Loyalty deserves reward, and for a number of years Jurys Inn Group has been rewarding our loyal customers through the Jurys Rewards scheme.
The programme allows guests to gain points each time they stay with the hotel. As they build up those points, they can then redeem them against a stay in any Jurys Inn throughout the UK, Ireland and the Czech Republic or against a range of high street gift vouchers.
Your Jurys Rewards card will receive 10 points for every £1 or €1 you spend, so it’s pretty easy to build up points.
Jurys Inn is now offering one lucky Jurys Rewards member the chance to win 100,000 points instantly by simply booking a stay online at jurysinns.com and showing their Jurys Rewards card on check-in. What’s more, at the end of each month, one member will receive 10,000 points on their card!
With all this talk of free stuff, we began to think of what we would do with our 100,000 Jurys Rewards points.
That many points could get you between 5 and 15 nights’ stay at Jurys Inns throughout the UK, Ireland and the Czech Republic. Opt for the Love2Shop vouchers, and you could walk away with over £550/ €550 worth of vouchers.
Of course, there’s nothing preventing you from mixing and matching: enjoy a couple of nights’ at a fabulous Jurys Inn and shop ‘til you drop (down on one of our comfy beds of course!).
Love2Shop vouchers can be redeemed in over 20,000 shops throughout the UK and at over 500 stores in Ireland, and you can use them for fashion, toys, music, pet goods, home and much more.
For the men, if you’ve recently fallen out with the woman of your dreams or want to get on her good side, you could always buy some jewellery. (Note: We do not encourage men to buy more expensive jewellery for their mistresses.)
While we’re being romantic, you could be too by using your voucher for leisure. You could propose to your loved one at a fancy restaurant or even while hanging from a rollercoaster at Drayton Manor - whatever will increase your chance of success. (Disclaimer: Jurys Inn does not claim to be good at romance nor will we be responsible for loss of the ring.)
Recessionary times have put paid to many people splashing out on designer bags, with DKNY being replaced with Penneys/ Primark. There’s nothing wrong with that but if you’re fed up feeling like Anne Hathaway in the Devil Wears Prada then you’ll squeal when you hear the vouchers can get you some designer gear at House of Fraser.
What would you do with your 100,000 points?