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    Definitely not worth it. I signed up when it started and have been buying cricket phones and paying my bill on 5 lines ever since. I still have zero points. Ridiculous scam and waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hchen42 View Post
    Wonder how Cricket make money with all these promotions. I've so far cashed in on 2 Best Buy gift cards ($10), 2 Walmart gc ($10), 2 Dominos ($10), and a $10 cricket top up, all just this month. Even if I don't get any more rewards, I am satisfied. IMO, at least this shows Cricket is taking care of its current customers instead of only giving credits to "new users".
    Looks like they are handling a Domino's promo better than T-Mobile's famous disaster.

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    Never bothered with it because I have the $25 plan and a flip phone.

    Sent from Q's Note5

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdavej View Post
    Definitely not worth it. I signed up when it started and have been buying cricket phones and paying my bill on 5 lines ever since. I still have zero points. Ridiculous scam and waste of time.
    Each line can have its own rewards account

    You need to log in to your online Cricket account and scroll down to one of your lines -- if you're properly enrolled then it should show your reward pts on there
    Rewards | Enrolled
    Manage/Redeem Points
    You have 3756 Points available!


    If it doesn't then click on the rewards link from there to sign up -- use a separate email for each line's rewards account

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaTaN View Post
    Each line can have its own rewards account

    You need to log in to your online Cricket account and scroll down to one of your lines -- if you're properly enrolled then it should show your reward pts on there
    Rewards | Enrolled
    Manage/Redeem Points
    You have 3756 Points available!


    If it doesn't then click on the rewards link from there to sign up -- use a separate email for each line's rewards account
    Thanks, but all 5 are enrolled and say "You don't have any Points". Been that way since the beginning for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdavej View Post
    Thanks, but all 5 are enrolled and say "You don't have any Points". Been that way since the beginning for me.
    Log in to your rewards account then go to the account settings -- there's an option for "mPLUS Rewards On / Off"

    Turn off the rewards and then try enrolling again

    You can also earn 100 pts easily -- they do give achievements for logging in every day (20 pts) and doing survey (5 pts) and playing the game on the Cricket Rewards app (up to 100 pts)
    https://www.cricketwireless.com/supp...wards-app.html

    You should be able to hit 100 pts today on each account

    For some of them you'll need to click on the achievements to claim the points for each (like logging in daily) -- check the achievements section

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    I ended up enrolling and somehow ended up with 16,000 points. If I saw correctly, they had some type of special that gave you 15,000 points just for signing up.

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    I got 10 points for opening the app today. Only 5,000 more days and I'll have that $25 Cricket reward!

    Forgive my sarcasm. I just can't help it!

    Actually, I did collect a $5 Amazon gift card today for 100 points. Too bad it's limited to a single card.

    Seems piddly in the end...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stiladam View Post
    Seems piddly in the end...
    Each line can have its own rewards account and 100 pts isn't hard to get -- people with 5 lines are able to get 5 GCs

    Cricket's given $5 GCs to Best Buy, Walmart, Gamestop, Dominos and now Amazon this month -- $25 total so far which isn't bad ($125 total if you had 5 lines)

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    I signed up today and had 7 achievements waiting for me.
    After doing them it says I have 62,000 points, though it's posted in grey not green.
    Does it make sense to earn so much so fast?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae123 View Post
    I signed up today and had 7 achievements waiting for me.
    After doing them it says I have 62,000 points, though it's posted in grey not green.
    Does it make sense to earn so much so fast?
    Dam son! and I'm stuck at 2,500

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    It's free. Takes less than a minute once it is setup. Did I mention free?

    I picked up 50k points just by porting numbers in. The steady points after that might not be a ton but I grabbed a $5 amazon card today for 100 points.

    I mean you can ***** about free money or you can get some free money. It isn't like it takes hours to earn 100 points. Daily reward and one game of knock down the blocks and you could have $5. Maybe two minutes? Worth it? How much time to you piss away on a forum, other site or sitting on the toilet?
    Last edited by Aridon; 06-24-2016 at 05:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stiladam View Post
    Dam son! and I'm stuck at 2,500
    The points were mostly for porting a number, setting up auto-pay, etc.

    Does it make any sense?
    Last edited by ae123; 06-24-2016 at 06:02 PM.

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    I claimed the $5 Amazon GC for 100 points and accidentally deleted the text message with my confirmation before I claimed it.

    Any ideas how to still get it?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ae123 View Post
    I claimed the $5 Amazon GC for 100 points and accidentally deleted the text message with my confirmation before I claimed it.

    Any ideas how to still get it?

    Thanks.
    GC will come by email next business day (Mon) -- you can get your GC from your rewards account order page after they process it on Mon

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