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Do I Need an Account on the New Cummins Site?
Posted on January 12, 2021
Hi, Fruit Tree Lovers. Welcome to our new web site after 22 years of the old one. Please read below whether you are a long-time customer or first-time shopper. Contact us for help.
You probably need to create an account:
If you had an account on the old site, you will still need to create an account on the new site. However if you had placed an order for Spring 2021 shipping before January 2021, your account was transferred to the new site, and you will only have to reset your password. If you have never had an account on our site, it's best to create an account so that you can access the best pricing based on the purchases you make.
How do I create an account on the new site?
You can create your new account here. Please note that if you had an account on the old site, you will still need to create an account on the new site – see first question above. Also see next question about your historic pricing tier.
How do I access my historic pricing tier on the new Cummins site?
We will honor your historic pricing tier, however we were not able to import pricing tiers into the database for the new web site. Therefore, you will need to contact us – after creating an account on the new site – so we can manually set your historic price tier. Then it will be saved. What are pricing tiers? They are our way of rewarding return customers. For example, if you purchased trees at the 100+ price rate in the past, we will honor that going forward. If you order 1 tree or 20 trees, your price tier is still at the 100+ tree rate, saving you money on purchases of all sizes.
How do I edit my account information?
To edit your account information, please log in to your account. Once logged in select “Edit Account Information.”
How do I reset my password?
You can reset your password here.
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