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Starting March 19, 2015, Club Carlson will be launching a promotion on Twitter where you can earn a bunch of cool prizes. In the meantime, you can sign-up to earn a free 1,000 Club Carlson points just for registering through Twitter.
Terms and Conditions:
You must be a Club Carlson member and have had an active Twitter account for a minimum of 30 days to receive 1,000 bonus Gold Points® (the “Bonus Award”). To earn your Bonus Award, complete the registration form on the Club Carlson blog (http://blog.clubcarlson.com/) and “follow” the Club Carlson Twitter handle (www.twitter.com/clubcarlson). One Bonus Award per Club Carlson member. A maximum of 5,000,000 Bonus Awards are available. We will credit your account with the Bonus Award within 4-6 weeks.
The Bonus Award is subject to all Club Carlson terms and conditions. Club Carlson reserves the right to add, modify, or discontinue the Bonus Award without notice. Club Carlson also reserves the right to disqualify registrants suspected of fraudulent activity. Club Carlson is not responsible for any technical failures/interruptions, internet accessibility problems, incomplete or inaccurate registration information, or other errors of any kind that may affect your registration or qualification for a Bonus Award. Void where prohibited by law. By participating, you agree and consent to these terms and conditions.
The process to register takes about 30 seconds, so I’d say doing so is worth the 1,000 free points. If you’re looking for a way to earn even more points, the Club Carlson Premier Rewards Visa Signature Card offers the ability to earn 50,000 points after your first purchase.
Hat Tip: Mommy Points
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