About D.I.Y. Rewards
Picked up a card in-store?
Before you can redeeem points, you'll need to register.
Not a member of DIY Rewards?
Sign-up here, it's easy and free!
Already a member?
Just hand over your DIY Rewards membership card to receive a range of cracking stuff including;
- Rewards points for every dollar you spend*
- Exculsive promotions
- Bonus Offers
Introducing your card to go hard. DIY Rewards is our rewards program available at participating Home Timber & Hardware stores. It’s simple, when you build stuff, you’ll get stuff – 5 points for every dollar you spend, redeemable for any gear you want in your nominated store.
There are no membership joining fees and once you’ve joined, simply login through this site and all of your information is easy to access. Just hand over your DIY Rewards membership card to receive a range of cracking stuff including:
- Reward points for every dollar you spend*
- Exclusive promotions
- Bonus Offers
How do I become a DIY Rewards member?
Join up at the counter, or online using the link above and start collecting rewards straight away. Contact your local store to see if they’re a DIY Rewards store.
How do the DIY Rewards work?
Receiving Your Rewards
Doing the work ain’t easy but redeeming points is. Just present your DIY Rewards membership card every time you make a purchase at your nominated Home store. Your purchase is recorded onto your membership card, every time it’s scanned, you’ll receive five points for every dollar you spend in store. *Conditions apply.
Redeeming Your Rewards
Keep track of your points with your secure DIY Rewards account online. Once you have accumulated 500 points, you can redeem them on purchases, but only at your nominated store. Show your membership card so we know you deserve extra special member benefits.
Tracking Your Rewards
You can keep track of your rewards on this website. Simply click the ´member´ icon above to log in. There you will enter a Member ID and Password. Use your membership card number/barcode as your Member ID and your surname as your password the first time you log in to check your accounts.
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