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Last Update: Saturday, October 10, 2020
Living Rewards Overview
How it worksYou'll earn 1 point for every dollar you spend on retail purchases and 1 point for every script item at any Unichem or Life Pharmacy nationwide. When you reach 150 points, you'll get a $10 voucher to spend in store.You have 3 months to use your voucher and points last a year. *Points are calculated at $1 = 1 point for each retail item using Swedish rounding, not on total transaction spend. Prescriptions and pharmacy services = 1 point per item. Exclusions apply to purchases of gift cards, hearing aids, audiology services, calling cards and mobile top-ups, beauty services and booking fees, hire equipment fees, shipping, handling and gift wrapping.
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Website, contact number and gift card information for Living Rewards.
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Social media links for Living Rewards
Gift Card Details
Living Rewards gift card or gift certificate links. Convenient way to manage balance on the fly in
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Gift card web page, terms & conditions for Living Rewards.
Gift Card Articles
For every 150 points, you'll get a $10 voucher! ... Exclusions apply to purchases
of gift cards, hearing aids, audiology services, calling cards and mobile top-ups, ...
Living Rewards Card
If you sign up online you are not automatically sent a card. Signing up online is a good option for those who don’t want a card. You can simply let the pharmacy know your name or your member number and they will be able to look you up and apply points when you shop in-store.
Living Rewards Points
You will earn points on most products, however gift cards, hearing aids and ...
register and login to livingrewards.co.nz to check your points balance at any time.
About Living Rewards
Prescriptions and pharmacy services = 1 point per item. Exclusions apply to purchases of gift cards, hearing aids, audiology services, calling cards and mobile top-ups, beauty services and booking fees, hire equipment fees, shipping, handling and gift wrapping.
Living Rewards Loyalty Programme Terms & Conditions
Otherwise the points balance and rewards issued will be deemed to be ... Living
Rewards points will be earned on the redemption of gift vouchers, not the ...
Living Rewards Vouchers
You will be issued a voucher when you reach a balance of 150 points. ...
Vouchers cannot be used to purchase gift cards, hearing aids and audiology
Join - Living Rewards
Register your Living Rewards card and you are ready to go! Complete the steps below to register your card and create your online Living Rewards and Life Pharmacy account.
Using the Website
If you want to check your balance on the go, register online and use our mobile
friendly website. What's the difference between Living Rewards and gift cards?
About Living Rewards
It's easy and convenient to earn points and redeem vouchers on your everyday ...
Exclusions apply to purchases of gift cards, hearing aids, audiology services, ...
Living Rewards Membership
You can sign up in any Unichem or Life Pharmacy where you will be given a card
. If you don't want a card you can simply set up an account online at ...
Card Balance Enquiry
You can find out Living Rewards card balance by phone balance check, visit store counter/ help desk.
Information for Living Rewards gift card balance inquiry to see remaining balance and transactions.
Online balance: follow the link to merchant's official balance check website. You will need to fill in card number and pin so as to retrieve card balance.
Phone call: call the merchant's support number and ask if you can check card balance. You might be able to get balance on the phone after providing card details.
Invoice/ Receipt: the remaining balance of the card is printed on the shopping invoice / receipt.
Store Counter: usually the card balance could be looked up at shop or store counter