New Superpoints Review with Invitation Link to Join

July 16, 2014 · 4 comments

Two years ago, Superpoints — home of the insanely addictive Superlucky Button — shut down abruptly when the company managing the site went out of business.  I’m pleased to announce that Superpoints is back!  Scam or legit site?  Here is my revised review:

Superpoints is an invitation-only free-to-join points-based rewards program that allows you to earn points, redeemable for free gift cards and other merchandise prizes, in various ways:

  • superpoints invitation click hereCompleting surveys
  • Completing offers on the Trialpay offer portal such as downloading apps, joining websites, and entering contests
  • Winning random points through clicking the Superlucky Button
  • Referring friends (both when they join and as a percentage of their Superlucky Button wins)
  • Sponsoring people who come to the site without an invitation…they become your referral, too

Membership is by invitation only:  here is my invitation link to join Superpoints.

As you earn points, you gradually increase your XP level.  That’s a good thing, because when your XP level goes up, you get more clicks of the Superlucky Button each day, and more opportunities to sponsor new members.

superpointsinvitationlinkAbout the Superlucky Button:  In order to increase your daily available clicks from 10 to 100, you’ve got two options:  refer five friends and sponsor one more…or just pay $14.95 a year.  This optional paid membership gives you a couple of other perks:  no ads during Superlucky Button play, and priority in processing your points redemptions.

Another interesting twist at Superpoints is something called Karma, which is a ranking of 0 to 5 depending on the type and frequency of activities you do on the site.  If you’re more active, you’ll have more Karma, and that unleashes a multiplier effect on the points you earn.

Use my Superpoints invitation link to sign up if you’re in the US and you’re 18 or older.  Limit one membership per household.

Please note:  Superpoints is VERY vigilant about monitoring accounts for fraud.  You can’t refer your toddler, your dog, and your dead grandma.  They will find out, and you’ll lose ALL accounts.

I’ve been a member of the new Superpoints for two weeks and have already earned enough almost enough for a $25 GC…could have cashed in at $10 but I wanted a bigger reward!  I’m excited to see Superpoints return, and so far, I’m lovin’ the new site!

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Heather Persellin August 16, 2014 at 5:05 am

Just thought I’d let you know I signed up under you, and tonight, when I did the Super Lucky Button, I won 10,000 SP, and you got 5,000!!! I had been winning 250 SP 3 or 4 nights a week but this is INSANE!

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A. Sanders September 7, 2014 at 10:12 pm

I thought this was a great site too at first until they started cheating me out of points on surveys I completed. When I would write to them and even provide a screenshot of the last page stating the survey was 100% completed, they still would not give me the points. They cheated me out of thousands of points.

Plus, when I earned my first redemption and redeemed it for 5200 points that I had earned with the button and watching videos and sponsoring two people for 500 points each, they never sent me my prize. It was suppose to be some kind of secret superprize for the 5200 points so I do not know what it was but I never got anything from them.

Plus, after only being a member for three weeks, they took away the option for me to sponsor anyone. When I wrote them about that, they got real snooty with me and I in turn did the same. I told them it was not fair to only give the top two levels (Platinum and Diamond) the option to sponsor people. And according to the membership level chart when I joined, it showed all levels except Basic had the option to sponsor. Bronze did have the option to sponsor 1 person weekly and Gold could sponsor 1 person per day but this is not true now. Now only the top two levels have sponsorship options.

At any rate, after questioning their standards and letting them know how I felt about it in an email, I simply asked what was the procedure for cancelling a membership because it was not listed anywhere on their website. THEY AUTOMATICALLY CANCELLED ME RIGHT THEN AND SENT A REPLY EMAIL SAYING ‘SORRY TO SEE YOU GO.’ I THINK THEY ARE AN ASSHOLE COMPANY!! As for the two people that I sponsored, I guess the company employees fought over them.

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Kaitlyn November 25, 2014 at 12:06 am

If anyone needs an invite here’s one for you to use https://www.superpoints.com/join/AymC0x6EPPzPv8ntJzJh5Noq_6E

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anna November 25, 2014 at 2:15 am

They shut down before and shafted everyone. No doubt they will again. Sadly, I didn’t research before signing up.

1 Superpoint is not even worth a penny,

Not worth the time, unless you have a lot of people signed up under you.

Takes about 50 days to get your redemption (if you are lucky).

They want you to pay them 15 bucks for Platinum membership, they say you can get your reward quicker. NO thanks, I’ll keep my 15 bucks and put my time into something else.

There are lots of better sites out there-Stay Away from Superpoints!

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