With the new program, members earn 1 Market Point for every full $1 spent. So, spending $9 earns you 9 points. Spending $9.50 also earns you 9 points. Spending $10 would get you 10 points. Rewards available include discounts of a minimum purchase amount or on specific menu items. The big ticket item is a free Complete Holiday Banquet if you redeem 1200 points.
Complete rewards items are as follows:
- 30 Market Points = free individual side, fountain beverage or individual dessert
- 50 Market Points = free large side
- 75 Market Points = free pot pie
- 85 Market Points = free quarter white or three-piece dark individual meal
- 95 Market Points = free half chicken meal
- 100 Market Points = $10 off a purchase of $10 or more
- 120 Market Points = free sandwich combo
- 130 Market Points = free chicken and ribs meal
- 160 Market Points = free prime rib meal
- 200 Market Points = $20 off any purchase of $20 or more
- 225 Market Points = free family meal for 5
- 1,200 Market Points = free Heat & Serve Holiday Meal
More details about the new program are available at the Boston Market website here.
In other deals, get a Boston Market coupon for $3 off a $10 purchase when you sign up for their VIP Club. You’ll get another Boston Market coupon on your birthday and during special times of the year.
To join the Boston Market VIP Club, enter your contact information and birthday at the Boston Market Signup Page.
You can find the Boston Market menu at: Boston Market Menu.
Boston Market Recipes
Boston Market provides recipes for many dishes, such as recipes for using chicken leftovers. You can find them at: Boston Market Recipe Library.
About Boston Market (from Wikipedia)
Boston Market, known as Boston Chicken until 1995, headquartered in Golden, Colorado, is a chain of American fast casual restaurants. It is owned by private equity firm Sun Capital Partners, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. Boston Market has its greatest presence in the Northeastern United States. As of January 2017, the chain has 463 restaurants.