SR - has anyone tried RewardDepot.com?

Discussion in 'Disney Rewards Programs' started by Jessd, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. Jessd

    Jessd Mouseketeer<br><font color=red>Goes into NASCAR mo

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    Hi!

    Has anyone tried the RFewardDepot.com offer? It pays $8.

    If I read it right, it says

    I understand my Membership is only $4.95 per month. Cancel at any time if not completely delighted within your first 30 days for a full refund.


    Anyone?
     
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  3. Small Town Princess

    Small Town Princess Mouseketeer

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    I am also very curious about this one. It is offering 2 free airline tickets with no blackouts and no timeshares. My guess is that you have to still be a member when you redeem them. Does anyone know if you have to book THROUGH their company?
     
  4. ksloane

    ksloane DIS Veteran

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    bump...I'd like to know too about how easy to join/cancel, get rewards. I would love to get to the special cashout amount, but want to do it as cheaply as possible as I started a new years budget.
     
  5. sammielynn

    sammielynn DIS Veteran

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    I was interested in this offer, but my computer will not let me go to the information pages. I read all the linked pages very carefully before I do an offer. But when I click them it tells me that there is a security risk because their certificate is registered to another web address. So guess I will have to pass. But why would I pay $4.95 a month when SR is free.
     
  6. Magical JenK

    Magical JenK DIS Veteran

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    Did anyone end up signing up for this trial? $8 is a good payout!!??
     
  7. 3dog2kidmom

    3dog2kidmom DIS Veteran

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    It looked like there was also a $5 processing fee, so that would be more than the credit. Maybe I misread...
     

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