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Have you all joined Plink yet? Plink is a registered card program that allows you to earn Plink Points and other online rewards for dining out and shopping offline. It’s designed so you don’t have to carry around an additional card, print out coupons, or use some sort of code to get your rewards. You will go out to eat as normal, pay with your registered credit or debit card that you used when joining Plink, and they will automatically give you your rewards points!
And right now through Sunday, 3/17 11:59 EST, earn one $10 Gift Card wyb $10 at Burger King! (Minimum $10 purchase necessary at Burger King after linking credit/debit card to your Plink account). Amazon, iTunes, and Walmart are just some of the gift cards featured on Plink.
If you’re like me, of course you’re skeptical of having to give your credit card or debit card. And you should be. You should protect your information as best as possible. But the truth is, we use our credit cards all the time online at places like Amazon.com and Walmart.com, but we trust them because they’re big names.
Plink has partnered with literally hundreds of restaurants like Dunkin Donuts, 7-Eleven, Outback, Burger King and others to bring this deal to us, and they use a third-party bank-level encryption technology to protect our credit cards. It’s kind of like having a credit card on file with Amazon.com.
So I’ll let you make the decision to move foreward, but a free $10 gift card is a FREE money! I just want you all to know that I’ve vetted the company enough to feel comfortable sharing this freebie with you; you’ll need to make your own choice. If you eat out a lot, then you can really start to earn a lot of Plink points and have gift cards for friends and family, birthday parties, or just a treat for yourself.
Go HERE to get started with Plink and make sure you read their FAQ (bottom of page) if you have other questions.
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