What are these points you speak of…
Peeps! Why are so many of you not utilizing our points program? You could be saving some serious dough! This program is not like Dave N Busters okay? Saving your points does not equate to bigger prizes; 100 points = $5, 200 = $10, and so on & so forth!
Where can I see my points?
Go to the tab “My Account” then register or sign in with your email address. If you have forgotten your password (or never input one) you can just click the link “Forgot your password?”
After you are signed in, click the “My Points” tab to see how many points you have in the bank! 50 points = $2.50, which you get just for signing up!
How do I use my points?
On the “Checkout Page” under the big Checkout text, in the top left corner you will see text saying:
“Use X Points for a $Y discount on this order! Apply Discount”
Click: Apply Discount! And your points will be used on your order!
Viola – I’ve done it!!
Photo by Juliane Liebermann on Unsplash
Here at Botanicam we want to make sure that you are getting the rewards and discounts you deserve! If you haven’t checked out our discount program you should – especially if you are, or know, an active duty service member, a veteran, a first responder, someone with disabilities, or someone that qualifies as low income – these people get 20% off! And if you feel like you know another group of people that should be receiving discounts on CBD products – please write to us and let us know! Botanicam was created with great reverence for the hemp plant & to help people heal! Seeing how much CBD is really able to change lives, as one of our founders, Amy Lund, put it,
“I wish we could give this stuff away to those who need it!”
and maybe someday we will be able to! For now, we are doing what we can to make CBD more affordable for everyone. If you have any suggestions please write to us or call!
An Article By Evie Louise
Evie Louise is a recent psychology graduate from New York University. She is a certified in International Cannabinoid Clinical Therapy. Evie sees all forms of the cannabis sativa plant as the future of psychiatry, and hopes to use it in her therapy practice as a full spectrum approach to mental health and wellness.