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Use Plink at Subway and Get a Free $10 Gift Card!

Calling all freebie fans! Sign up with Plink, make any purchase at Subway by June 23, 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 securely to a credit or debit card to give points for purchases. As a read-only encryption service, there is zero possibility of unwanted fees or unauthorized access to your credit card.

There are no coupons or membership cards to keep track of. Simply 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!

Remember, as a private offer, Subway might not show up in your Plink wallet; this is normal. Just make your purchase by the June 23 deadline, and you’ll get your free gift card within 7 days after the transaction posts.

Get Started:

  • Visit 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.
  • Make any purchase at Subway by June 23 (as a private offer, Subway won’t show up in Plink. Don’t worry, this is normal).
  • Once the transaction posts, 1,000 points are automatically added to your Plink account within 7 days.
  • Done! Rewards are waiting.

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8 thoughts on “Use Plink at Subway and Get a Free $10 Gift Card!”

  1. candy says:

    You have to give your credit/debit card info?

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  2. Tammy Arroway-Turcott says:

    I know I signed up with my swagbucks account but now I’m wondering if you get a better deal straight thru them… It’s about 2 or 3 swagbucks per dollar spent. Anybody know what the rate is going straight thru plink?

  3. Faye says:

    would a cookie count?

  4. Javonda Keltee says:

    What do you have to purchase?

  5. Megan Springle says:

    Will this still work if I’m already a Plink member? And is it for Papa John’s or Subway? Both are mentioned in the blog post.