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Jordan Freytag

May 26
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What a strange year it has been so far. We wanted to take a moment to update you on a few changes at True Lear Market, including some good news (because couldn’t we all use some?).

Upgrade to the True Leaf Loyalty Rewards Program

We are adding a 4th tier to our Rewards Program to show our appreciation for our professional grower customers who have been so loyal to us. Effective now and going forward earning points in the Rewards Program based on your purchases looks like this:

Annual Purchases:

  • 0 to $249.99 – Hobbyist: 1 point per $1 spent
  • $250 to $999.99 – Gardener: 2 points per $1 spent
  • $1000 to $9999.99 – Farmer: 3 points per $1 spent
  • $10,000 and over – Professional Grower: 10 points per $1 spent

Points are redeemable for online purchases at TrueLeafMarket.com with a discount of one cent per point. Points will begin to accrue at your current level with your next purchase.

Change to Available Sizes

Paper Packet Sizes - We have heard your requests and are working to dramatically expand paper packet sizes for every variety of vegetable and herb seed, and most flower seeds. We expect to have all the expanded paper packet sizes available by the end of 2020 so you will have a vastly bigger selection for the 2021 gardening season.

50 Lb. Bulk Sizes - Federal Express and UPS have recently added a very expensive surcharge for any package over 50 Lbs. This surcharge has made it so expensive to ship a 50 lb. box, that we cannot continue to do it without raising prices dramatically on that size. We have opted instead to leave prices where they are and eliminate the 50 Lb. size option going forward. If you need 50 lbs. or more of a variety, you can still purchase multiple 25 lb. increments. We will ship them in multiple boxes, instead of consolidating them into a single box. For pallet quantity, and any orders that ship LTL, we may ship seeds in either 25 or 50 Lb. bags as circumstances dictate.

New Varieties Coming Soon

We are working hard to expand our selection of vegetable, herb, flower and microgreens seeds. We expect to announce the addition of hundreds of new varieties in 2020 and beyond. We’d love to hear your requests for varieties you’d like us to carry.

As always, we are so grateful for your trust and loyalty, and wish you a safe and healthy 2020.

The True Leaf Market Team

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2 comments

Yulia Bogdanova

Hello! I try to made my order but I didn’t see my rewards


Sandra

Is it possible to earn points when someone I recommend, buys from TrueLeaf ?


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