your card and then you will also get £5 cashback.https://hsbcuk.visaoffers.eu/


Just registered but saying no offers available. Is this something that you got for registering?
I buy the Avents stay dry pants from boots in bulk because of deals like these. They are the best and cheapest around for those products. I am relaxed throughout my monthly cycle because of these otherwise I wouldn't be able to leave the house. Hope I haven't overshared.
Edited by: "aishakhan894" 8th Sep 2017
will this work on the boots kitchen appliances website as well? as I need a fridge freezer
Is this online?
Great thanks OP! Heat added
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Online and Instore
The permanent 3 for 2 offer on vitamins and supplements is worthwhile. I got 3x200 Gopo rosehip capsules for price of 2 today, that's £53.98, then got £10.60 in points. That's good.
Thinking of getting a fitbit Alta hr
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Was an amazing promotion.

Was able to get Johnson Baby products on offer at buy one get one free as well as regular Cow & Gate formula (non infant) at £8.50, but there was also 20 points back per pound spent as well as the usual 6 points as part of the Parenting Club.

The usual discounts given in the Boots app were also valid, so received 150 points for over £15 spend and £3 specific discount on Johnson Baby products.

There were a limit of 6 per item so had to buy a lot of different things though.

Thanks OP.
Edited by: "luvclub" 11th Sep 2017
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