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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Earn Points with MyPoints, Get Free Stuff!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of MyPoints for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

When I was invited to check out MyPoints, I was intrigued.  I love getting a good deal, and there are some Great Offers and Deals at MyPoints What drew me in was the idea of making points to save money by just doing what I already am doing online.  I am a person that is pretty "plugged in" to the viral world.  I spend time connecting with friends and family near and far through social media, writing this blog, satisfying a midnight shopping urge, all the while streaming my favorite music playlist.  


Mypoints will allow you to save money while browsing the brands you already love: Target, Toys R Us, Walgreens, Sephora, JCPenny, Sears and over 1,000 more.  You earn Points for shopping at the sites you already might frequent, and at the same time discover a few great new ones. 

How it works:

~Members can register for their free accounts on MyPoints using: name, zipcode, gender, date of birth and an email address.

~Members earn points for responding to email offers, taking market research companies' surveys, shopping online at the MyPoints website, playing  MyPoints branded online games, clipping and redeeming coupons, booking travel, and engaging in other activities.

~Redeem your rewards points in the form of: gift cards from top merchants like: retailers, theaters, restaurants, airlines, hotels, PayPal and Facebook Credits.   You can even use your points for charitable donations!

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I just got done registering at MyPoints.com and it was a simple process.  I liked that is was easy but still thorough enough to get to know who I am to provide me with the best offers.  I love that they encourage you to use social media to earn Points, which makes it easy to tell your friends about it and earn even more points.  For each friend you get to sign up, you earn 750 points, plus you get 10% of what your friends earn as Bonus Points.

As a special offering going on right now, if you sign up with MyPoints, you will Earn Points Twice as Fast.  New MyPoints Members receive Double Points for whatever they make in the first 30 days.  Nice!

The feature I think I might use the most is the coupon option.  Earn 10 Points for every coupon you print and redeem.  Plus, earn 25 Bonus Points when you print and redeem 10 or more coupons.  Here is an example of a coupon from Target.

 Another feature I plan to use is their gift card option.  I love to buy gift cards for birthday and Christmas presents, so now I will be purchasing them through MyPoints.com.  They have every retailer I could possibly need.  I will also be checking out the Awesome Daily Deals at MyPoints.

So what do you think?  Does this excite you?  Would you use a shopping rewards system like MyPoints?

 I am excited about it and will keep you all informed on how it is going!

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2 comments:

  1. I've been a MyPoints user for years now and am happy with it. I wish I could afford to make use of ALL their amazing offers (you'll find they really do have a ton), but I still manage to get some nice rewards. Yes, you'll get a lot more emails, but you don't have to read them all, really. Just click and delete. Easy-peasy.

    Enjoy!

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  2. Hello,
    I’m a member of mypoints too. I usually order the walgreens gift cards with the points that I earn.
    Have you tried swagbucks? You can earn digital dollars and redeem them to purchase any of several gift cards, and/or products. I earn most of my swagbucks by searching the web and watching videos on SBTV (swag bucks tv), but there are several ways to earn those digital dollars. You can be my referral if you want. Here is the referral link: http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/kaay81

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