Tornabuoni Ambassador

Share Officina de' Tornabuoni Firenze with friends and receive rewards.

MyTornabuoniClub also rewards you for spreading the word and sharing Officina de' Tornabuoni with friends.

How to become an ambassador?

To become an ambassador, simply make a purchase and register as a client on our online store on in our Via Tornabuoni store.

How to invite friends?

In the section "share with friends", you can sign up five friends whom you would like to let know about Officina de' Tornabuoni. All that is needed are their names and email addresses. Your friends will receive emails inviting them to try our signature creations.

How will i be rewarded?

When your friends make their first orders, you will be rewarded with a 5 euro voucher for every invited friend's concluded order. The amounts of the vouchers can be accumulated to use on your next online purchase or in our Via Tornabuoni store. 

Bring a friend shopping on our online store and you will both receive a 5 euro voucher.

Your friend can use the voucher on their first purchase and you will receive your voucher after your friend has concluded their order.



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