Page 1 of Play.com Loyalty Scheme (Superpoints)
They`ve instituted a loyalty scheme, spend a pound, save a penny. What you save can be spent on future purchases.
Accumulating points gives you more to spend obviously, and you can use them in part payment as well complete (should you accumulate enough)
You have to spend at least once every 180 days at Play to keep your tally of points active, otherwise they`ll be deleted.
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so as a reward scheme, if you buy from them regularly better than Nectar points.
However, these days, if price is the same there and Amazon, and buy from Amazon, as I know I`ll get the item within a couple of days with free p&p, Play are shockingly slow these days, although some of their Playtraders are excellent, and seem to ship the item as soon as you order it.
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Trouble is, Play don`t even sell anything any more. It`s all PlayTrader stuff. Rubbish.
You have to spend at least once every 180 days at Play to keep your tally of points active, otherwise they`ll be deleted.These days I don`t seem to be spending anything at Play. My preorders will only bring me about a quid`s worth of points (for the Indiana Jones and Universal Monsters boxsets) and £1 doesn`t go far at Play.
J Mark Oates
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i wouldnt waste my time with their loyalty scheme, i wanted a box set for my daughter, play.com price £34, amazon price £22, guess where i ordered my box set from, no loyalty points can make up that difference in price.