Earlier today I wrote about a great opportunity to get a $20 gift card by spending $20 on a registered credit card at Old Navy or the Gap. Originally I included a referral link that WILL NOT get you the 2,000 bonus points (which can then be cashed out for a $20 gift card).

IF you have already registered under the earlier blog post link (I am sorry!) Plink is making it very easy for you to still register for the $20 gift card promotion. You can either:

  • Sign up again under a different account, or
  • Email customer service to request to have the promo change – reference DealsWeLike to make it easier for the customer service department to track down your sign up – I also suggest including your name in the email (this email address is support@plink.com).

To learn more about this promotion you can reference this earlier blog post.

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  • Scott M said,

    YMMV for Existing Plink members.

    I’ve been a member of Plink for quite a while, my offer was for only a $10 Gift Card for a $25 purchase a Gap/Old Navy.

  • dealswelike said,

    @Scott M – The 2,000 points for $20 spend at old navy or gap is for new users only. The $10 gift card was sent out yesterday to ALL Plink members.

  • Jason said,

    sooo….are the two promos stackable?

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