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Lion Brand Yarn Now Offers Loyalty Program - Lion Points

You heard me right Crafties, Lion Brand Yarns officially launched their reward point system today on their website!

If you have an account already, all you need to do is start purchasing. If you're a new customer without an account, all you need to do is sign up for an account (you'll get 200 points just for that!)

In their program, you earn 5 points for every dollar you spend. There are also other things you can do to earn including, following them on Instagram, adding your birthday, and sharing on Facebook. Once you accumulate 500 points, you can start redeeming things like discount codes! Be careful though, points expire 1 year after your initial purchase.

Now, you know I'm all about helping others so I HAD to test the new system out for myself 😉

I'm feeding the stash just a little and adding to my secret mug collection here (studio deep clean in progress.) I'm going to be completely honest, I was VERY confused as to how to view my points after I made my purchase here.

So, how do you view your reward point dashboard?

Simply clicking on " Account" will yield you nothing. I felt so silly but, after about 10 minutes of rereading the page, my eye drifted down to the lower left hand corner of my screen.

When you click that little tab, you'll be able to view your total points, when they expire, other ways to redeem, and referral links. Speaking of referrals, if you shop through mine, you can get $5 off your next purchase!

I don't know about you but, this an exciting new development for someone who buys a lot of yarn. I hope this post was helpful/informative to you, if so, please give it a share and until next time... Happy Making!

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