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Earn Loyalty Reward Points

Welcome to Ulula! When you join our loyalty rewards programme, you join our community and earn exclusive loyalty reward points on every purchase you make. Reward points can also be earned by leaving a product review.

When you have accumulated enough points you can redeem them for discounts on future purchases, saving you money on your shopping.

To be able to join the Ulula Loyalty Rewards Programme you need to create an account with us. As a welcome bonus, we will also give you a code for 5% off your first Ulula order, so do register your account now!

The discount code must be entered at check out at the time you are placing your order. The discount cannot be applied retrospectively.

Ways to earn loyalty reward points

Make a purchase

Earn 1 point for every £1 you spend.

Excluding shipping and rounded down to nearest £, which equates to 1p.

Leave a review

Receive 100 points for every product review that you make.


How can I join the Ulula Loyalty Rewards Programme?

When you create an account with Ulula, you'll earn points every time you shop with us using your account. You don't need to do anything else to join.

If you checkout as a guest, you won't earn points on those orders. You can't transfer points between customer accounts, so please make sure that you're using your correct email address and that you're logged in every time, before you start placing an order, to be able to earn and spend your points.

Your points accumulate. Every time you log into your account and shop with us, you'll receive 1 points for every £1 you spend (excluding shipping and rounded down to nearest £) which equates to 1p. You need a minimum of 100 loyalty points in your account before you can redeem against a purchase.

You can also earn points and rewards by reviewing a product.

Loyalty Points are only available after your order has been paid and the order has been shipped. Points are valid for 12 months.

Points cannot be transferred to another account or redeemed for cash. Points are added to your rewards account when an order is paid or fulfilled, and subtracted when an order is cancelled. If an order is changed for any reason, the points earned will be adjusted to reflect the new order value.

How can I see how many points I have?

Once you have logged in to your account, go to “Your Account” and then “Order Information” and you will see a list of all your orders and the loyalty reward points previously earned and spent. Your points will show up in the middle of the screen.

How can I earn extra points?

You can earn extra points and rewards by subscribing to our newsletter, reviewing a product or recommending a friend. (If you are already receiving our newsletter, you won’t get the points as you’ve already signed up.)

How can you redeem points?

It's easy to redeem points. As soon as you log in to your account you will be able to see how many points you have earned. You can redeem previously rewarded points when you checkout. You need a minimum of 100 loyalty points in your account before you can redeem against a purchase.

Terms & Conditions

To ensure that your product review meets our criteria all fields must be completed and a couple of lines about the product itself must be included. We can’t accept duplicate reviews. Once you have submitted your comments, we will assess the review and reward points to your account. We aim to do this within 7 working days.

Ulula reserves the right at its sole discretion to modify, suspend or cancel the Loyalty Rewards Programme, without notice for any conduct that we, at our sole discretion, believe is in violation of acceptable usage of our Loyalty Rewards Programme. We also reserve the right to revoke reward points if we feel the participant has tried to abuse the Loyalty Rewards Programme in any way.

Points can only be earned and redeemed on the Ulula website and for products purchased on the Ulula website. The Ulula Loyalty Rewards Programme may be subject to modification without notice.

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