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Introducing Select Rewards

October 28, 2021

We're thrilled to announce our new Shop3D Select Rewards program. We've added some exciting and exclusive rewards to say thanks to our amazing customers, like you! Now every time you shop with us, you can earn points which can be exchanged for exclusive items, discounts and more.

Earn 1 point for every $5 you spend online and in-store.

You earned 20 Points for signing up with us!

Let us know what rewards you want to see, click here to take the short survey.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I earn points?
Earn one point for every five dollars spent at for your orders. Points are awarded on your subtotal: the price of the order after discounts but before shipping, taxes, and tips.

How do I spend points?
Use the Select Rewards menu while logged in to your Shop3D account to view your point balance and redeem it for rewards.


Terms and Conditions

Click here to read the terms and conditions

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