Already Have a Zappos Account? Do This to Earn a Free $15 Reward

November 10, 2016
by Lisa Rowan
Writer and Producer
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Have you ever shopped on Zappos.com? You could get a $15 credit toward your next purchase.

Everyone at The Penny Hoarder HQ knows I love Zappos, even though the site doesn’t throw around free money all the time. While other online shopping sites have a new coupon code for 40% off every day (no names to protect the guilty), Zappos keeps a tight lid on its discounts.

But all you have to do to get this awesome discount on your next order is join the new Zappos Rewards program. It’s free, and gives you complimentary expedited shipping on every order, plus a bunch of other perks.

Existing Customers Can Get a Free $15 From Zappos

Zappos defines an existing customer as one who has registered on the site before Sept. 23, 2016, and placed at least one order.

So dig up that username and log in! After accepting your invitation to join Zappos Rewards, you’ll receive a $15 Zappos Rewards code to use on any order. Your code expires after 30 days, and this sign-up promotion ends on Nov. 30.

The reward probably won’t cover a pair of shoes, but it could come in handy for the holiday season. If you know someone who’s asking Santa for a new pair of winter boots, a jacket or a backpack, your rewards code can help you make it happen for less.

While you’re browsing shoes, bags and apparel, you can also start earning points toward future rewards.

How to Earn Zappos Rewards Points

Simply logging into the Zappos website or mobile apps comes with a 50-point reward (maximum 50 points per day, so don’t go nuts).

You’ll also earn 10 points for every $1 you spend on the site, and 100 points each time you leave a review on a purchased item. You can redeem every 1,000 points for a $1 rewards code.

Not a big shopper? Joining is still worth it for the free two-business-day shipping and, as always, free returns.

Your Turn: What do you think of the Zappos Rewards program? Will you sign up?

Lisa Rowan is a writer and producer at The Penny Hoarder.

by Lisa Rowan
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