Two weeks ago, when I made a purchase at my local Best Buy store, I was offered a chance to enroll in their new Reward Zone Program. I was hesitant at first, but decided to give it a try.
Enrolling is pretty easy, the cashier asked me a few simple questions and I was not required to give up any credit card information or anything like that. Here are some of the program details from their website:
* Membership now has no fee
* Keeping track of your points is simpler-earn 1 point for nearly every dollar spent
* Certificates are awarded starting at 250 points with a $5 reward certificate
* New Premier level membership offers enhanced benefits and recognition
* Select 1 category to earn double points
In addition to a no-fee membership and a simpler point system, you will continue to receive advance access to concert tickets, pre-sales and events. You will also still enjoy special members-only bonus point offers and more.
Earning points on future purchases remains simple: Just make sure to show your card when you check out. Or, if you’re shopping on BestBuy.com, enter your 10-digit Member ID during the checkout process it’s right on the back of your membership card. Make sure you enter the entire number, including any leading zeros. With as little as 250 points, you’ll receive a $5 reward certificate. You can use your reward certificates on virtually anything you purchase at a Best Buy store. (Redemption is not available online.)
How easy is it to earn rewards? See for yourself!
With as little as 250 points, you’ll receive a $5 reward certificate. You can use your reward certificates on virtually anything you purchase at a Best Buy store. (Redemption is not available online.)
Purchase1 Points1 Reward Certificates2
$250 250 $5
$500 500 $10
$750 750 $15
$1,000 1,000 $20
$1,250 1,250 $25
$1,500 1,500 $30
$1,750 1,750 $35
$2,000 2,000 $40
$2,250 2,250 $45
$2,500 2,500 $50
I recently spent over three hundred dollars in my local store, so I will see what happens. I am curious to see if they automatically send me out some gift cards.