Double benefits with VELUX® Rewards Scheme this Autumn

  • 26 Aug 2020

Installers, builders and homeowners across the UK and Ireland can now benefit from a rewards boost from August until 31 October 2020, thanks to VELUX®.

The roof window manufacturer introduced VELUX Rewards in 2015, with the scheme providing customers with an opportunity to earn rewards each time they buy VELUX products, with different promotions running during the year. 

However, throughout August, September and October this year, purchasers will qualify for £50 rewards on all VELUX white painted top-hung roof windows and £30 rewards on all other VELUX white painted roof windows*.

Customers can claim their VELUX rewards at a number of top-brand partners, including Argos, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, Adidas and Tesco. All rewards must be claimed by 13 November 2020.

Richard McArthur, marketing manager from VELUX, commented: “After what has been a difficult few months for installers, builders, self-builders and homeowners alike, we are delighted to be able to give something back with this new offer.

“The builders and installers who recommend and purchase our products for their customers really are our brand champions, working tirelessly to help consumers transform their homes.

“We hope this current rewards boost will demonstrate our appreciation for the hard work they do.”

To receive rewards from VELUX, upload your invoice at

*VELUX white painted burglary resistant roof windows (GGL 70Q) are excluded from this promotion.

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