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How to Earn More Points

PromoEARN 10X POINTS AT H&M, opening soon! Featuring fashion for the entire family. Submit receipt by Jan. 15 to earn 100 points per dollar spent.

PromoEARN 4X POINTS FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPING. Offer valid for qualified receipts dated and submitted Nov. 1 – Jan. 15.

PromoEARN 5X POINTS. GameWorks receipts submitted by Jan. 31 earn 50 points per dollar spent.

HELP YOUR SCHOOL WIN A PRIZE. Each school that earns at least 50,000 points between Nov. 1 – Jan. 15 will be entered to win a GameWorks VIP experience for 20 people, valued at $780! Winning school will be notified by 1/31/18.

PromoEARN 1,000 POINTS when you help fulfill a Precious Child’s holiday wish. Stop by Northfield’s Community Hub Nov. 24 – Dec. 8 and select a tag from the Precious Gift Giving Tree. Bring the unwrapped gift back by Dec. 8 and give your school name to earn 1,000 points per gift, up to three per family.

 

How to log receipts

Shop and log receipts from Northfield Stapleton between September 1, 2017 and May 15, 2018 then submit your receipts.

Need Extra Help?

Check out our short video showing how easy it is to submit receipts--especially with a smart phone!

 

 


How do I credit my receipts for my school?

It's easy to help your school win $350 to $2,500. Just shop at Northfield Stapleton between September 1, 2017 and May 15, 2018 and submit your receipts.

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More About Shopping 4 Students

Northfield Stapleton has contributed $13,930 in cash and prizes to local schools in the Shopping 4 Students program, which began in 2016. Shopping 4 Students rewards 15 K-12 schools, and will contribute at least $12,000 in cash plus prizes this year to support school and classroom projects.