Plink | $10 Gift Card When You Make A McDonald’s Purchase

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The McDonald Plink offer is back again.

Receive a FREE $10 gift card (from Amazon, Starbucks, or Target) when you make any purchase at McDonald’s.

ANY PURCHASE.

(Seriously, most of us do that in the drive-thru for the best Diet Coke ever made.)

Please keep in mind that you must register at the link provided so that you go to the right sign up page for this offer. I’ve completed the Plink new customer offer in the past and received my points to get a gift card within 24 hours.

NOTE:  McDonald’s will not be shown in your wallet, because it is an exclusive offer running for new members and is not available for all Plink members.

Here is what you do:

  • Register for Plink and you will need to put in your credit or debit card information. (You’ll need to pay with this same debit card at McDonalds.) This is how they track what you spent.
  • Buy Something at McDonald’s with the same debit/credit card.
  • Receive 1,000 points which is worth a $10 gift card. Gift cards will be awarded within 7 business days of when the transaction is posted.

Head over here to register for Plink and get started.

Offer expires Sunday, 9/8 11:59 EST.

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Comments

  1. Amy says

    McDonalds isn’t one of the options to add to my “plink wallet.” Do I need to do that to earn the points, or is it automatic?
    • says

      Christine – McDonald’s isn’t a choice. It is tied to your debit/credit card. Once that transaction has been completed, the points will arrive in your account. Then you can turn those points into the $10 gift card. I know it seems too good to be true – but I’ve done it myself and works perfectly.
  2. KCatty says

    Their model makes me really uncomfortable… you don’t just register each of your credit/debit card numbers, but you have to provide your login information for the online account of each card you wish to register. That site ever gets hacked, criminals could have access to every one of your credit card and bank accounts. I think I’ll pass.

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