New Plink Deal: Spend $10 at Quiznos Get a $10 Gift Card

 Sign up for Plink…Spend $10 at Quiznos….Get a $10 Gift Card!

~Kind of like getting FREE Lunch~




Sign up for Plink today, make a minimum $10 purchase at Quiznos by Sunday, 6/2 11:59 EST, and we’ll give you 1,000 Plink Points – enough to redeem for a $10 Gift Card of your choice at places like Amazon.com, Target, Walmart, Kohls, Starbucks, Regal Cinemas and more!

Plink where to earn

As you can see below 2000 points is enough to redeem for a $20 Gift Card (1,000 points = $10 gift card)  of your choice of 50,000 locations nationwide!

Plink point values

Terms:

  • New Plink Members only
  • Plink Member must link a credit or debit card by Sunday, 6/02 11:59 EST
  • Minimum $10 purchase necessary (after the member links a credit/debit card to their Plink account) to qualify for the bonus 1,000 Plink Points by making a minimum $10 purchase at Quiznos by Sunday, 6/02 11:59 EST
  • Bonus 1,000 Plink Points will be awarded 7 days after the posted transaction date.
  • Purchases that occur on 6/03 or later will not count toward this promotion, but will continue to earn Plink Points at their regular rate.

Look what Cathy was able to get with all of her Plink Points!

Plink Amazon Card

You will need to use the links in this post to receive the 1,000 Plink points.   This is an exclusive offer so, the Quiznos bonus offer will not be visible on Plink.com.  Bonus 1,000 Plink Points will be awarded within 7 business days of the transaction posting date.

Sign Up for Plink!

Also available… Spend $20 at Old Navy or Gap get a $20 Gift Card Deal!

Comments

  • Trisha Smedley

    Does $10 have to be spent in one transaction, or can it be a combination of purchases by 6/2? How did Cathy earn over 2000 plink points? If you spend $20 by 6/2, do you automatically earn 2000 points?

    • Kearna

      Trisha, Cathy took advantage of the Old Navy/ Gap offer they were offering 2000 points for $20 spent. Looks like she got some other points too. I believe it does have to be in one transaction. Hope that helps!

  • Donna Bobier

    Does anyone have a fear about giving out your bank sign-on information?

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