Boots has a secret rewards scheme for older shoppers giving them extra discounts and points

BOOTS shoppers aged 60 or over can sign up to a secret rewards scheme that gives them extra discounts and points.

One of the biggest perks of the retailer's "Over 60s Rewards" scheme is that you can collect ten points for every £1 spent on Boots-branded items in store.

This covers brands including Natural Collection, No7, Soltan, and Tea Tree Witch Hazel, and you can still get the points boost if you qualify for 10 per cent student discount too.

In comparison, holders of Boots' regular Advantage scheme loyalty card earn just four points for every £1 spent – although this is across branded and non-branded items.

One point is then worth 1p to spend at Boots.

Other perks for members of the Over 60s club includes 150 points when members have their first free hearing health check at Boots Hearingcare.

There's also 20 per cent off personalised photo gifts on, and 25 per cent off your first pair of glasses or prescription sunglasses at Boots Opticians.

Boots also promises access to exclusive in-store events from makeovers to prize draws.

The scheme is free to join and you can do so online at Boots or in store but you do need to be an Advantage card holder to get access.

If you're not an Advantage card holder, you can apply for one for free at

Whether you sign up in store or online, proof of age will be required at the time of activation, such as a driving licence, bus pass or passport.

To collect the extra ten points in store you'll also need to activate the offer in store first at Boots using your Over 60s welcome letter.

There are some items excluded from the Over 60s deals so check out the terms and conditions before buying.

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Earlier this month, Sainsbury’s rolled out a new Nectar card scheme giving shoppers personalised offers to boost points.

While Tesco is to launch Clubcard Plus giving customers discounts on groceries, extra mobile data and fee-free spending abroad.

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