Loyalty offers and benefits
Sign up for a free Waterstones card and receive all these great benefits:
Collect three points for every £1 you spend* - each point is worth 1p. You can spend your points whenever you wish and save on your future reading. Then collect and spend your points online and in Waterstones shops.
Go green for rewards
Collect Eco points when you don’t take a plastic bag in our shops and quickly build your balance with regular bonus points offers.
Enjoy savings and discounts at museums, galleries, shows and literary days out.
Read and win
Receive emails packed full of the latest book news, recommendations for your reading, and extra delights from the latest books.
Free upgrades at Café W
Enjoy free upgrades (from regular to large) on hot drinks at Café W.
Meet your favourite authors, save on tickets for many Waterstones events and get priority booking at some of the UK's top literary festivals.
Free to join
Membership is free; all you need is an email address to start collecting points today. To request a Waterstones Card log in to your Waterstones.com account - or sign up for an account if you do not already have one - and click 'Join scheme' in the left-hand menu.
Do you have a question?
If you have a question about setting up or using your Waterstones Card, please look through our Frequently Asked Questions. Here are a few key things to note:
- If you sign up online you can start collecting points immediately, and your Card will be posted to you within 28 days. Alternatively you can join the scheme in any Waterstones bookshop and collect your Card today.
- To register for a Waterstones Card online, you first need to create or sign into your Waterstones.com account. For more details see our Frequently Asked Questions.
*Some exclusions apply including eBooks, gift cards and purchases from partner sites. Full details are listed under term 14 of the Waterstones Card terms and conditions. In participating shops in the ROI and rest of Europe, points are calculated at a rate of 2 points for every 1 or a pro rata amount rounded down to the nearest point and are worth 1.5c.