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How to Earn More Points

PromoIT’S EASIER TO CREDIT YOUR SCHOOL. Visit the Guest Services Desk (located near Toscanova) at Westfield Century City to submit your receipt within 14 days of purchase to earn points for your school. Automotive purchases, parking and valet fees, tax and gratuity are not eligible for points.

PromoEARN TRIPLE POINTS March 15 to April 30: Bloomingdale’s, Fresh, Microsoft, Obicà, Toscanova

PromoEARN DOUBLE POINTS for all other Westfield Century City receipts.

PromoGET FREE PARKING.
Spend $100 or more on same day purchases and receive all day self-park validation or spend $750 or more on same day purchases and receive all day valet validation at Guest Services located on Level 1, near Toscanova.

 

How do I credit my receipts for my school?

It's easy to help your school win $250 to $3,000. Just shop at Westfield Century City between August 1, 2016 and April 30, 2017. Bring your receipts within 14 days of purchase to the Guest Services desk, located on level one near Toscanova.

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How to credit your school?

Shop and submit receipts from Westfield Century City between August 1, 2016 through April 30, 2017 to support your school. Bring your original cash register receipts within 14 days of purchase to the Guest Services desk, located on level one near Toscanova, to earn at least one point per dollar spent. Receipts will be noted for your school and returned to you. Automotive purchases, parking and valet fees, tax and gratuity are not eligible for points.

MORE ABOUT EARNING 4 LEARNING

Westfield Century City has contributed $13,750 to local schools through the Earning 4 Learning program, which began in 2015. Earning 4 Learning will contribute another $13,750 to local schools during the 2016-17 Earning 4 Learning program.