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Cookies are very small files that websites send to your computer, they are designed to aid web based companies in providing their customers with the best online experience. Cookies make the interaction between users and websites faster and easier. The Sweaty Betty website uses cookies to allow customers to move from one part of the web site to another and to add items to the shopping basket without having to login more than once.

Cookies do not allow us access to your computer and do not store any details relating to you or your credit cards. They are used by most websites and are designed to improve your experience and journey whilst on that site. Where your actions can be tracked by a cookie this is usually done by giving your session (time spent on one website) an unidentifiable numeric ID.

By using the Sweaty Betty website you are agreeing to the use of cookies, our website cannot function properly without them.


cookies that we use:

Cookie name Why we use it
session This cookie is required to make the core functionality of the website (such as the shopping basket) work. This cookie ensures that any selections you make are carried through your journey. E.G. Any products that you put in your shopping basket stay there until you are ready to check out, or if you select next day delivery it remains selected if you go back and forth between the checkout page and other pages on the website.
CurrentCustomerSweaty+Betty1 Once you log in on our website we give you a Customer ID so we can recognise you next time you visit. This cookie enables us to set that customer number and therefore populate your account with your previous orders, you will need this should you wish to check your order status or exchange an item on our website or via our Customer Care team. This cookie also tells us how many times our Postcode look-up service is used (we have to pay a small fee to the people who provide us with this service).
__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv These cookies enable our Google Analytics software to work. This means we can see data like visitor numbers, what pages are visited, order volumes & response to marketing campaigns. We use this data to ensure we are marketing to the correct people, we are also able to analyse and improve the journey our customers make through the website using this data.
ASPSESSIONIDACDCCSQT Websites are hosted on servers, this cookie is launched by our server to make sure both the front-end (the customer facing website) and the back-end (where all the technical changes happen) work in synch with each other. This cookie contains alphanumeric characters unique to your session, and like all other cookies is personally non-identifiable.
recentlyViewed We use this cookie to show you what items you have recently viewed, by doing this you can easily find a product that you have just looked at and may want to re-visit.
Session%5Fsrc This cookie lets us know where the customer came from before landing on our website. From this we can see if you clicked through from one of our emails, clicked on an advert that we have paid for, or found us in a search engine. We can use this information to measure the success of our marketing campaigns.
ChannelSelection This cookie remembers whether you prefer to shop from our UK website or USA website, next time you visit we'll remember your preference and send you straight there.
Rich Relevance Rich Relevance cookies are used to identify products that we think you might be interested in purchasing. The cookie tracks across user sessions and then provides relevant product recommendations throughout your customer journey based on what products you are looking at.
_#uid, _#sess, _#env, _#srchist, _#vdf, _#tsa, _#lps We work with DC Storm to have a deeper understanding of our marketing campaign results and website conversion. This extends on the data that Google Analytics can provide us and helps us to provide you with a better experience online.

DC Storm cookies store a user identifier (nothing personally identifiable, this is usually a random number) & information about the users session. They flag the environment variables (what is your screen size, which browser you use etc), store the history of traffic source the user has arrived to the website by (google, yahoo, bloggers etc), and check whether you have been to visit us before.
Monetate Monetate cookies store an anonymous ID with other information regarding the customer's current session. The cookie has a 10 year expiration set on it. We use this information to create to adapt and improve the online customer experience..
Bazaarvoice Bazaarvoice uses cookies, web beacons and other technologies to collect information from Consumers on the Bazaarvoice Network. Our technologies may collect the IP address of your computer, the pages you visit within the Bazaarvoice Network, the date and time of your visit, browser type and version and other click-stream data (collectively "Analytics and Tracking Data"). We use the Analytics and Tracking Data to operate the Services, enable the submission of User Generated Content, to enable anonymous analytics and measurement reporting, and to display online advertisements to you and other users.
Mediaplex Mediaplex may use technology such as click-stream, cookies, web beacons, log files and HTTP protocol elements to collect general data on the performance of our advertising campaigns so we can report aggregated results. This data is collected on an anonymous and non-personally identifiable basis.
Google We use information collected from cookies and other technologies, like pixel tags, to improve your user experience and the overall quality of our services. For example, to tailor adverts to make sure they are relevant and of interest to you based on non PPI data such as browser type, time of day and website visited. When showing you tailored ads, we will not associate a cookie or anonymous identifier with sensitive categories, such as those based on race, religion, sexual orientation or health.
Turn Inc. Our technology collects information about the website(s) that a browser visits and the advertisements that a browser displays while online. You may encounter our technology when Turn or a Business Partner purchases online advertisements on a website that you visit, an app that you use, etc.; and/or when one of our Business Partners places one of our web beacons on a property that you visit or use.We use the information collected by our technology in order to help make the Turn Ads you see more relevant to you, and for ad delivery and reporting purposes.  By delivering a more relevant ad, Turn is an important participant in the keeping the internet free, dynamic, and vibrant!
Quantcast Cookies help Quantcast to gather non PPI and improve the effectiveness of their advertising. This allows them to deliver relevant online advertising to individual consumers and helps get their ads in front of the people that are most likely to find them interesting. For consumers, we provide ads that are most useful and relevant to their interests.

Cookies are not computer programs, and can't read other information saved on your hard drive. They cannot be used to disseminate viruses, or get a user's email address etc. They only contain and transfer to the website as much information as the users themselves have disclosed to that website. It is possible to opt out of cookies via your browser’s cookie settings, but if you do this you will not be able to shop from the Sweaty Betty website as the functions of the website are dependent on cookies. Please note that cookies are computer specific, so if you log on to any website from a different computer, the cookie settings on that computer will apply.

For further information about managing and disabling cookies on your computer see allaboutcookies.org. By using our websites, you consent to our placement of cookies on your computer. You may occasionally get cookies from our business partners or other third parties. We have no access to or control over these cookies. Most internet browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you do not wish to have cookies on your system, you can set your browser preferences to refuse them or to alert you when cookies are being sent. In order to disable cookies, please consult your browser's "help" section for instructions. Additionally, if you have an Adobe Flash player installed on your computer, your Flash player can be set to reject or delete Flash cookies. If you choose to decline cookies. Additionally, web beacons are small strings of code that are placed in a web page or in an email message. They are sometimes called "clear GIFs" (Graphics Interchange Format) or "pixel tags". Web beacons are most often used in conjunction with cookies to track activity on our websites. When you visit a particular web page, web beacons notify us of your visit. Since web beacons are used in combination with cookies, if you disable cookies the web beacons will only detect an anonymous website visit. When used in an email, Web beacons enable us to know whether you have received the email.

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