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April 4, 2013 10:48 AM
I have my Fitbit linked to several sites to earn rewards. I didn't have do anything more than set up an account and link to my Fibit.

So far I've earned discounts for Klutch Club, Hydro Bottle and Eboost. Was wondering if anyone else has taken advantage of these sites. If so, what sites are you linked to?

The ones I've found:
www.everymove.com
www.earndit.com

and today I linked to the Walgreens Balance rewards so I can earn points toward $5 off coupons.
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April 4, 2013 10:59 AM
I'm so glad you posted! I too love participating in Earndit (for the last year) and Every Move (for the last month or so). They are both free and easy to set up and I love that my exercising can help worthwhile charities. I've set a goal for myself of reaching 1500 points on Every Move each month which equates to an annual donation of $60 to my favorite charity, Make A Wish.

These are terrific programs and I look forward to learning about other exercise rewards programs that others may know about.

Again, thanks for posting!
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April 4, 2013 7:03 PM
I'm a member of both sites, and haven't really used earndit yet since my device isn't here yet.. I love everymove though since you can track/input the data using the computer and don't need GPS/a phone/device for it. As soon as my device gets here I will be more active with earndit.

I've just joined within the last week and have earned KLUTCHclub 's Box of the Month reward. I earned it so fast that I have to wait until the middle of the month to actually claim it lol!

I'm curious on if there are any other sites like these?
April 5, 2013 5:41 AM
I thought about trying this and might check it out, thank you for the additional sites. smile
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April 5, 2013 6:28 AM
Thanks for this. Didn't know that walgreens added fitbit.
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April 5, 2013 7:19 AM
Whaaat? Do they say on the websites? Sounds fun! :D
April 8, 2013 2:26 AM
Just joined the Walgreen's earning program. And Earndit and EveryMove are both good sites for earning rewards.
April 8, 2013 6:03 AM
Had no idea there were sites like this! Will have to check them out. Thanks!
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April 8, 2013 10:55 AM
As soon as I figure out my log in for Walgreens, I'll add my fitbit! :) I've been using the other two sites for a month or so (since I got my FitBit).
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April 8, 2013 11:20 AM
I got a shoe discount coupon from Earndit. The site didn't have many offers that interested me so eventually I stopped checking my points.
April 9, 2013 2:45 AM
I am using it as a motivational.

I gave in charity nearly each point gained... now I'm exercising for children's health, not only mine.
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April 12, 2013 8:35 AM
Does anyone know if these are available to Canadians as well? I love this idea!
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April 12, 2013 9:52 PM
Just got my fitbit zip this week (loving it) and didnt know about those sites so thanks!! :-)
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January 27, 2014 9:13 AM
And Sears FitStudio
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January 27, 2014 10:40 AM
http://www.achievemint.com/ You earn a $25.00 check for 25k points earned for exercising, reporting food intake and sleep, weight, blood pressure, and Heart Rate.


Gym pact will also pay for entering your food log and exercising, but you have to pledge an amount you will pay for not meeting these goals.
Below is the link to more info on Gym Pact
http://www.myfitnesspal.com/apps/show/173
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January 27, 2014 11:20 PM
Does anyone know how the Walgreens rewards works? I've been earning points for a while now, but is there any purpose for the points or just for funsies??? As far as I can tell there's no "reward" or anything to them??
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January 28, 2014 3:25 PM
Thanks for sharing this info!! Just signed up! flowerforyou
January 28, 2014 7:25 PM
I love these sites. heart heart heart Most of the "rewards" involve getting a discount, not a free gift, so I tend to go for the charities. I use EveryMove, EarndIt, Walgreens, and the Weightless Project. I've given probably around $100 in rewards to various charities! drinker

I wish Achievemint and Gym Pact worked without a smart phone, but they don't.

Weightless Project hasn't been mentioned so I just want to say that you can earn money for charities by burning extra calories. Right now they benefit the victims of the typhoon that hit the Philippines.

QUOTE:

Does anyone know how the Walgreens rewards works? I've been earning points for a while now, but is there any purpose for the points or just for funsies??? As far as I can tell there's no "reward" or anything to them??


You need a walgreens card that you link to the website. Each 1,000 points equals $1 reward. You can use the $1 on anything at Walgreens!! Just tell the cashier you want to use your points happy
January 28, 2014 9:43 PM
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You need a walgreens card that you link to the website. Each 1,000 points equals $1 reward. You can use the $1 on anything at Walgreens!! Just tell the cashier you want to use your points happy


I posted this question on the Walgreens website and now my points show as a reward! I have $10 to spend! Yay - overnight magic!
Edited by Ready2Rock206 On January 28, 2014 9:49 PM
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January 29, 2014 11:20 AM
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ruiner38 said:

I love these sites. heart heart heart Most of the "rewards" involve getting a discount, not a free gift, so I tend to go for the charities. I use EveryMove, EarndIt, Walgreens, and the Weightless Project. I've given probably around $100 in rewards to various charities! drinker

I wish Achievemint and Gym Pact worked without a smart phone, but they don't.


Achievement has an iPhone app and takes info entered on runkeeper and MFP and check-ins from FB and Foursquare and gives you points for those.
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January 31, 2014 8:18 PM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

ruiner38 said:

I love these sites. heart heart heart Most of the "rewards" involve getting a discount, not a free gift, so I tend to go for the charities. I use EveryMove, EarndIt, Walgreens, and the Weightless Project. I've given probably around $100 in rewards to various charities! drinker

I wish Achievemint and Gym Pact worked without a smart phone, but they don't.


Thanks for mentioning this! I'd previously looked for an app with no luck. I'm surprised they didn't send an email or make a mention of it on their website.

I've earned almost 40k points since December. :) Love Achievemint!

Thanks for mentioning the app! I'd looked before for one with no luck, so they must have just released it! I'm surprised they didn't have an announcement on the site or something.

Achievement has an iPhone app and takes info entered on runkeeper and MFP and check-ins from FB and Foursquare and gives you points for those.
Edited by laneer75 On January 31, 2014 8:20 PM
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February 4, 2014 6:02 PM
I did a blog post about these various sites, and my reviews/experiences with them
http://jenbsjourney.blogspot.com/2013/08/get-rewarded-for-getting-fit.html

Achievemint DID just add the iphone app. I only recently linked my MFP account to it, so now I'm getting points for my meal logging. Also for healthy facebook posts (which is fun, as I have a "fitness" facebook account set up). There are also "habits" that you can log from the app, I'm not sure if they are available there on the website. But if you complete a habit, it adds even more points. I received a $75 payout from them so far (earned $50 and they threw on the additional $25 as I had to chase them down for it a bit).

I'm waiting for a workout shirt I recently earned from Everymove. I might have to follow up on that too ...
I redeemed my Walgreens points before Christmas. I'd earned $10 from simply stepping ...

I went ahead and joined Pact now that they auto-sync with Fitbit and MFP. Haven't missed a day yet!
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February 5, 2014 12:06 AM
I have mine synced with Earndit, Walgreen, and Achievemints

I've earned $50 so far from Achievements, and i'm about 15% away from earning my next $50 :D
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