Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19


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    NO PURCHASE NECESSARY but you can get points for buying Bud. Open to US residents (except CA & TX) 21+. Ends 12/31/19.

    Earn points for interacting with the site. Get 100 points just to sign up! You can get 365 points the first day. You need to register to see the rewards, etc.

    Redeem your points for premium rewards that fit your lifestyle, including:

    Budweiser Swag: clothing, electronics, home accessories, and digital wallpapers
    Tickets to sports and music events in your area
    Discount codes from our digital partners, including Lyft and Drizly
    Enter to win once-in-a-lifetime sports and music experiences,
    And much more!



  • Don’t rewards programs where you must buy things to earn stuff belong here
    https://phatwalletforums.com/category/31/gpt


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    @tuskers You don’t need to buy anything! Its an option.


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    @tuskers said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    Don’t rewards programs where you must buy things to earn stuff belong here
    https://phatwalletforums.com/category/31/gpt

    That’s an excellent question. The distinction is that loyalty programs owned and operated by a single brand (or co-brands) are not GPT companies. GPT companies do not manufacture or sell their own products. GPT companies create partnerships with a wide variety of retailers, manufacturers, content providers, survey companies and other businesses to get a commision for sending their GPT members to them (referrals). GPT members in turn are compensated through incentives like points, gift cards, free products, cash back, discounts, free or discounted memberships, etc. from many many different brands/companies.

    Since this rewards program is a loyalty program for one manufacturing company (Budweiser), this is not a GPT thread. Budweiser’s primary business model/reason for existing is not to refer customers to other businesses.

    ETA: the vast majority of GPT activities don’t require purchases (a big exception being cash back on internet purchases at major retailers). Usually you Get Paid To do things that don’t cost any money like watching videos, playing games, visiting websites, completing surveys, reading articles, doing web searches, etc.


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    thanks



  • @fivetalents said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    @tuskers said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    Don’t rewards programs where you must buy things to earn stuff belong here
    https://phatwalletforums.com/category/31/gpt

    That’s an excellent question. The distinction is that loyalty programs owned and operated by a single brand (or co-brands) are not GPT companies. GPT companies do not manufacture or sell their own products. GPT companies create partnerships with a wide variety of retailers, manufacturers, content providers, survey companies and other businesses to get a commision for sending their GPT members to them (referrals). GPT members in turn are compensated through incentives like points, gift cards, free products, cash back, discounts, free or discounted memberships, etc. from many many different brands/companies.

    Since this rewards program is a loyalty program for one manufacturing company (Budweiser), this is not a GPT thread. Budweiser’s primary business model/reason for existing is not to refer customers to other businesses.

    ETA: the vast majority of GPT activities don’t require purchases (a big exception being cash back on internet purchases at major retailers). Usually you Get Paid To do things that don’t cost any money like watching videos, playing games, visiting websites, completing surveys, reading articles, doing web searches, etc.

    But does this type of post belong in free stuff as it does not appear to fit the category definition? I remember it wasn’t at FW


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    @tuskers said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    @fivetalents said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    @tuskers said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    Don’t rewards programs where you must buy things to earn stuff belong here
    https://phatwalletforums.com/category/31/gpt

    That’s an excellent question. The distinction is that loyalty programs owned and operated by a single brand (or co-brands) are not GPT companies. GPT companies do not manufacture or sell their own products. GPT companies create partnerships with a wide variety of retailers, manufacturers, content providers, survey companies and other businesses to get a commision for sending their GPT members to them (referrals). GPT members in turn are compensated through incentives like points, gift cards, free products, cash back, discounts, free or discounted memberships, etc. from many many different brands/companies.

    Since this rewards program is a loyalty program for one manufacturing company (Budweiser), this is not a GPT thread. Budweiser’s primary business model/reason for existing is not to refer customers to other businesses.

    ETA: the vast majority of GPT activities don’t require purchases (a big exception being cash back on internet purchases at major retailers). Usually you Get Paid To do things that don’t cost any money like watching videos, playing games, visiting websites, completing surveys, reading articles, doing web searches, etc.

    But does this type of post belong in free stuff as it does not appear to fit the category definition? I remember it wasn’t at FW

    There are many totally free options/ways to earn points without spending money, so I don’t see a problem with it being listed in Free Stuff. What do you think @MISTERCHEAP?


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    @fivetalents said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    @tuskers said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    @fivetalents said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    @tuskers said in Budweiser Rewards Program thru 12/31/19:

    Don’t rewards programs where you must buy things to earn stuff belong here
    https://phatwalletforums.com/category/31/gpt

    That’s an excellent question. The distinction is that loyalty programs owned and operated by a single brand (or co-brands) are not GPT companies. GPT companies do not manufacture or sell their own products. GPT companies create partnerships with a wide variety of retailers, manufacturers, content providers, survey companies and other businesses to get a commision for sending their GPT members to them (referrals). GPT members in turn are compensated through incentives like points, gift cards, free products, cash back, discounts, free or discounted memberships, etc. from many many different brands/companies.

    Since this rewards program is a loyalty program for one manufacturing company (Budweiser), this is not a GPT thread. Budweiser’s primary business model/reason for existing is not to refer customers to other businesses.

    ETA: the vast majority of GPT activities don’t require purchases (a big exception being cash back on internet purchases at major retailers). Usually you Get Paid To do things that don’t cost any money like watching videos, playing games, visiting websites, completing surveys, reading articles, doing web searches, etc.

    But does this type of post belong in free stuff as it does not appear to fit the category definition? I remember it wasn’t at FW

    There are many totally free options/ways to earn points without spending money, so I don’t see a problem with it being listed in Free Stuff. What do you think @MISTERCHEAP?

    Agreed.



  • Very good discussion
    The problem I see with this psot is it is different
    You need to purchase products to get enough points to get anything other than wallpaper.
    I think, to belong in free stuff there should be a reasonable expectation to get someting free without having to make a purchase
    An example was the Busch rewards program where you could get enough free points (emphisis on FREE) to get a T-shirt. That does not exist in this offer.


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