Earning Velocity Points at Freedom ends on 28 February

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The ability of Velocity members to earn points at Freedom Furniture is coming to an end. As or 1 March 2021, members will no longer earn points through Freedom.

As a result, the last day members will be able to earn points is 28 February 2021. It is the purchase date that is important here.  If you make the purchase in February, but don’t take delivery until March, you will still be eligible for the points.

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Velocity has teamed up with popular furniture and homewares retailer freedom offering shoppers a new way to earn Velocity Points.

As a launch offer, freedom are offering a double points on all purchases between now and 23 September 2019. This means that you will earn 2 Velocity Points per dollar, rather than the normal 1 Velocity Point per dollar.

freedom are also running a competition offering a daily prize of 100,000 Velocity Points. There are 28 prizes to be won, giving a total prize pool of 2,800,000 Velocity Points.

To be in the running, simply link your Velocity accounts to your myfreedom account.

myfreedom – the freedom loyalty program

myfreedom is the loyalty program of freedom, offering the opportunity to earn Velocity Points and shopping credits.

To earn Velocity Points, you will first need to join freedom’s own myfreedom program. During the enrolment process, you simply link your myfreedom account to your Velocity account. Once you have done this, you will begin to earn Velocity Points on your shops at freedom. The ongoing offer is to earn 1 Velocity Point for each dollar that you spend.

Finally, the myfreedom program offers members a $100 credit for each $2,000 of spend online or in-store. This represents a credit of 5% of your spend, which could add up if you have enough furniture and homewares to buy.

For further information on the partnership, refer to the  Velocity or myfreedom.

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