Cedar Court Rewards Program – Terms and Conditions
By registering for Cedar Court Rewards, you agree to all terms and conditions listed below:
A member who is registered on this website and who claims a qualified Cedar Court booking by completing a claim form, will be awarded an amount of points for their booking when the claim form is validated by Cedar Court. Points can only be claimed and awarded to the registered loyalty member who pays the final invoice.
A registered Cedar Court Rewards member will be awarded points calculated as follows:
- £1000 spent gives £50 voucher
- 1 point per pound spent
- 1000 points is worth £50
- 1 point is equivalent to 5p
Cedar Court vouchers:
- £1000 spent gives £100 voucher
- 1 point per pound spent
- 1000 points is worth £100
- 1 point is equivalent to 10p
External vouchers are redeemable at Amazon and Love to shop
Cedar Court vouchers are redeemable Afternoon Tea for 2 or Overnight DBB stay
Every 2 weeks registered members will be emailed how many points they have accumulated. Points do not expire unless your account becomes inactive for any period of 12 months or longer. To maintain points in your account, you must have at least one verified claim transaction or redeem transaction posted to your account every 12 months. If no points have been earned or reward redeemed for a period of 12 consecutive months, the account will be deemed to have lapsed. Once an account has lapsed all points accrued in your account shall be forfeited and shall be closed. Points are not redeemable for cash and have no value unless presented for redemption in accordance with our Terms and Conditions. Cedar Court will send a periodic statement email informing you of any point updates that the account has accumulated. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a statement email may not be sent where the registered member has not accumulated any points during the immediately preceding six months.
Redemption of Gift Codes
Registered members may exchange points under the Cedar Court Rewards Programme for Cedar Court experience and monetary vouchers when the minimum amount of 1000 points (£50 for external vouchers or £100 for internal) for redemption is achieved. Once points have been exchanged for a gift code, no refund will be available. Redemptions are at all times subject to availability. Cedar Court monetary vouchers can only be used for part payment of accommodation if booked with an event. Advance booking is required for experience vouchers listed on Cedar Court Rewards i.e Afternoon tea, lunch, and dinner.
Booking Restrictions and Limitations
Points can only be claimed and awarded to the registered loyalty member who pays the final invoice. Cedar Court does not guarantee to be able to offer points for bookings claimed which are incomplete, not eligible or not confirmed status.
Cedar Court Hotels reserve the right to change program benefits at any time.
Customers must be over 18 years of age to participate.
Employees of Cedar court are not eligible to participate.
Only one registration per person is permitted.
Registration and points are not transferable.
It is the registered members’ responsibility to update their profile online or inform Cedar Court Rewards of any changes to their details, including but not limited to, their change of name and/ or postal and email address.
In the event of death, this will result in the cancellation of the registration and forfeiture of any remaining points balance.
Cedar Court Rewards and reserve the right to refuse member registrations or to cancel any account registered and revoke any and all unredeemed points collected by any members for reasons including, but not limited to, fraud or misuse of their account and/or any violation by the registered member of these terms and conditions.
PAYE and National Insurance Contribution
The registered member of the booking incentive programme named Cedar Court Rewards will be responsible for any additional tax and NI liabilities. Participants will have to include in their own tax return any amounts received from vouchers redeemed for the retailers represented using this platform. It is their responsibility to declare to HMRC any benefits they receive.