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You Can Now Get Rewarded for Shopping at Bath & Body Works

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Everyone’s favorite home and body care brand has big news for loyal shoppers. Bath & Body Works is launching a rewards program!

On Aug. 22, sign-ups began for Bath & Body Works’ Loyalty Rewards, a program that sees frequent shoppers accumulate points that can be traded in for products.

To sign up for the program, you can use the new Bath & Body Works app, head into your local store, or register online. When you sign up, you’ll be eligible to receive sneak peeks of upcoming collections, have early access to some sales events and new seasonal collections (yes, please, Christmas collection), and get a gift on your birthday each year.

Of course, you’ll also be rewarded for shopping. For each dollar you spend, you’ll get 10 loyalty points. Those points accumulate over time, and when you reach 1,000, you’ll be able to redeem them for a free, full-sized item under $16.50 (that means it covers most of the brand’s body care as well as single wick candles and wall flower refills).

Now, there is one thing to keep in mind. This is the initial rollout of the reward program. As such, it’s not available nationwide yet. However, it is ready to go in several areas throughout the United States. You can see if your local store is enrolled in rewards by checking the brand’s locator here.

If you’re a devoted Bath & Body Works shopper, the rewards program is welcome news. Now, it’s just time to shop, and yes, fall candles are here.

 

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Shea Simmons is the Assignments Editor at LifeSavvy. Previously, she worked as a freelance writer with a focus on beauty and lifestyle content. Her work has appeared in Bustle, Allure, and Hello Giggles. Read Full Bio »
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