Give a recommendation. Get a reward.

Tell others about us and we’ll thank and reward you for every sale you generate. Oh, and make savings too!

1. Register

Sign-up for an affiliate account. It’s free to join and we welcome all friends and fans.

2. Promote

Tell others about us. Add links on your website and social profiles.

3. Reward

Check your account to keep track of commissions and payments.

Save 10% on purchases

Every purchase you make you’ll save 10%. So the more you buy, the more you save. It’s our way of thanking you for your support. Just login and the discount is applied at checkout.

Earn 10% on Sales

Every sale you generate we’ll reward you 10% of the sale price. We’ll keep a log of all the sales and pay you once a month. You can keep an eye on sales in your account.

Give free shipping

Give a unique code to your friends and when it’s used they’ll get free shipping to anywhere in the UK. It’ll help them save a little when buying too.


It's free

There are no joining fees, or any cost during the process. We’ll simply pay you commission on your recommendations.

It's Flexible

There’s no commitment to sell. We won’t pressure you at any point. Just do what you can. The more you sell, the more we’ll reward.


If you love what we do, you can join, but to give you a better idea of who our affiliate scheme is for…

Our Customers

If you’re an owner of a Griff’s apron you’re best placed to know why others should hear about us. Tell your friends, family, colleagues and community.

  • Retail customers
  • Trade customers

Media & Personalities

If you have an audience who loves to cook and bake, tell them all about us through personal recommendations, mentions and adverts.

  • Newspapers & magazines
  • Blogs & podcasts
  • Celebrity chefs & bakers

Shops & Schools

If you run a shop or school for cooking, baking or homewares, tell your customers all about us. We know they’ll thank you for the recommendation.

  • Cook shop
  • Gift & homeware stores
  • Cookery schools

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