Epoints: rewarding shoppers every time they buy online

Shopping online just got more rewarding on the run up to Christmas thanks to epoints: a loyalty programme that rewards people for shopping online. Unlike high street rewards programmes, you can collect epoints at more than 2,000 different retailers through one scheme.

epoints can even be earned without spending anything: by watching videos, entering competitions, liking Facebook pages and providing feedback to companies. epoints can then be spent on close to 2 million products, from books to CDs and from fashion to toys.

epoints can be earned at the online sites of almost every high street retailer in the UK, including Marks & Spencer, Argos, House of Fraser, John Lewis and Debenhams. Membership of epoints is free and members are rewarded with points on every purchase they make from the websites in the scheme. epoints members also get more than £50 of vouchers and discounts emailed directly to them every single week.

Shoppers can expect to accumulate £200 to £250 worth of points over a year, significantly more than traditional loyalty schemes limited to specific retailers, which generate on average £25-£30 of value.

Matt Norbury, Founder and CEO, epoints comments, “epoints rewards shoppers for buying the things they love online. Shoppers don’t need to buy more, carry around lots of loyalty cards or spend on things they don’t need to accumulate great rewards. Shoppers even see the benefit right away – just by joining epoints you get 50 points to get you started.

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