Design Aglow Rewards Closeout

Design Aglow Rewards Closeout

Hello friends,

We wanted to let you know that the Design Aglow Rewards program is closing out at the end of the month. Due to some technical issues, we will be suspending the program after 12/31/2016.

We know this news may be a bit of a disappointment, but to show our appreciation of your support, we want to do something extra special to let you know how much we value you as a customer and as a member of our Design Aglow family.

Through the end of the month, we are offering double points on all purchases AND reducing the cost of rewards by 50%. That means instead of it costing 250 points to receive a 10% code, it will now only cost 125 points (and so on).

Woot!! Need help redeeming your points for discount codes?

  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click on the “MY REWARDS” link on the left side of the page
  3. Select the reward you would like to redeem your points on
  4. A discount code will be revealed that you can use towards any Templates & Resources purchase

Be sure to use all of your points by the end of the month. As of January 1st, 2017 we will not be able to track your previous rewards usage.

*Please note: Discount codes redeemed with the Rewards program will remain active until June 30th, 2017. All discounts will need to be used by this date and will not be reactivated.

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Questions? Feel free to contact us! And, thank you again for being you.




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