The group's annual report revealed rewards under a lucrative shares incentive plan were scrapped after disappointing annual results saw profits fall 6% to £665.2 million - the lowest level since 2009 - amid a disastrous performance from its clothing lines.
The plan could have seen Mr Bolland land shares worth 300% of his £970,000 salary. A similar long-term share plan awarded him £1.2 million last year.
He was still awarded an £829,000 cash and shares bonus although this was less than half the maximum potential amount, taking his total pay and benefits package to £2.1 million, down from £3.2 million the previous year.
Mr Bolland's pay deal has been in the spotlight after the group's recent annual results amid questions over his role at the group.
He has declined a pay rise for three years in a row since being appointed in 2010.