The U.S. Cellular Rewards Program is a fantastic way to get accessories, upgrade your plan faster and even earn a Galaxy S4.
Whether you are new to U.S. Cellular or a long time customer, signing up for a rewards-eligible plan means you can start earning points toward faster phone upgrades (great since everyone loves a new phone). It's so easy to earn points. From daily perks apps to birthday points, you are on your way to a great reward in no time.
U.S. Cellular offers a valuable rewards program that recognizes loyalty. Being a long time customer like me, means points every six months for just staying on your plan and even more after 3 years. Registering is easy and you will start to earn points quickly every month to use for a variety of rewards. Check out how many points you can earn by viewing the plans page.
You can redeem points in store, online, or by calling Customer Service and managing your points is a snap using "My Account". Here are some really cool things to use your points on:
Ringling Bros Circus tickets (who knew?), accessories like carrying cases, headsets, earphones and speakers. What about a new ringtone? If you are tired of the same old ringtone and want to add some fun, Tone Room Deluxe at U.S. Cellular gives you loads of choices. I found some fun tones I want to add to my phone. That and they also have a hard shell case I plan on getting. Who hasn't dropped their phone before?
In addition to earning points by simply being a U.S. Cellular customer on a rewards-eligible plan, you can also earn points by referring a friend. Referring a friend earns a whopping 4000 points and your friend gets 4000 points too. That is a great perk.
A previous post of mine introduced you to device workshops held at your local U.S. Cellular store. You can earn points by attending one. U.S. Cellular treats their customers like neighbors, not numbers.
How do you plan on using your rewards? Let me know in the comment section below.
Disclosure: I was provided this information from U.S. Cellular. All opinions expressed are my own. I receive compensation from U.S. Cellular for my post.