The biggest complaint from loyalty program members is they don''t know what rewards are available in the loyalty programs they belong too. RewardingYourself is a new and exciting way to find the things you want from the 1000's of loyalty programs around the world. Using the web or mobile applications for iPhone, Android or BlackBerry, search for reward items offered by other loyalty programs from a unique global marketplace. You can also compare reward items against 1000's of retail items to understand: is it better to use my points or cash to purchase the item? We help you make the decision to get the best prices using your real or virtual currencies. When you are ready to begin your RewardingYourself experience, register and start searching. After finding the item you want, we try to locate a member who wants to make a cash or merchandise trade with you.
I Want To Shop For Rewards Using RewardingYourself
When signing in, you can choose to have your computer remember your sign-in information. When you select Remember Me during sign in, your computer will remember your member information so that you don't have to re-enter your user ID and password. What does this mean? Even if you disconnect from the Internet, close your browser, or turn off your computer, your membership information will be retained for the next RewardingYourself session.
Note: As a safety measure, if you're using a public or shared computer, always click the Log Out link near the top of the page when you're finished using RewardingYourself. This will clear your sign in information.
Note: For security purposes, your password is automatically encrypted when you sign in.
RewardingYourself.com gives you RewardingYourself points for connecting your Twitter and Facebook accounts to your RewardingYourself account. It also keeps your friends informed of your shopping status.
Select "Create Group" from your MyAccount menu, our from any group page. You must specify a unique group name, the group charter, access (private or public) the category and subject (to aid searches), and enable any features (e.g. discussion).
The group charter sets out posting terms, special conditions, and policies for the group members. Basically outlines the rules of conduct.
Charters must be consistent with all RewardingYourself policies. For example, a charter cannot require a member to post personal contact or billing information.
Public Group: All members of RewardingYourself can see the group information and anyone can join the group and post to the board (if enabled). All RewardingYourself members can see the member list and bulletin board (if enabled).
Private Group: All members of RewardingYourself can see the group information, but only invited members can join the group and post to the board (if enabled). Only group members can see the member list and bulletin board (if enabled).
Our new mobile application elevates the current search and discovery process
by incorporating instore scanning of a product sku. The application compares
instore, web/other stores product pricing, and the product from the members