Posted September 20, 2018 10:20:14 UltraBUCK, the parent company of UltraBucking, said today it is offering an all-inclusive, no-strings-attached, no questions asked $1.5 million card to any customer who purchases a new UltraBbuck membership within 60 days.
“We are proud to announce that UltraBuckle has partnered with the award-winning UltraBucker.com, which offers a wealth of value and offers exclusive offers on UltraBucked membership cards, including a $100 credit toward all UltraB Buck purchases, and the opportunity to take advantage of the most exclusive perks and savings,” said UltraBucket co-founder and CEO Jason O’Brien in a statement.
“The UltraBink loyalty card is perfect for anyone who is looking for value, and we’re happy to offer it for just $1.”
The new offer is the latest installment of a six-month extension of the UltraBunny loyalty program.
The new card is limited to a minimum of $1 billion in annual purchases and can be used to purchase up to two new UltraBs each year, though it will also qualify for a credit toward any future purchases.
The offer is also good for any customers who purchase an UltraBid membership within the first 60 days of the year.
The $1M UltraBuddy card offers the following benefits:No questions askedNo annual feesNo hidden feesNo limits or limits to purchasesYou can get a $500 UltraBunk credit toward purchases within 60-days of the first purchase, or a $250 UltraBud credit toward other purchases within 30-days.
The credit is valid for any eligible UltraBunx member, including anyone who has a regular membership and has not yet earned a $5,000 bonus or earned an extra $25,000 in points.
UltraBucks are a recurring payment program that allows customers to earn points on a recurring basis.
UltraBubbies are a subscription-based card, meaning they require monthly payment in order to qualify for the bonus.
Ultrabubbies come with a $2,500 annual fee and a $50 annual fee.
The card is available to current and future UltraBucky members and can also be used for a new, exclusive UltraBundle membership for an additional $1 per year.