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John Lewis is known as one of the UK’s best known and loved retailers. Their high quality and extensive product range, exceptional customer service, and trustworthy nature make them a firm family favourite both online and in store.
The 'My John Lewis' card is a great option if you're a regular shopper and want to get better value for money. When you sign up you can enjoy free hot drink and cake as well as exclusive rewards, discount vouchers and treats.
You'll also receive invitations to member-only shopping events and early access to sales so you can be the first to scout out for bargains. Whether it's fashion, homeware, cooking or beauty you'll receive year-round insider news tailored to your interests.
The online offers section is full of items with huge discounts applied. It’s really easy to find something you’re looking for at a lower price using the fashion, electricals, home and garden, gifts, toys and crafts offers sections. There are then even more subcategories to really narrow down your search and find exactly what you’re looking for.
Click and collect is free on all orders over £30, so you can make your money stretch further when you shop online at johnlewis.co.uk. You can also enjoy free standard delivery on orders over £50 and the chance to get up to £100 cashback when you buy select home products. It’s never been easier to kit yourself and your home out with quality products.
If you've clicked the offer and you don't get a specific code you will then be re-directed to the merchant’s website. The promotion will automatically be applied to your order once you reach the checkout.
Never knowingly undersold is John Lewis’ price match promise to customers. They’ve been serious about this policy since 1925 and it has grown to become a core part of their brand. It’s this exact nature that has led them to be one of the nation’s most well-loved retailers.
Their price monitoring team keep a close eye on the prices of the branded products they stock, as well as the prices of the same products elsewhere on the high street. If the product is found cheaper elsewhere they will match the price both in store and online.
This means it’s awfully unlikely that you’ll find a product cheaper elsewhere. If you do you can request a price match really easily online, through the app, in store or by calling up.
Aside from their never knowingly undersold policy, they also run a ‘price match’ promotion at certain times throughout the year. It promises to match competitors' prices of items on promotion. Keep your eyes peeled - it's only on at certain times of the year, but when it is on it's a great way to nab a bargain.
The John Lewis partnership card is an easy way to make everyday spending even more rewarding. Earn points when you make a purchase in any store where MasterCard is accepted - which there are hundreds of thousands of worldwide.
You'll get one point for every £1 spent at John Lewis or Waitrose, and one for every £2 spent elsewhere. Every 500 points you earn is worth a £5 gift voucher, which are sent to you three times yearly so you can enjoy your rewards all year long.
There are also opportunities to double your points during special events throughout the year, meaning you can enjoy even more rewards. You can earn points on buying currency too. Still not sold? Try their online points calculator to find out how many points you could earn, and how much money you could earn back by using your Partnership Card.
If you have a question you can get in touch with the team who will be able to help you out. It’s worth checking out their FAQs page beforehand to see if you can find the answer you’re looking for there.
Head to their website and in the top right corner you’ll find ‘customer services’. This will take you to their customer service hub, where you’ll be able to find FAQs and other helpful information. If you still haven’t found your answer go to the footer of the homepage. You’ll see a ‘contact us’ link under the customer service header. Here you’ll find the different ways you can get in touch. You can call the customer service team on 03456 049 049. The number is open seven days a week from 7am to midnight so you should be able to resolve your query quickly.
Alternatively you can fill an online support form with your question which will be emailed to the customer service team. They aim to respond within 24 hours so whichever contact method you choose you shouldn’t be waiting long for a response.
There could be a number of reasons why your discount won’t work when you apply it at checkout. If the code has definitely been entered in correctly it could be that the voucher isn’t valid anymore.
If it has expired, it will be in the ‘recently expired’ section below. Don’t worry if this is the case, just have a look at the voucher codes and offers that are still active and find a different one you can use instead. We are constantly updating them, so we’re confident you’ll be able to find one you can use.
If the code is definitely still valid, double check the terms by clicking ‘see terms’ on the code you want to use. This will show you the thresholds your order needs to meet in order for it to work. These could include a minimum order value and specific items for example.
Still having trouble? If this is the case, you should contact the John Lewis customer service team who should be able to help you. You can find their contact details further down.
Recently John Lewis has started their own annual tradition through their Christmas television adverts. Since the first one aired in 2007, they have become increasingly popular amongst British households up and down the country, and are now considered somewhat of a talking point in the run up to Christmas.
The big budget adverts have attracted media coverage and acclaim upon their release, and more recently, similar big-name retailers have attempted their own version of the ‘Christmas advert’, but the idea was pioneered by John Lewis.
The most expensive advert was the one produced in 2015, called ‘Man on the Moon’. It cost more than £7 million to make, and saw the retailer team up with Age UK. Watch the advert below.