Go Paperless, Earn Free 1,000 Club Carlson Points

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In wake of Earth Day, Club Carlson is offering an easy free 1,000 Gold Points to targeted members for enrolling in paperless statements. I can’t say for sure how broadly Club Carlson is targeting it’s members with this promotion or if it’s directly associated with being a Club Carlson Visa cardmember.

Targeted members must enroll by April 28, 2015, so be sure to check your inbox to see if you received an email from Club Carlson with the subject line “Celebrate Earth Day with 1,000 bonus points.”

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After logging into both of my Club Carlson accounts I saw a banner at the top of my account page to opt out of receiving paperless statements.

Here are the full promotion details:

“The Go Paperless promotion (“Promotion”) is valid for 1,000 bonus Gold Points® (“Bonus Award from April 22 through 28, 2015. Promotion is available exclusively for the Club CarlsonSM member number associated with the email address to which the Promotion invitation email was sent, is non-transferrable and may not be resold, auctioned or bartered. To earn your Bonus Award, click the Go Paperless button to be redirected to your My Account screen on clubcarlson.com and select Opt Out of receiving printed member cards and program materials. One Bonus Award per Club Carlson member. We will credit your account with the Bonus Award within 4-6 weeks.”

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It’s a no brainer for anyone that sees the offer on their account—it’s a quick click and and easy 1,000 points. Plus, you’ll help the environment and props for Club Carlson for offering an incentive to go paperless.

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