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What is Foyalty?
Foyalty is the Foyles loyalty card. Foyalty card holders earn 3 points for every £1 spent—that’s 3p per pound—which you can use as and when you like to take money off your purchase. You can earn and spend across our physical shops and online at foyles.co.uk
How does it work?
Once you’re signed up you just show your card when you shop instore and you’ll earn your points. You can spend them a little bit at a time or save them up for something special—it’s entirely up to you.
To earn and spend Foyalty points online you’ll first need to attach your Foyalty card to your Website account by registering it online. Your Foyalty card can be added to your online account during checkout—just go through to the Payment Method screen and click Use Foyalty Points, where you’ll be prompted to add your card number.
How do I sign up?
The quickest and easiest way to get a Foyalty card is at the till in any of our shops. You can also sign up online, where we’ll also ask for your postal address to send you your physical card.
How do I check my balance?
You can do this in any of our shops by presenting your Foyalty card at any of our tills. You can also check your balance via your online account——just make sure you’ve attached your Foyalty card to your Website account during checkout first.
Foyalty terms and conditions
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.
From 2nd September 2019 points on Foyalty cards that have not been used for 12 consecutive months will automatically expire. All you need to do to make sure this doesn’t happen is to use your Foyalty card for an instore or online purchase, or check your balance instore, at least every 12 months.
Please note Foyalty is not available to Foyles Credit Business & Institutional accounts.
For full Foyalty terms and conditions see our Terms and Conditions page.
For further questions about Foyalty, see our Help and Support page.