well i heard that the club cali club ended at the begining of the year.. ive been a member of it for a while and i believe on the website it says it isnt accepting new memebers anyway so you cant sign up. well to answer your question
what you do is buy stuff and each dollar counts as a point. and once you get to like 400 points you can get a $25 gift card. i know like 950 points is a band t-shirt and so on. you can go online to redeam your points whenever you want(if the program still exsists) and thats about it. they tell you that they send you coupons after 500 points but really they dont because i had over 1000 points as of dec 31 when i hurried and redeamed all my points. [ DancinCutie08's advice column | Ask DancinCutie08 A Question ]
Teza answered Friday January 20 2006, 5:19 am: I had one a while ago but the guy who worked there said that everytime you purchase something at the store you give them that card and they will put how much you spent on there. After you spent about $250 dollars they will send you some things. CD's, clothes .. whatever. Now, I'm not sure the exact amout of money. When you sign up for it, make sure you ask any questions you have to you don't regret signing up for it. [ Teza's advice column | Ask Teza A Question ]
babiigirl answered Friday January 20 2006, 4:28 am: i really dont know if this is what your talking about but i tried to look.
In order to enroll online in Hollister's Club Cali Program, you will need to provide the following information: name, gender, birthday (day and month only), telephone number, e-mail address, and postal address. In addition, if you obtained your Club Cali card from one of our stores, you will need to provide your Club Cali card number and the location of the Hollister store from which you obtained the card and information packet.
The information you provide when registering as a Club Cali member will be used to administer the Club Cali program, as well as to send you promotional materials from Hollister Co. via e-mail and regular postal mail. We may also use your registration information to automatically enter you into the contests that are occasionally offered at this Web site. Once you become a registered Club Cali member, Hollister Co. will maintain information about the purchases you make when you present your Club Cali card. This will allow you to review your purchase activity, as well as monitor your Club Cali awards, when you sign in to your Club Cali account online. From time to time, Hollister may select charitable organization and as a Club Cali member you may elect to use your points to provide donations to these selected charitable organizations. If you elect the option of using your points for a selected charitable organization, Hollister will make the contribution to the charitable organization and provide them with your name and address so that you can be recognized. In addition, if you select this charitable contribution option, the charity may use your name and address to send you additional information about the charity, but will be restricted from selling information about you that they received from Club Cali. Signing-up for Club Cali also allows visitors to create an address book and enjoy "quick checkouts" by having HollisterCo.com automatically enter their billing address and preferred shipping information.
Your name and postal address, which you provided when registering for Club Cali, as well as your purchasing information, may be added to our postal mailing list. We make the names and postal addresses in our postal mailing list, sometimes categorized by purchasing information, available to our affiliated companies and other unaffiliated companies for their marketing purposes. If you would like to make sure that we do not disclose your name and postal mailing address to unaffiliated parties, please click here to email us and tell us that you do not want your postal address shared with unaffiliated third parties for their marketing purposes.
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