Forgot email used for set up
I have forgotten the email address i used to set the sister account so i cant log into the sister app.also i cannot link my sister account to the Priceline app
Probably the worst loyalty program I have
It’s basically useless unless you shop at Priceline daily. Points expire, and you only get a $5 voucher after you spend $400 there, which again needs to be within a timeframe because they don’t accumulate points..
Not enough rewards
The loyalty program isn't worth it unless you are a really big spender and make it to the Pink Diamond tier. You need to spend $400 just to get a $5 reward. The other rewards like beauty boxes or birthday gifts aren't given to all tiers and from what I've seen the beauty boxes are just samples or products they're trying to get rid of. It would have been better to have more discounts instead of the promise of beauty boxes, "exclusive" sales and partner perks that nobody will really use. They also say that now points don't expire but this is misl...eading as it only applies to Diamond and Pink Diamond tiers. If you regularly shop at Priceline then of course, join the club and scan your card but if you're looking for value and discounts I'd go to other pharmacies like Chemist Warehouse.
I’ve always used my sister club card and spent a lot of money in Priceline and always scan my card to find there seems to be no points no rewards at all , lve emailed asking why with no response , asked at counter with no clue about why from staff , yet card scans ordered and reapplied for new membership mths ago yet nothing , it’s a big waste of time with no rewards that l hear are worth it , chemist warehouse has better specials , forget sister club there’s no loyalty or help with issues
New Sister Club a waste of time and money
I recently qualified as a Pink Diamond member and went to pick up my bonus Beauty box. Unfortunately, the extra premium beauty box for this membership was unavailable. However the sales assistant went out of her way and spoke to Head office who then authorised that i could be given both the Beauty box and the Premium Beauty box. With excitement I opened these boxes marketed as being valued up the total of $85.00 (not the $100 for pink tier members), to find them full of little samples, that's all, no full sized products. So disappointing an...d a slap in the face for a new hyped revamped loyalty program - it is really 'loyalty' in name only. The old loyalty Sisterhood program valued its members and rewarded them accordingly. So now I am off to Chemist Warehouse for cheaper prices and better value.
I was not made aware the card was about to expire by the sales person . Nine dollars off a pensioners sustagen would have been a big help. I was not made aware the points ran out
Waste of Time!!!!
Do not bother with this card as it is just a lure to get information out of you. Go to Chemist Warehouse who will offer cheaper prices and you will save more than the miniscal rewards themselves. I recently also went to their pharmacy to buy anti-fungal tablets, Terbinafine-DRLA and spent an extra $10 as compared to Chemist Warehouse. When I wrote to Priceline complaining I was told that they do not regulate the pharmacy prices. They also told me that they would send it on for further investigation. I have received nothing to date. Since their expansion I have noticed that their prices across the store have gone up significantly and I have left the store many times empty handed.
Priceline Sister Club card is totally worth it!
I love to shop at Priceline, they have so many products on special each week, I save so much money with buying the specials. If you shop at Priceline anyway it makes sense to use a loyalty card. I am buying the products regardless if they have a loyalty card or not so why would you not use it and get rewarded. I get a nice surprise at the checkout every few months with the points I have earned.
Waste of time & space
Forgot my card, contacted Priceline on line and eventually had rewards added. Went to Priceline today, at the checkout was told "Oh you've got $5 running out soon", so I said "OK deduct it from the total please." After several attempts it was not possible because of a system error. "Sorry come back another day"
Don't think so, not going to a shop just to buy something that I don't really want.
Summing up - Waste of time collecting the rewards.....
I purchased a card so I can use it when I shop at any Princeline so I can earn points and rewards when I get over a certain number required.
Have been a Priceline shopper and member for years.
I really love accumulating my points and being able to get the reward off my purchases.
I have found Priceline to be of friendly service.
There quite a few stores around Sydney and also have the option to buy online.
Really happy with it.
Excellent for women
I love how friendly and pro woman this whole thing is. Priceline is a great place to shop: they always have sales so it's easy to get points, plus, as I said, very pro woman and encouraging to their female customers of all ages. The rewards are decent and the staff are always open to questions regarding the Club. Great experience!
Blatantly female biased and clearly discriminatory against males
Blatantly female biased and clearly discriminatory against males - PriceLine is now my nearest local pharmacy for MedAdvisor - hence I have just joined 'PriceLine's Sister Club' as there was no 'PriceLine Brotherhood'. On looking at my current offers they are all female products. And this is a direct quote from their Sisterhood web-site link - " Because serious illness touches us all, help us to raise money and share the stories of those affected by serious illness. Find out how you can help us, help women around Australia!. " And there you ha...ve it in a nutshell - apparently us blokes are not supposed to get serious illnesses. If there were a male orientated site then we would probably be taken to court under equality and diversity laws - being female is not an exclusive right to only look after your own health but being part of the human race is. I am surprised that this has been allowed to continue for so long. In my own opinion this is reverse discrimination and elitism of the highest degree.
Actually get money back
One of the few rewards card systems where you frequently get money back to spend on your next purchase. You have to shop there regularly, granted, but it's nearly as greedy as say Woolworths rewards where you need to spend over $2000 to get anything back.
Cut card up yesterday. Don't like being asked for donations at cashier I would rather pay full price and not be embarrassed into giving when I don't want to.
Questions & Answers
Would like to know what my points are
Hello. I have apply Priceline sister club card but unfortunately by mistake apply the two card . So please tell me how can delete the one card..
Just have 2 cards
How do I cancel sister club getting far too many emails from oriceline
Think when you get an email scroll down at bottom should be unsubscribe button so youl get no more emails , l get none at all !
If there’s no unsubscribe button press the 3 dots ... on think top right corner of email
And BLOCK other than that perhaps email or ring and cancel your card ? Personally l think it’s not a good club l bought so many things over the years no staff at Priceline knew anything about the club and l lost all my points as there’s an expiry ! Cheaper at chemist warehouse anyway , l think l may have blocked the emails just ridiculous system they have
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