Toy retailer ToysRUs announced that new and current members of its loyalty program, Rewards“R”Us can earn 10% back on purchases made in its stores and online this Christmas season. Members can take advantage of this offer by showing their loyalty card when making qualifying purchases at any Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us store nationwide or entering their loyalty number online at Toysrus.com beginning this Sunday, October 31st through Christmas Eve.
The 10% back bonus amps up the program’s usual offering of $5 “R”Us Dollars for every $150 spent during select earning periods, providing members the opportunity to earn triple rewards during the holiday shopping season. And, Rewards“R”Us members will be invited to attend exclusive Member Shopping Events, during which they will have special access to in-store sales. They are also among the first to be notified when “R”Us stores receive shipments of in-demand items.
Becoming a Rewards“R”Us member is free, and customers can sign up at any “R”Us store nationwide or at ToysRUs.com.
Depending on how much you plan to shop at ToysRUs this holiday season, the 10% is a nice additional discount. ToysRUs is limiting the 10% back program to a maximum reward of $50 though.
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