Plink is really simple to setup, and even easier to use. Plink allows you to earn points for dining out and shopping offline. You don't need any special rewards card either, because Plink integrates with your current credit card or debit card. The way this happens, is when you register with Plink you supply the login credentials to your credit cards website. They use the same level of encryption that banks use to ensure that your information is secure. Then once a day, your transaction history can be pulled from your credit card, and if you have shopped at any of the qualified places you get points. It's completely transparent to the user.
You can only have a maximum of 5 vendors selected at a time to receive rewards from, though you start out with only 3 slots. You unlock one slot by inviting a friend to the program, and you unlock one slot the first time you make a qualifying purchase. Each vendor has two different tiers of rewards, which I lay out below. Here's how to understand the formatting I will use: X points/Y dollars means you get X amount of points if you spent Y or more dollars.
- Red Robin - (150/$15 or 400/$40)
- Outback Steakhouse - (200/$20 or 600/$60)
- Quiznos - (100/$10 or 250/$25)
- Taco Bell - (70/$5 or 150/$15)
- Arby's - (70/$5 or 150/$15)
- Buger King - (70/$5 or 150/$15)
- Dunkin' Donuts - (70/$5 or 150/$15)
- Edwards Theatres - (150/$15 or 400/$40)
- United Artists Theatres - (150/$15 or 400/$40)
- Regal Cinemas - (150/$15 or 400/$40)
- 7 - Eleven - (100/$10 or 250/$25)
- 1-800-Flowers.com - (350/$35 or 600/$60)