Boots Advantage Card Changes - Cuts to Parenting Club and Over 60s schemes

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Posted 21st Jan
Boots are making some changes to their advantage card scheme. From 16th March, they will cut the value of their Parenting Club and Over 60s schemes by 20 per cent.

This means that instead of earning 10 points for every £1 spent on applicable items, customers will now only earn 8 points per £1 spent.

"We're changing the points you get in Parenting Club, from 10 points per £1 you spend in Baby, to 8 points.

"However, that's still 4 more points than the standard Advantage Card reward of 4 points per £1. And, as this change isn't due until 16th March, you can still make the most of 10 points for every £1 on Baby for the next 2 months.


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What is the Boots Parenting Club?

Boots Parenting club is FREE to sign up to. Includes benefits like extra points, personalised offers and a free gift for joining

What is Boots Over 60s?

Boots Over 60s is FREE to sign up to. Includes benefits like extra points, exclusive offers, and 25% off prescription glasses and sunglasses at Boots Opticians*.
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They are still uk tax dodging barstewards I'm guessing?
(pricey too).
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