Thursday, February 25, 2010

Priority Club Promotion: Earn 6,000 Points

They are offering 6,000 points for using their partners. 1,000 for the first parnter, 2,000 for the second, and 3,000 for the third.

Register and complete eligible activity by March 31. All activity has to post to your account by June 15, and points should post in the second half of June.

So far I used Points.com (you can get an extra 200 points for signing up for Points.com as well) to transfer 2 American Airline points into 1 Priority Club point, that should get me the first 1,000. I will probably buy something through Priority Club Shopping for the 2,000 point bonus. For the third one, maybe I'll try OfficeMax sometime, we'll see.

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

How do you get points on office max for priority points, please explain.
thank you

Shmuly - BuyRightSpendLess.com said...

Sort of like clicking through a cashback site.

If before making a purchase at OfficeMax, you click through the Priority Club link for OfficeMax, then you will earn Priority Club points, and get one of the three partner bonuses.

Anonymous said...

are you sure thats its not considered part of their priority club shopping?
i"m a big fan of your posts keep it up!

Shmuly - BuyRightSpendLess.com said...

Am I sure? No. But it is listed as two separate things. If you can easily do another one, why not.

Anonymous said...

does the 200 signup points count as a transaction?

Anonymous said...

how do you use cokerewards to get PC points

Shmuly - BuyRightSpendLess.com said...

Anon @12:49 am: I wouldn't rely on it. Just transfer 2 points.
Anon @12:57 am: One of the redmeptions for MyCokeRewards used to be for Priority Club points. It doesnt seem to be available now. In any case, according to the terms and conditions, that one won't work for the bonus

Anonymous said...

i guess so. although AA will only let you transfer less than 1,000 at a time if you have over 25,000...

Anonymous said...

what would be a cheap item on priority-club-shopping?

Shmuly - BuyRightSpendLess.com said...

The cheapest thing, is the thing you need...

A $1 purchase from iTunes should work, or even better, get something that's free after rebate. Newegg and OfficeDepot are great for that. Keep your eye on Slickdeals.

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