15% off When You Become an H&M Member

Score a discount if you sign up this week
15% off When You Become an H&M Member

We asked, and H&M answered. They just launched a brand-new loyalty program, and they're even rewarding people who join. For the next week, new H&M members can score 15% off an order!

The H&M loyalty program is a rewards-based system where members can earn points by making purchases and leaving reviews and then redeem those points for discounts on future orders – but that's not all.

Every member qualifies for perks like exclusive discounts, digital purchase receipts, free standard shipping on $50 orders and free returns. And if you collect 600 points, you'll qualify for Plus member benefits, which include free standard shipping on ALL orders, exclusive offers and early access to sales.

It's completely free to join, but you have to be at least 16 years old to become a member. You can sign up here, and when you do, H&M will throw in a welcome voucher for 15% off your first purchase.

There's just one catch. According to their homepage, you have to sign up before May 26 to qualify for this welcome offer. That gives you just over a week to join, so don't wait!

When you do, keep in mind that H&M will throw a bonus voucher your way for every 150 points you earn. So you might want to treat them like I do PC Optimum points – rack 'em up until you can spend them all at once.

One point equals one dollar, so, theoretically, you have to spend $150 to score a bonus voucher. Your points are valid for 12 months after you activate your account, and then your total will reset every year. So if you do choose to save them for a rainy day, just make sure you spend them before the year is up.

You can also earn two points for every review you leave (to a maximum of 10 reviews and 20 points per month). And if you complete your online member profile, you'll get 50 points.

More questions? Check out the H&M Membership page for details.

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