How to Earn More Points
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How do I credit my receipts for my school?
It's easy to help your school win a prize of $250 to $2,500. Just shop at Westfield Fashion Square between February 1 and April 30, 2014, and drop your receipts off in the Earning 4 Learning box, located on the Lower Level near the Westfield Playspace, or turned in to your school.
How many points does my school have?
- Click here to see how your school’s points status.
Your school earns five points per dollar spent for receipts from Westfield Fashion Square, with lots of additional bonus points opportunities.
- View the current Earning 4 Learning flyer in a pdf format.
- Every school is a winner! Check out the prize schedule here.
Ongoing Bonus Points Offers
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How to log receipts at the mall
Shop and log receipts from Westfield Fashion Square between February 1 and April 30, 2014 to support your school. Bring your original cash register receipts to your school office or the Earning 4 Learning drop box, located on the Lower Level near the Westfield Playspace. Your school earns at least five points per dollar spent.
How to log E-Receipts online
We have a simple way for you to credit your E-Receipts that have been sent to you by your retailer at Westfield Fashion Square in lieu of a cash register receipt. Just click the big red button on your left to get started.
Why we can’t accept paper receipts online…yet
We are currently testing online receipt logging options and hope to make this option available in the future.
MORE ABOUT EARNING 4 LEARNING
Westfield Fashion Square has contributed $257,000 to local schools through the Earning 4 Learning program (formerly Shopping for Students and Shop for a Cause), which began in 1994. Earning 4 Learning will contribute another $11,800 to local schools in the 2014 Earning 4 Learning program.