How do I earn Blitsy points?

You can earn Blitsy points with our Loyalty Program or by referring others to Blitsy! Learn how to apply points here.

Loyalty Program

All Blitsy customers are automatically enrolled in our Loyalty Program upon account creation. The program is easy to understand and leverage: for every dollar spent on a product (excludes tax and shipping costs), customers earn 1% back in Blitsy points that can be used towards any future order.

1 Blitsy point is equal to .01 USD. Example: If you purchase $50 USD worth of products, you will receive 50 Blitsy points, which is equal to $ .50 USD.

Click here to read more about Blitsy’s Loyalty Program! 

Referral Program 

You can easily earn 1,000 Blitsy points ($10 USD) by referring your friends to! When your friend or family member using a separate shipping address from you makes their first purchase after clicking on your special referral link, 1,000 Blitsy points will be applied automatically to your account. 

Make sure you are logged into your account and click here to find your unique link to share and start earning!

To use your earned rewards within the Shopping Cart, you will see a sliding bar that reads "Reward Points" at checkout. You can move the sliding bar or enter the number of points you wish to use on applicable orders to apply your points. All points expire after 180 days from the date of your last purchase. 

 Blitsy Points - Rules:

  • Rule #1: Blitsy Loyalty Points expire after 180 days without qualifying purchase behavior. Points equal 1% of your gross purchase price, excluding applicable tax and shipping costs. We are unable to credit past purchases prior to opting into the loyalty program.
  • Rule #2: Referral points are not issued for friends or family members living in the same household.
  • Rule # 3: Blitsy points are applied towards the subtotal of your order and not towards shipping costs. The customer is responsible for paying shipping costs.



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