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Foyalty

 

Foyalty members - log in to see your exclusive offers and giveaways. Don't forget to register your Foyalty card if you haven't done so already!

Not a member? Sign up to Foyalty today either in-store or by clicking here.

 

  • Earn 3 points for every £1 you spend; each point is worth 1p and can be redeemed immediately* 
  • Free and easy to join - all you need is an email address. We will take your postal address ONLY to know where to send the card!
  • Use your points however you want - get a little money off whenever you shop or save up your points to spend on something or someone special.
  • Take advantage of exclusive cardholder offers on selected books giving you the chance to earn extra points or exclusive deals with special partners.
  • Receive regular emails featuring all our favourite books alongside details of events, offers and competitions
  • You can earn and spend your points in store and online via this website
  • Want to buy something between ordering and receiving your card? No problem. Just email us your card number when it arrives and we will add on all points earned in the meantime.
  • Already a Foyalty customer? Just go to Your website account to Register your card to use it on this website.
  • You can check your balance via your website account too.
 

Foyalty FAQs  

*Terms and Conditions apply 

From 1st July 2017 Foyalty Card holders will earn 3 points for every £1 spent. The value of any accrued points will remain the same.

Please note Foyalty is not available to Foyles Credit Business & Insititutional accounts.

 
 
 
 
 
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