This thread will be for Ulta GWPs only. Share ulta promos here.
Please do NOT post requests for the spreadsheet in this thread. Please post requests for the Ulta GWP google spread sheet in this thread: http://community.sephora.com/t5/Off-Topic/Ulta-GWP-Google-Spreadsheet-Request-Thread/m-p/2753063#M11...
A list of in store coupons is here: https://community.sephora.com/t5/Savvy-Shoppers/Ulta-GWP-Coupons-no-chatter/td-p/3866521
Let's keep this thread on topic!
Ulta points refresher (because yes, it is that complicated):
Item #1 - $53.50
Item #3 - $108.50 (and is eligible for a certain item/brand 5x multiplier)
* There is also a 5x all purchase multiplier and you are platinum so you get 1.25x
Total Spent - $162
Base Points Earned - 162
Platinum .25x Earned - 41 (162 * .25 = 40.5, and rounding up)
5x All Purchases Earned - 648 (it ends up being 4x because you don't count the base points)
5x Item/Brand Earned - 434
Total Points Earned - 1285
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Please add product id numbers and sku numbers so people can find items on ulta.
Just to clarify, there is an item number that Ulta lists on the website, right under the picture of the item.
The product id is the number given to the item in the URL. So Ulta's site follows this formula of having the url and then the very last part of the url is "productId=xlsImpprod" followed by an 8 digit number. If you use that "productId" number you can get to the page of any item on ulta.
It's not a search, but the direct url to the page.
Click on any product, and then view the url in the address bar. It will look like this: ulta's website (not using the actual domain because BT admins don't like that) /prep-prime-fix?productId=xlsImpprod15921204 Replace the 8 digit product id of the item you want to see with the id of the product you're looking for.
My very unofficial Ulta point multiplier to approximate percent discount chart:
(This is a number where I use the multiplier to divide by 2000 to see how many dollars I would have to spend in order to redeem a $125 reward. E.g. 2000 points divided by 1 point multiplier means I have to spend $2000 to get the $125 reward. Adding how much I had to spend ($2000) + the reward ($125), and then using the reward ($125) to divide the total purchase ($2125), I get a discount of approximately 6% based on the total purchase. Note: the total purchase is based on the concept that you are spending just enough to reach the next $125 reward and combines the reward value with how much money you had to spend to get that reward.
Re: Ulta GWPs
@Jaxinthebox21 I really appreciate you taking the time to help me. I have tried email and calling many times. The last person I spoke with was very helpful, and told me I would get the multiplier points. The person with whom I messaged yesterday was just really rude. I don't get why it's so difficult to get my emails fixed.
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I’m trying to resist all these GWP and wait until 10x points day. I usually spend about $100 to get the most return while not entirely breaking my budget. It’s hard to resist when there are so many sales right now! I wish we can have a preview of 10x points day so I don’t have FOMO.
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@Danzie89 Thanks for the reminder - I’ll wait until then before buying anything. Points rule!
Does anyone know if I’ll get points when I spend my $10 birthday gift or an e-gift card?
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Your birthday gift is a $10 coupon, so you won't earn points on it. You will earn points on whatever you actually spend, regardless of how you pay for it (so yes, you can pay with a gift card and still earn points).
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they're killing us lately! didn't get anything cuz I was tired (also of shopping maybe? lol), but wanted to use the 350 pts., waiting to see if there are any more pts. or gwps.