Uponor UK is offering double points on its ‘Uponor & More’ loyalty scheme for the rest of 2013.

Uponor doubles its loyalty points in time for Christmas

Published:  16 September, 2013

To coincide with the start of the heating season, Uponor UK is offering double points on its ‘Uponor & More’ loyalty scheme for the rest of 2013.

The ‘Uponor & More’ scheme has been set up using a simple points collection system whereby customers receive a ‘uPoints’ voucher enclosed in selected Uponor products. Customers will also receive a ‘uPoints’ voucher when they participate in selected training sessions at Uponor’s dedicated training facility in Lutterworth.

Registration is quick and easy and can be done online at www.uponor-more.co.uk. By entering voucher codes on the website customers can add points to their account.

When enough points have been collected, a wide range of rewards are available. Uponor’s specially chosen gifts range from practical onsite items such as a Uponor-branded hooded jacket or Uponor press tool, to rewards for the home such as a Phillips LED television.

Chris Greaves, head of markets and offerings for Uponor UK, said: “Customer loyalty is right at the core of Uponor’s business. Capturing it is not an easy thing to achieve given how competitive the plumbing and heating market is, so rewarding those customers who remain loyal to us is just one way of thanking them for their commitment to our products and services.

“Our ‘Uponor & More’ loyalty scheme is incredibly easy for customers to engage in and given Uponor’s expansive product range, there are plenty of opportunities for customers to participate. As the heating season is fast approaching, doubling our uPoints on purchases means that customers could hopefully claim something nice for their families or themselves in time for Christmas.”

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