If you like saving money (you’re a Making Sense of Cents Reader, so we know you do!), you’re probably privy to a vast number of rewards programs available today. Rewards programs can help you save money on daily purchases, like gasoline, or big expenses, such as airline tickets.
While there are many money-saving perks to rewards programs, the programs requiring you to spend money in order to save money can muddy your budget judgment. Have you ever caught yourself purchasing something unnecessary just to earn points that may help you save money later on?
PalmPons Offers Revolutionary Rewards
PalmPons is a rewards platform that rewards you for being social. That’s right–earn points for sharing on social media. All you have to do is browse products and services within the PalmPons dashboard, and share what you love on social media in order to earn points. PalmPons calls its points “sharePoints.” When you share, you instantly earn sharePoints, and you are on your way to redeeming points for cash or giftcards!
How Does PalmPons Work?
After signing up, login to the PalmPons dashboard on any device, browse partnering businesses, and share the information with your followers and friends. PalmPons currently offers sharePoints for shares on Facebook and Twitter, and the company calls each product or service offering a “Snippet.” For each Snippet you share, you earn 0.2 sharePoints. Once you’ve earned 25 sharePoints, you can begin redeeming points. You can exchange your sharePoints for giftcards on merchandise, travel or services. You can even exchange your points for cash that’s sent via PayPal.
How Do I Sign Up?
No purchase is necessary to be a PalmPons user. Signing up to use the service is simple and easy, and sharePoints never expire. Go to the website and complete the simple sign-up process. You’ll earn five sharePoints just for signing up, and you can begin sharing Snippets and earning more points immediately!
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