1000 Boots Advantage points with Giorgio Armani Sì fragrances

Boots points?

If you are a regular Shopper Points reader, you might have realised that even though the Boots Advantage card is one of the ‘big’ loyalty cards, we’ve never really covered it.

This was certainly not due to the fact that we don’t like it – quite the opposite. The Boots Advantage card was the first card I got when I moved to the UK. However I never paid much attention to the amount of points I earned and was just happy when I could pay for a purchase with my accumulated points.

The lack of interesting ways to earn and spend your points meant that Clubcard and Nectar were more interesting to write about.  Now, however, I think it’s time to figure out the Boots Advantage Card system and actively work on my points balance.

boots advantage card

Unlike Tesco Clubcard and Nectar card where you can exchange your points at different partners, you can only use your Boots points at Boots. You earn 4 points for every £1 spent and the value of one point is always 1p.

The only way of getting more out of your points is by keeping an eye on points promotions.

Currently you can get 1,000 Boots points with with Giorgio Armani Sì fragrances of 50ml or above. This is an online only offer.

GIORGIO ARMANI Sì Eau de Parfum 50ml

The Giorgio Armani Si eau de parfume for example costs £69. Usually you’d get 276 points with this perfume, which means you are getting 724 bonus points worth £7.24.

You also get a miniature set as a gift with this purchase.

free gift boots giorgio armani

This was the only offer I could find that was not targeted. When you check the app or website you can find offers just for you. I’m not sure how many of those offers are widely spread. I currently have:

  • double points on next transaction
  • 400 points when spending £20
  • 75 with Boots vitamins
  • double points with cough relief (though my 6 weeks long cough has finally disappeared!)
  • 100 points with deodorants
  • 50 points with healthcare
  • 50 points with Boots Essentials products
  • 100 points when spending £5+ on facial skincare

All these offers have to be activated by loading them to your card! So it’s vital to check the app, your online profile or the Boots Advantage screen before making a purchase as you could lose out on a load of points.

I will keep an eye out for the non targeted offers and write about the ones that look interesting.

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Comments

  1. There is a similar offer on a range of Givenchy Eau de Parfum… “£10 points with selected Givenchy”

    See the link at… http://www.boots.com/offers/fragrance-offers

    Prices from £39.50 (for 40ml)

  2. They give out Si on Qatar in their toiletries pack. I don’t usually buy drugstore perfume because (I am perfume snob) they usually smell cheap to me. But I have been impressed by the quality of this fragrance.

  3. It’s worth picking up the Boots magazine in store as well (normally near the tills and free for Advantage card holders)…recently I got £2 worth of points from a voucher in there plus £1 worth of points from the app for 2 hair products, that only cost £1.50!

  4. It’s very annoying that you can no longer part pay using Advantage points. You have to pay for the full value of your purchase with points or pay no points at all. Bad move IMO.