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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Have you started using Plink?  If not this is a fun way to earn gift cards just from shopping!  What’s better than earning more money every time you spend something?!

Right now earn a $10 gift card of your choice when you make any $10 purchase at a Plink Partner Location. You need to make your first purchase by 4/28 to qualify, but that’s pretty easy if you have any shopping around town to do.

You’ll get your $10 gift card reward on 5/2.

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    • jweis

      Is this site legit? I have never used it before. Thanks!

    • super10mom

      i did the last plink offer about buying something at old navy or gap and getting 2000 plink points for new users. i havent gotten 2000 pts yet. just 250 for buying at gap. i spent over 20. did anybody else try the deal and get their 2000 pts added?

    • it asks for your “banking info” and I find that distrustworthy! Who uses this?

    • JenJenJen

      I read their FAQ’s and it said that you had to provide your bank username and password as that is the only way that they can verify your account? With tha information, couldn’t they just log into your bank account?? (i mean, you did just give them your username and password – or am I reading this wrong)?
      i did not even see where they provide information as to how the program really works (i.e. how much do you have to spend at a store to earn points or money, etc…). I thought that it was a neat concept, but seems suspicious to me…perhaps I am just overly paranoid?

      This is what they have posted in their FAQ’s:

      Why does Plink need my login (username and password) information for my credit or debit card provider?

      We use your login credentials to establish a secure connection with your financial institution in order to automatically download your transaction information and match your purchases with offers you activated with Plink. Once a match is found, Plink automatically awards you.

    • Ramona West

      I got a McAfee Site Warning not to go to that webpage.

    • SeanMart69

      I just signed up and it ask me for bank info also. I hope I didn’t mess up by doing this. I’ve used Southernsavers for years and trust Jenny would check into this site before posting it for her followers to use. I guess after reading these posts I am a little worried. Jenny, if you see this PLEASE let us all know this is all good by you. Thanks!

    • tori729

      I dont see this promo anywhere on the site… is it posted anywhere?