Subway Plink Offer – Spend Any Amount at Subway and get $10 Back, Sign Up Now!

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Do not forget the $5 Amazon Plink Offer!

Right now when you make a purchase at Subway Restaurants by Sunday, June 23 by 11:59 EST, you will receive 1,000 Plink Points – enough to redeem for a $10 Gift Card of your choice at places like, Target, Walmart, Kohls, Starbucks, Walmart and endless more locations!

As a reminder, Plink offers are for In-store purchases only, not valid for online purchases. You get rewarded for shopping OFFLINE!


This is on ANY purchase at Subway so I would grab my favorite item – Chocolate Chip Cookies. That would be spending less than $1 but getting a $10 reward – HOT and Yum!

To Get Started:

1.) Sign up for Plink

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

3.) Dine and shop offline. Spend ANY AMOUNT at Subway by  6/23/13 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 your McDonalds purchase will hit your account within 7 business days.

Note: Purchases made after 6/23/13 will not count toward this promotion.


As a reminder, Plink is a reward program that rewards you for dining and shopping OFFLINE – that is a rarity! There is no membership fee with the program and it is FREE to participate too! It’s like couponing or saving by shopping at places you already planned to visit – Talk about Stretching your pennies and saving your dollars! 

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. Lauren D says:

    Does this just work for new signups or everyone? Thanks so much!

  2. Kimberly N says:

    I’ve seen Plink mentioned a few times now and finally went to check it out. I am a software engineer, and I am horrified by what I read on their FAQ page: you have to give them your login credentials! That is absolutely never a good idea. Confirm with your bank; this is definitely not best practice, no matter what they say. It’s not worth a few dollars to risk your financials.