new customer benefitslike VIP

18 March 2016


At Playforce, we reward loyalty and treat our customers like VIP! And we prove it!


We’ve introduced a fantastic new range of benefits exclusively for our valued customers. The great thing is we’ll be constantly reviewing and adding to these rewards, so we hope that there will always be something of interest to you.


As a Playforce customer you are entitled to the following benefits:


  • Discounted annual school subscription with Twinkl - Discover a world of lesson plans, interactive activities, resource packs, PowerPoints, worksheets and teaching ideas with Twinkl Primary Resources! As a Playforce customer, we have agreed an exclusive offer with our friends at Twinkl and you can receive 14 months for the price of 12 with an annual school subscription.
  • 10% off Playforce Shop purchases - Designed for schools and nurseries, large and small, our Playforce Shop range is made up of entirely non-installation, mail order ...Get 10% off Playforce Shop purchases. You'll also have priority notice of Playforce Shop flash sales and special offers.
  • 5% off the Playforce Care 1 year inspection package - By choosing Playforce as your supplier, you can be assured that the equipment and installation is of the highest quality. However, as a typical Playforce outdoor space is used by hundreds of children every day, we would always recommend that an independent RPII-certified inspection is carried out on an annual basis. As a Playforce customer, you can now receive 5% off the Playforce Care 1 year inspection package.


Keep your eyes peeled for even more goodies heading to Playforce customers soon.


How does it work?

Once you become a Playforce customer all you need to do is contact your Customer Account Manager on 01225 792660 and let them know which offers you would like to take advantage of. Your account manager will then pass your details onto our partners or provide you with the relevant Playforce discount. It's as simple as that! For more information take a look here

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