Learn how you can make the most of your Boots Advantage Card.
How to Avoid Losing Your Boots Advantage Card Points
How to Avoid Losing Your Boots Advantage Card Points: FAQs
Can Boots Points Expire?
Your advantage points will expire unless you use your card for Boots purchases within a year. If your card is inactive for four years, your Boots account will be closed. To avoid losing all your hard-earned Boots points, you can either collect and use them in-store or online as you go to save money on purchases or spend online. So, if you don’t keep your account active, you could lose your already saved points.
How Do I Redeem Boots Advantage Points?
You can redeem your points when you pay by giving the cashier your card, or if you’re checking out online, you will be prompted at checkout for your Advantage card details. You can use your card in-store or online to gain points, and if you forget it, you can add them later as they’re usually on your till receipt or online transaction order receipt.
What Are Boots Points Worth?
100 Advantage points are £1. So, one point is valued at 1p, essentially. How many points you earn may change throughout different times of the year, as Boots likes to run offers, especially around the holiday period.
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