*HOT OFFER! Hurry! Last Chance* Want a Free $10 Gift Card? Keep reading…
Do you shop at Walgreens? If so, and you are not already a member of Plink, then Sign up to Plink today, make ANY purchase at Walgreens by Saturday, 9/14 11:59pm EST, and you will receive 1,000 Plink Points — enough to redeem a $10 Gift Card. You can choose which gift card you want: Amazon, Target, Walmart, Starbucks, Kohls, Home Depot, etc.
Note: This offer is an private unadvertised deal and it will not show up as an offer in your Plink Wallet. After linking your card, once you make any purchase before midnight Saturday on the linked card, you will have 1,000 points (which can be redeemed for $10) added on your card within 7 Days. It’s only available for new signups to Plink. It will not work for existing members.
I don’t know about you, but I’m gonna run to claim this while it’s still available. :) It’s a great way to score $10 Free Money for doing something I would do anyway: my weekly haul at Wags (aka. Walgreens). Just sayin’
Follow these steps to get your Free $10 Gift Card:
- Join Plink Here
- Link a credit or debit card that you will use to make the purchase. I talk more about this below if you are worried about linking your card.
- Make any purchase at Walgreens on that linked card on or before Saturday, 9/14 11:59pm EST.
- Plink will award you with 1,000 points within 7 days.
- That’s enough to get the Free $10 Gift Card.
How does Plink work?
When you sign up, you link a credit or debit card with Plink. Then when you shop with that card, participating stores will link your purchases with your Plink account and you earn Plink points that are redeemable for Gift Cards.
You’ll earn rewards at more than 40,000 locations, nation-wide. It’s Free to join.
Worry about linking your credit card? Plink doesn’t actually store your credit card information. It is done through Intuit (the people who makes Turbo Tax and Quicken). Intuit handles all that information security and for security purposes. The connection process is identical to the one used by mint.com. We would never recommend a service that didn’t have our full confidence.