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Guytons Rewards Program

How it works:

Our rewards program is an ongoing loyalty system. Coupons are awarded to customers once they have purchased 10 separate orders. They are gifted with a $10 reward after their 10th order to use on their next purchase (subject to the order being over $45 excl shipping.)

How to join the program:

To participate in the rewards program, you need to ensure you have an account with Guyton’s online, that you are logged into your account and making all of your purchases through your account.

Coupon expiry:

All discount coupons are valid for 30 days only. After this they will not be able to be redeemed.

How to Redeem a Coupon:

1. Ensure you are logged in to your account

2. Go to ‘My Account’ tab

3. Select “Points & Rewards’ tab

How to redeem rewards coupon

4. If you have a coupon to redeem it will show on this screen.

How to redeem rewards coupon

5. To apply this coupon to your checkout, click the ‘Redeem Now’ button
6. Go to checkout
7. ‘Apply discount code’

How to redeem rewards coupon atc checkout

8. $10 will be taken off your total at the checkout (subject to the order being over $45 excl shipping)
9. Proceed to complete purchase as normal

Coupon terms and conditions:

  • Coupons are not able to be redeemed in store, they are valid online only
  • Coupons are non-transferable, non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for cash
  • Coupons are not able to be redeemed on another person’s Guyton’s account, valid for only your user profile
  • Coupons are single use coupons only
  • Coupons are valid for 30 days from the date of obtaining them
  • Coupons can only be redeemed on orders over $45 excl shipping

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