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New George Rewards scheme. Collect points to receive extra discounts and rewards. Free to join.
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New George Rewards scheme. Collect points to receive extra discounts and rewards. Free to join.

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Refreshed 6th Apr 2019 (Posted 25th Mar 2019)

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You need a George account to sign up. For every purchase you make you will be rewarded with points. You receive 1 point for every £1 spent. You get 100 points just signing up. 150 points for writing a review, points for sharing your birthday, extra points for purchasing between 12am-12pm, points for click and collect, refer a friend. Free to join. Online only.

You can go on the rewards page and redeem the points you have accumulated for discounts. These are the current rewards but obviously will change week to week.


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Great idea! I shop there quite often for kids clothes, ive just earnt myself 1000+ points for doing some reviews (always forget)
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Great to know, buy so many of the little ones clothes there, always a bonus
Edited by: "Whoohoo" 25th Mar 2019
Whoohoo1 m ago

Great to know, but so many of the little ones clothes there, always a bonus


I know I’m the same. Just joining you get 100 points so you can get the 10% off girls outfits and dresses with buying anything beforehand
Preferred it when they had 30% off in the sale, but ok if you hold on to your points till they do again.
Great idea! I shop there quite often for kids clothes, ive just earnt myself 1000+ points for doing some reviews (always forget)
malm8 m ago

Preferred it when they had 30% off in the sale, but ok if you hold on to …Preferred it when they had 30% off in the sale, but ok if you hold on to your points till they do again.


It doesn’t say it would affect any other offers or promotions they run
Went through the link but no 100x points for signing up, just the other birthday/refer a friend /review options.. Grrrrrr... Maybe because I already had a George account...
Is this instore aswell
I wrote some quick reviews and I already have 1000 points
Rachel_C25/03/2019 15:28

Went through the link but no 100x points for signing up, just the other …Went through the link but no 100x points for signing up, just the other birthday/refer a friend /review options.. Grrrrrr... Maybe because I already had a George account...


Same here
Misslovely40 m ago

Is this instore aswell


It says exclusively online only
Sacredarts25/03/2019 16:28

Same here


If you click on history the sign up points show up there but they just don’t show on the balance yet
BargainLovingMum5 m ago

If you click on history the sign up points show up there but they just …If you click on history the sign up points show up there but they just don’t show on the balance yet


Thanks hun
How much is worth 1 point?
Moses_Weiser13 h, 53 m ago

How much is worth 1 point?


You're thinking this is like Tesco points where 100 points will get you at least £1 discount but this George points scheme is different and the points have no fixed value. You trade your points for promotions such as a 10% discount on a range of clothing.
Brill thank you!
Thank you. Im a constant shopper at George so this is perfect. Any bit of a saving is better than none
So, need to spend £210 instore to get around £4 discount on ave priced boots/wellies. Not great for me.
Additionally, Asda at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol has always been filthy. Empty shelves and dirt on the floor. Even after recent shopfloor changes still the same mess.

If I got to choose between Tesco and Asda... I'll go for Lidl ;-)
i003z151 m ago

So, need to spend £210 instore to get around £4 discount on ave priced b …So, need to spend £210 instore to get around £4 discount on ave priced boots/wellies. Not great for me.Additionally, Asda at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol has always been filthy. Empty shelves and dirt on the floor. Even after recent shopfloor changes still the same mess.If I got to choose between Tesco and Asda... I'll go for Lidl ;-)


No it’s online only and you get points for different things like click and collect as noted above. Very easy to collect a lot of points
Heat...never knew about this
This is good to know.

Thanks.
Buy more clothes you don’t need to earn points towards more clothes you don’t need......
Asda should do a loyalty card

Tesco sainsburys morrisons do it but asda dont

Id prefer that
Here’s an idea, make the clothes cheaper. Rather than a thinly disguised data mining exercise for your date of birth and clothes buying habits being recorded.

Would be lovely if we could stop being the product.
Oneday775 m ago

Here’s an idea, make the clothes cheaper. Rather than a thinly disguised d …Here’s an idea, make the clothes cheaper. Rather than a thinly disguised data mining exercise for your date of birth and clothes buying habits being recorded. Would be lovely if we could stop being the product.


In all fairness George clothes are pretty cheap to begin with
Very similar to the H&M club where you spend points to get a certain offer
Rachel_C23 h, 16 m ago

Went through the link but no 100x points for signing up, just the other …Went through the link but no 100x points for signing up, just the other birthday/refer a friend /review options.. Grrrrrr... Maybe because I already had a George account...


Me too but Isigned out and signed back in and they were there.
TheGos1 h, 20 m ago

Asda should do a loyalty cardTesco sainsburys morrisons do it but asda …Asda should do a loyalty cardTesco sainsburys morrisons do it but asda dontId prefer that



They did trial a loyalty card in York maybe 15 years ago. Perhaps other places too. Lasted less than a year then scrapped.
Edited by: "royden" 26th Mar 2019
TheGos4 h, 8 m ago

Asda should do a loyalty cardTesco sainsburys morrisons do it but asda …Asda should do a loyalty cardTesco sainsburys morrisons do it but asda dontId prefer that


Asda credit card gives you rewards when you use it in Asda (can't remember the exact details, check the site if interested)
Thanks for the heads up, i would have never noticed as i dont go into my account . Just when i buy stuff i log in
i003z1526/03/2019 08:38

So, need to spend £210 instore to get around £4 discount on ave priced b …So, need to spend £210 instore to get around £4 discount on ave priced boots/wellies. Not great for me.Additionally, Asda at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol has always been filthy. Empty shelves and dirt on the floor. Even after recent shopfloor changes still the same mess.If I got to choose between Tesco and Asda... I'll go for Lidl ;-)


You buy your clothes from Lidl?
Thanks for the share, baged a 1000+ point in reviews. Great to be able to wait until there's a few things you like and then bag some discounts on stuff you actually want
Can the offers bought with points combine with other offers?
I must say that I've found George clothing to be of excellent quality for the price. Even black clothing after a several washes retains its colour.

Good deal.
Brilliant! Just done some reviews too for extra points. Thanks op
Thanks OP. I'm off to do some online reviews.
I would also prefer a loyalty card.
I wrote some reviews but on an order where I bought 3 different items for £10 , it will only let me review one of the items and not the other two. It says ''you have already reviewed it'' but I havent...
rockyroad131st Mar

You buy your clothes from Lidl?


That wasn't the point of the second part of my comment. But yes, Lidl sells clothes as well. Quite often as a special buy...
Excellent. Thank you. I spend sooo much at George - especially for school uniforms.
Just wondered if anyone has tried to use both discounts in one transaction as I have a 'spend £50 and get 15% off' and a '20% off kids swimwear offer'...or is cannot be used in conjunction with another offer? Thanks in advance!
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