Best Buy Reward Zone

April 13, 2004 · 0 comments

Best Buy RewardZone Program Review — Updated, 9/07
Who Can Participate:
U.S. residents only, age 13 years or older.
How It Works:
Sign up in-store at any BestBuy or online here. Membership is free. For every dollar you spend online or in-store (excluding shipping and tax), you earn 1 point. Beginning 12/2/07, gift card purchases are also eligible to earn points. 250 points is worth a gift certificate good for $5 off a future in-store purchase. You can choose to have the GC sent to you by postal mail or by email. Either way, the certificate can be re-printed using a link on the Reward Zone website at http://www.MyRewardZone.com. The discount certificate must be used within 90 days.
Membership in the program entitles you to a few extra benefits, including free paper with the purchase of two ink cartridges, and occasional RewardZone members-only promotions (such as double points, or most recently, access to presale concert tickets to The Police).
Is It Worth It?
Why not? The program is free and you’ll get the equivalent of a 2% rebate on your purchases. You don’t have to carry the card around with you — you can just give your phone number to the cashier at checkout, and if you forget to do that, you can log into the MyRewardZone website and provide some information on your receipt and you’ll still get credit for the purchase.
Most complaints I’ve seen have been about not knowing the certificates expire (remember, you have 90 days in which to use them) or about people not receiving them in postal mail (you can print it from your MyRewardZone account instead).
The URL For More Info
http://www.MyRewardZone.com

Click here for the Best Buy Homepage

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