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Redeem rewards

For every 1,000 points, an exclusive reward will be added to your Account. You can redeem these rewards during checkout for any order online or in store.

Earn points

Receive 200 points when you sign up, then automatically earn points with every purchase. Points also accrue for activities such as referring a friend or following Galvan on social media. Visit your Account to discover more ways to earn points or to check your balance.

Year round benefits

Enjoy bespoke discounts, early access to sales, a special treat on your birthday, exclusive invitations to brand events, and much more.


What is Club Galvan?

Club Galvan is Galvan’s personalised loyalty scheme where you can earn points on qualifying purchases. These points allow you to access an array of exclusive rewards.

Earning Your Points

Club Galvan gives one point per £1/$1/€1 spent, excluding fees associated with shipping, taxes and duties. You’ll also earn points for activities on our site, such as referrals and following us on social media. 

For every 1,000 points earned, a reward will also be added to your account.

You must have a Club Galvan account in order to receive points and rewards.

Using Your Points

If you have points, you can choose at checkout whether to use immediately or save for a future purchase. When applying points, the entire points balance will apply to your order. However, if your order total is less than your points balance, remaining points will stay in your account. 

*Points can only be used by the account holder and cannot be transferred to another account. Points also cannot be retroactively applied to a past order.

Tracking Your Points

After joining Club Galvan, you will see a section called "Get Rewards" in the Rewards section within your Account. This section details your points history and current balance.

Point Expiration

Your entire point balance will expire 12 months after your last purchase If you've made a purchase within the last 12 months, your points will remain valid.

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