Try Plink for serious rewards on in-store retail purchases and dining out. Sign up now, spend $10 at Taco Bell 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. There is no need to worry about security: as a read-only encryption service, there is zero possibility of unwanted fees or criminal access to your credit card. The system can only read purchases, but never charge.

Better yet, 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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21 thoughts on “Eat Out with Plink and Get a free $10 Gift Card!”

  1. Cal says:

    When I asked Plink where my points were for the recent Burger King offer for 1000 points, this is their reply….very shady indeed:

    “After taking a look at your account, I think I know why you did not receive those points. It looks like you actually signed up to Plink through one of our affiliate websites, and therefore, you likely got your sign up bonus through them. Unfortunately, we are only able to award one sign up bonuses one time. I do apologize for the inconvenience. Please let me know if you have any other questions for me. Have a nice day!”

  2. holly says:

    BEWARE, i did the $10 Plink Burger King offer and they’re refusing to credit the points because they said I signed up through “an affiliate site” (KCL) and I would be getting points from KCL??!! Shame on them.

  3. mamas says:

    its not letting me link a card at all.. signed up, a pop up came up saying to enter your bank name i did and then it takes me to another page to sign in, and then i enter my log in info and then it tells me theres a problem with the bank credientals but i havent entered the account number or anything.. just the name like it asked…
    anyone have this problem?

  4. Anita says:

    I don’t like the linking to my checking account and signing in with my bank account password? Not for me!

  5. KR Crawford says:

    It linked my checking account. How would it know when I make a purchase when I pay with my debit card and directly through my checking account (if that makes sense). Anyone know?

  6. Rachel says:

    could you buy a $10 taco bell gift card?

  7. BeccaC says:

    I just signed up, but I don’t see anything about earning 1,000 points if I spend $10 at Taco Bell. Is it some secret deal or something?

    • BeccaC says:

      Oh, I didn’t click the link when I signed up, I went to the site. That’s probably why.

      • nikkicats2 says:

        I signed up through the link and don’t see anything about getting 1,000 points when you spend $10 at Taco Bell either. It just says 70 points for purchases over $5 and 150 points for purchases over $15.

        • Anonymous says:

          Need to click the link above.

        • Cal says:

          You won’t get the points because Plink will claim you’re getting them through an affiliate (KCL),see Cal’s comment above. Last time I checked, KCL doesn’t offer points.

  8. Patti says:

    Can you use Plink at Walmart and Walgreens?