H&M Just Launched A New Customer Loyalty Program
Everyone knows H&M as the fast fashion champion; the affordable go-to for trendy finds.
And luckily, for avid H&M shoppers, the Swedish retailer recently introduced a new program that’ll bring you even bigger savings.
H&M has introduced a brand new customer loyalty program.
It’s completely free to join and easy to get started. Members can collect points, receive bonus vouchers, exclusive deals, and more. It’s all done digitally, so you don’t have to worry about adding another card to your already-full wallet.
To become a member, all you have to do is create an account on H&M’s website or mobile app.
If you don’t already have an H&M account, just click on “Become A Member” on the website, or “join now” on the app. Those who already have an account just log in and follow the prompt — it’s as easy as that!
After you’ve become a member, you’ll start earning points as soon as you make your first purchase. For each dollar spent, members will be rewarded one point. And for every 200 points earned, members will receive $5 to spend at H&M.
There are two levels to the H&M loyalty program.
In addition to the points, basic members will receive 20% off their next purchase upon joining, exclusive offers and discounts, digital receipts, free standard shipping on orders over $50, a special offer on your birthday, access to members only shopping events, and free returns for online merchandise.
Once you hit 500 points, you’re considered a Plus Member.
Plus members can unlock extra perks like free standard shipping for online purchases, “unique experiences,” early access to special collections, and surprise Plus offers.
If you shop at H&M, joining the loyalty program is a no brainer. Sign up to become a member on H&M.com or on the app.
Featured image: Instagram/@hm
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