Earn your party stripes!
Whether it’s a spur of the moment business meet, a surprise celebration, or a well-earned reward for the team, pre-book a table or area at C&B or Devonshire Terrace and we’ll add £1 to your POP card account for every person booked in.
You can then spend the balance at any one of our ten C&B bars and Devonshire Terrace.
POP Card FAQs
WHAT IS A POP CARD?
A POP card rewards you for booking at C&B Bars or at Devonshire Terrace by giving you £1 per person you book in. So if you organise a party for 50 people that’s £50 to spend on food or drinks next time you visit.
WHAT HAPPENS IF I LOSE MY POP CARD?
In the event of losing your POP card please notify C&B immediately, we will suspend your old card and a new card will be reissued. C&B cannot be held accountable for any points redeemed prior to receiving notification of loss.
WHAT IF I HAVE ONE OF THE PINK AND WHITE POP CARDS?
Don’t worry, it is still valid and you don’t need to replace it.
I’M HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY POP CARD, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you back up and running in no time.
WHAT ARE THE TERMS & CONDITIONS OF THE POP CARD SCHEME?
Funds on your card are only valid for 12 months from the date they were loaded.
All POP offers and promotions are not to be used in conjunction with any other. All offers are subject to availability. There is no cash alternative in lieu of an offer/product not being available. Should Management on site feel that a POP card is being abused and not used for its intended purpose Management can reserve the right to allocate funds or confiscate the card. POP points will be loaded onto your card after the booking has taken place and £1 will be loaded onto your card for each person who turns up at your booking. If you book for 50 people but only 40 turn up then you will receive £40 on your card. Points cannot be redeemed on tobacco. POP points cannot be redeemed against Christmas party bookings. POP points from multiple POP cards cannot be redeemed against a simgle booking. If POP funds are allocated to a POP card by way of an error, we reserve the right to restore the card to its previous balance.