I’m going to guess & say many of us already have a purse full or reward cards, some getting use a hell of a lot more than others. I’m talking about you Boots & Debenhams! However it has to be a first for the stylish stationary company Paperchase to have their very own. Let’s find out if it deserves a spot in our purse to knock out the cards that are collecting dust!
Paperchase Treat Me Card
First of all as the title says this isn’t a point card, however your spending can get you a free £5 off when you spend £50. This doesn’t mean you have to spend £50 in one go but can be done in smaller shopping trips (or online) over 6 months. Which is why to make a point you can see the bits below that I’m loving that’s in store right now.
Paperchase Wish List
Paperchase – The Perks
So this card is pretty new to most of the UK, it was tested out in Scotland so I’m guessing there was a good response for them to roll in out to everyone else. For the few minutes it takes to fill in your details via a staff member in store you can at least get 15% off your next purchase. This lasts for 30 days from when you register it online which you have to do to get the discount.
When you spend over £10 online you can get Click & Collect free which is normally £2.99. If you want to have it delivered & you spend under £25 you pay delivery but pay the standard delivery rate of £2.99 & get it upgraded to their next day delivery for free. If you spend over £25 the delivery is free & next day delivery too.
Spend or Celebrate
If you get spendy & rack up £50 in a 6 month period you get £5 your next purchase which is valid for 30 days. Visiting a flagship store then get a regular premium coffee for free, show your card at the till for 10% discount on food too! Then just for being you, go shopping within 14 days of your birthday & get £5 to spend for free!
In many ways I saw this rewards card as being very similar to The Body Shop Love Your Body card as it’s scheme is very similar. However it’s the first stationary one that interests me into actually wanting to use it. I pop in Paperchase every time I go past one so adding up the pounds may save me a few in the long run. If not at least my home will have some seriously cute & quirky pieces it might not have had otherwise!
What do you think of the new Paperchase Treat Me card?