Bents Garden Centre & Home launches customer loyalty scheme

Bents Garden & Home has launched a customer loyalty scheme.  The new ‘be inspired’ club will reward members with exclusive privileges, personal benefits and special surprises.

Bents is inviting customers to join the scheme and become "part of a new community".  Rewards will be available in store, online, at The Fresh Approach Restaurant as well as at a number of partners including Culcheth’s Spice Lounge, and The Telegraph.

Managing director Matthew Bent said: "We are very aware that our customers choose to visit us and have wanted a way to say thank you for a long time. The ‘be inspired’ privilege club is the perfect solution and we believe it’s the start of something very special.

"The more our customers visit us, whether online or in store, the more we will know about what they love so will be able to treat them with little extras that are most suited to them as an individual."

On joining, members will receive a voucher for a welcome tea or coffee at The Fresh Approach Restaurant and an annual voucher for a slice of birthday cake.

Among other offers those who spend £30 or more in December will receive a £5 voucher to spend in January or February and all members will benefit from exclusive offers on products in store such as a Yankee Candle twin pack at £19.99 down from £33.98 (see in store for details).

Customers who join in September, October and November will be entered into a draw to win £500 to spend on Christmas at Bents.

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