Plink: Spend $10 at Any Partner Location (Old Navy, Taco Bell, and More), Get a $10 Gift Card (Exp 4/28)

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This deal has expired and may no longer be valid.

Sign up for Plink and make a minimum $10 at any of Plink’s locations by Sunday, 4/28 and you’ll receive 1,000 Plink Points, which is enough to redeem for a $10 Gift Card of your choice at places like Amazon.com, Target, Walmart, Kohl’s, Starbucks and more!

Plink has partnered with over 50,000 locations nationwide, including Old Navy, Gap, Burger King, Taco Bell, Regal Cinemas and more, so you should be able to find something near you where you can make your purchase to get in on this deal.

Please note that this offer is valid for new members only. You must link a credit or debit card to your Plink account and make your purchase by Sunday, 4/28. Your 1,000 bonus Plink Points will be added to your account on Thursday, 5/2 (not immediately after purchase).

For more information about Plink.com, check out our post on How Plink.com Works (including information on a free $5 gift card just for signing up).

Your turn: Have you used Plink yet? What do you think of it?

About Carrie Rocha

I am passionate about helping people live within their means so they can get out and stay out of debt. I live in Minneapolis, MN with my husband and two little girls.

Comments

  1. Offer already gone – darn!

  2. I am new here in FL and to your website and to couponing. My daughter in-law uses you all the time. I just got excited about the Plink , but then saw it expired 9months a go. Why do you keep it on the site. Again I am a newbie.

    • Welcome! I apologize if you were confused. You are right that the content remains on our website, even after it has expired, but we mark it as “expired” once it is done so there is no confusion about whether an offer is still valid. When something is marked as expired, then a notice appears on the top of the article saying, “This deal has expired and may no longer be valid.” and the article’s title also gets marked with the word “Expired.”

      We do this for two reasons: 1) having the historical archives in helpful. Readers can go back and re-read what we wrote if a rebate hasn’t come, for instance, or they see a deal today that reminds of them of something from the past that they want to reference. 2) there are techy reasons that we leave the content online as well.

      I hope that helps. Please keep asking questions as you have them. All the best – Carrie

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