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Why Join the SCS Crystal Society?

Programme Benefits

The Swarovski Crystal Society (SCS) unites crystal enthusiasts of all ages from all over the world and offers its members a whole range of special benefits.

To join this fabulous community as a new member, renew your current membership, or offer SCS membership as a gift, simply register here at Swarovski for further details, or contact us on 01481 721501 or email sales@dutyfreecrystal.co.uk. Once a member you will be able to purchase SCS products via us at Vat Free Prices

Available in: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Please note that this service requires payment by credit card.
For SCS Terms and conditions click here.


The option to purchase exclusive SCS products, including the coveted SCS Annual Editions and other complementary Crystal Creations.

An exclusive annual crystal gift not otherwise for sale. The Membership Gift for 2017 is the SCS Wild Flower.

Complimentary copies of the Swarovski Magazine

A quarterly, award-winning, life-style publication in ten languages, catering specifically to the interests of our crystal lovers worldwide. Learn about the company’s continuing role in the world of Crystal Creations, Home Décor and Fashion, Art, Architecture, Entertainment and Industry together with information about the company’s history, social responsibility and other cultural and ecological topics.

Invitations to SCS events. Call or email your local Customer Relations Hotline to find out what events are taking place near you.

A personalised SCS membership card and unique number that guarantees your access to SCS privileges.

One free admission to the Swarovski Kristallwelten in Wattens (Tyrol)

per year with unlimited access to the Swarovski Kristallwelten Shop and Swarovski VIP Lounge.

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