Eat at Taco Bell and Get a $10 Amazon, iTunes, Target and More Gift Card

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Plink REALLY wants you to join their program and as an incentive they have a HOT offer running!

Have you heard of Plink?  It’s a program that rewards you for dining and shopping offline!  It’s completely free to participate too!  The way this economy is going, I know we can all stand to make our money work better for us and stretch even farther!


Make a $10 purchase at Taco Bell  by 4/7/13 11:59 PM EST and you will get 1,000 Plink Points… Why is that so great, well 1,000 points is enough to redeem you a gift card to iTunes, Target, Walmart, Target, Kohls, Amazon, Starbucks and so many other locations – ANY EASY $10 earned!

To Get Started:

1.) Sign up forPlink HERE

2.) Link your credit card that you use for your shopping and dining.

3.) Dine and shop offline. Spend $10 at Burger King by 4/7/13 11:59 PM ET

4.) Earn rewards like gift cards from Amazon, Starbucks, iTunes, Wal-Mart and more!

5.) Make sure to watch the video about how it works if you’re at all unsure.

6.) Your 1,000 points for eating at Burger King will hit your account by 4/11/13.


Plink merchants include Dunkin Donuts (great for me!), Outback and many other locations nationwide. They just announced that you can now earn rewards on purchases from American Airlines, Enterprise and Alamo Rent A Car, Intercontinental Hotel Group including InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, Crowne Plaza, Hotel Indigo, Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express, Staybridge Suites and Candlewoood Suites.

This program costs you nothing and simply pays you for purchases you already make!

Head to Plink to check it out, sign up and start earning!

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  1. uhhhhh…. The app is kinda sketchy. One of the first things it asked me to do was provide Plink with my login info for my bank’s website (as if I was trying to log into So essentially Plink wanted the ability to log into my bank account. NOT COOL!

  2. More skeptical of Plink, I could not be. I tried with the Burger King promotion. After I spent the $10, they only credited me 70 points, not the 1000 promised. I contacted the company, and they informed me that as of March 21st, the correct amount would be added. On March 21st, indeed I had my 1000 points!!! It was easy to use and they did do what they said. I would recommend giving it a try. It wouldn’t be hard to spend $10 at Taco Bell. I may try it.