Try Plink for serious rewards on in-store retail purchases and dining out. Sign up now, spend $10 at Burger King and get 1,000 Plink points free. That’s enough points for a free $10 gift card to Amazon, Starbucks, Target or one of Plink’s many other retail partners.

Plink links directly (and securely) to a credit or debit card. As a read-only service, there is no possibility of unwanted fees or access to your credit card. There are no coupons or membership cards to keep track of. Just shop and dine out normally to earn rewards. Best of all, it’s worry free. Plink has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and great online reviews!

Here’s how it works:

  • Make an in-store purchase at any of 40,000 retailers or restaurants.
  • Points are automatically added to your Plink account.
  • Reach a set number of points to earn rewards.

For example,1,000 Plink points earns a $10 gift card to Amazon or Starbucks. More points earn major rewards like discounts on travel and hotels. Most purchases average 150–600 points, though totals of 2,500 or more are common at many retailers like Gap.

Sign up here:

  • Swing by Plink to sign up for free in under 5 minutes.
  • Enter an email address and password.
  • Link a credit or debit card to your Plink account.
  • Plink away! Rewards are ready and waiting.

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15 thoughts on “Eat out with Plink and Get a Free $10 Gift Card!”

  1. Ann Venne says:

    No points went into my account when I signed up and I only saw 150 pts. for a purchase from Burger King….did I miss somethings?

    • tinabelle616 says:

      I was wondering the same thing I only found the 150 points thing too?

      • Ann Venne says:

        yeah, and there are over 40,000 retailers? I only saw about a dozen that I could choose from?……

        • Marc Marin says:

          Ann, it’s actually 50,000+ – but it is retail locations. We just added Old Navy this week and should have some exciting promotion around them in the near future.

          • Heidi says:

            Please answer why Plink wants my login name and password for my bank or credit card account. This is against safe on line practices. Isn’t there any other method your company could use? There are many people who share the same reservation that I do. I goggled plonk and found this out. I would never give a stranger my log in nformation. Why does Plink demand such an invasion of privacy?

          • Ann Venne says:

            How do you load them onto your card? I was only able to load three places.

      • Anonymous says:

        That’s just for standard Burger King purchases; during this promotion, you can sign up for Plink, spend $10 at BK and then receive your 1000 points.

        • Marc Marin says:

          Full disclosure – I’m the CMO at Plink (@memarin1)

          If you make the min $10 purchase at BK, you’ll actually get the 75 (or 150) points for the transaction in addition to the 1,000 bonus points. The purchase needs to happen by Sunday, 3/17 and the 1,000 bonus points will be awarded on 3/21.

          I’m more than happy to answer any other questions.

  2. mango says:

    she says that right in the instructions….
    how else do u think the app links up?

    • Heidi says:

      Her description does not specify that they want access to your personal account by asking for your name and password. Maybe you should read it again. If you feel comfortable letting some stranger company log into your credit card bill and see all your purchase then you can sign up. Your credit card company specifically tells you NEVER to give out your password to anyone.

      • Anonymous says:

        We understand your reservations, but Plink does utilize a secure, read-only encryption. The only reason the CC info is needed is to automatically assign Plink points to your account for every dollar you spend. We would never recommend a service that didn’t have our full confidence.

  3. Heidi says:

    I thought I would try this but on step 2 they ask for your loving name and password for your credit card that you want to link up with this service. Are you serious? Who would give access to their credit card account???