It's like a mix of a coupon, a gift card, and a lottery ticket. We liked the idea so much, we named the whole company after it.
When a business offers FreebeeCards, be one of the first customers through the door and earn a reward just for visiting. With very few restrictions, spend it on anything you like. Most of these rewards are small, but you have a chance to get a much larger reward. It's like winning the shopping lottery. Our app shows you the odds, but you won't know how much you'll actually get until you're there.
Once you claim a FreebeeCard, spend it fast. They're one to a customer, and if you don't buy anything within the time limit, it goes away and you won't be able to get that FreebeeCard again. (So no fishing for the big score!) But no matter if you get the highest value or just the minimum, you still get something just for being a customer. With FreebeeCards, sometimes there IS a free lunch!
But one great idea isn't always enough. Our FreebeePoints work like traditional loyalty programs, and our FreebeeClips work like traditional coupons. So at a participating business, the FreebeeCards app is all you need. And of course, there are no cards to lose or papers to crumple. Everything works through your iPhone. It's the twenty-first century, after all. (We're still working on the flying cars... and the Android version).
Step 1. Get the app. Right now we're only available on the iPhone, but the Android version is on its way.
Step 2. Browse the handy included map to see what stores are participating, and what sort of deals they're offering. We're just starting out, so most participating stores right now are in Denver, but we'll be nationwide as soon as we can.
Step 3. Use the app to scan the QR code found in the store's window or on the tablet at the checkout. You'll get to choose what offers to take advantage of, and if they have a FreebeeCard offer active, how much yours is worth.
Step 4. If you like, leave feedback for the store, to let them know how they did.
Step 5. Actually, there is no step 5. Our exhaustive market research revealed that four steps are better than five.