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The Unique Folk Loyalty Programme operates under the terms and conditions as set out below, in conjunction with Unique Homestays standard Booking Terms and Conditions.


By using your points to receive or redeem benefits you agree that you have read and accepted these terms;

1. Points cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative, nor will any negotiations be entered into regarding the exchange of points.

2. Points are awarded at a value of one point for every £1 you spend. When spending points, the value of one point is £0.02 of a booking, this is standard across all bookings but may vary with promotions. Points are redeemable for 33 weeks of the year, excluding the key holiday periods (Christmas, New Year, February, May and October half terms, Easter weeks, July, and August.) Unique Homestays reserve the right to alter this without notice.

3. You can use points to pay for up to 20% of the total accommodation cost on the booking you are redeeming them against. Any surplus points will remain in your account to utilise against another booking.

4. Third parties, including concierge companies and marketing agencies, are not applicable to apply for this programme. 

5. Points are only accepted on the accommodation cost of each booking; points cannot be applied to add-ons such as dogs, additional cleaning or extras including catering.

6. If you cancel or make a change to your booking resulting in a refund, points will be reversed to the value of any refund at the same rate they were awarded.

7. Points are valid for 24 months. If not used or topped up via another booking, all points will expire.

8. A cautionary deposit is due to the value stated at each property when making a booking, points cannot be used towards this refundable deposit. 

9.The scheme started on 4th July 2020; points are awarded on bookings created since that date.

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