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How To Use Your Rewards Points

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**UPDATED 10/27/2018**
So you've purchased hundreds of dollars worth of glass, accumulated tons of rewards points, and now you'd like to use the hard-earned points for some free stuff. 

But... how? 

Here's a quick video (no audio) - 48 seconds long.

Let's take you through this step-by-step. 

  1. Sign in to your account at If you do not have an account and you have purchased from us before, email us and we'll set up your account!
  2. Find the purple "Reward Program" button on the bottom right-hand side of the website and click on it to open a box that shows your points and whether you have rewards available.
  3. The next screen shows your Points Balance. 
  4. If you have enough points to redeem a reward, it will show up under "Next Reward". 
    Reward Program "Next Reward"

  5. Scroll down a bit to the "Your Rewards" section to select a reward if you don't want the one available under the previous step.
    Your Rewards

  6. Select which reward you would like by clicking it.

  7. Click the Purple "Copy Code" button to copy the code. It will also be sent to your email address on file. Click the "x" in the top right to close the Rewards Program box.Copy Rewards Code

  8. Go Shopping! When you're ready to check out, head to your cart and paste the entire coupon code into the Gift Card or Discount Code box. **If you're on a tablet or phone, see step 9.

  9. If you didn't use the entire amount, like in the example above, you will be able to use the same coupon code for the balance in another order. 

  10. Click "Apply" and the amount of your discount code will be taken off the total of your order. 
  11. Complete your checkout and enjoy your purchase!
  12. If you're on a tablet or phone, you will have to click on "Show Order Summary" to enter your coupon codes. See below: Tablet or Phone checkoutTablet or Phone Checkout.


Rewards Points Coupons cannot be combined with any other offers including, but not limited to coupons, gift cards, discounts, or sale items.

If you have any questions regarding this or anything else having to do with glass fusing in general, don't hesitate to contact us!

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