… I certainly didn’t until I happened to spot a small banner about it whilst I was browsing some clothes. It seems like it’s a trial for now but no doubt if it proves successful it will become permanent. I make no secret of the fact that I prefer to buy clothes second hand but sometimes you just can’t find exactly what you are looking for in charity shops or on eBay. In this case, my first point of call is almost always George at Asda as I can always rely on their low prices and good quality. Read on to find out more about George at Asda’s loyalty scheme and how to sign up.
How do I earn points?
Points are earned in the following ways (online spending only, not in store):
- 100 points just for signing up
- 1 point for every £1 you spend, with double points on orders £50 and above
- Extra points for orders placed between midnight and 12 noon
- Extra points for click and collect orders
- Extra points for delaying the date you opt to collect your click and collect order
- 20 points for writing a review
- 20 points for letting them know your birthday
- 50 points for referring a friend to the scheme
What can I spend my points on?
The ways points can be spent appears to vary all the time, but here were the rewards on offer mid August 2019:
How do I sign up?
It’s very easy to sign up – simply click here and register if you don’t already have a George account or click the little banner (see below) if you already do and follow the instructions.
It’s important to remember that rewards schemes are great in the cases where you were going to spend money anyway, but not a good thing if they encourage you to spend more than you would have done otherwise. Make sure you follow my guide on how to save money when shopping online to make sure you are getting the best deal possible – at a minimum sign up to Topcashback because George are always on there. Hope you have found my guide to George at Asda’s loyalty scheme useful.