Infinite Discs REWARDS Program

Infinite Discs has a rewards program where you earn points and then cash them in for gift cards. Then you can use those gift cards to get free stuff from Infinite Discs!

HOW TO EARN POINTS

If you haven’t already created a login for the Infinite Discs website, then that is your first step. You need to have a profile created in order to earn points. In fact, creating that profile will earn points for you.  CREATE YOUR LOGIN HERE.

https://infinitediscs.com/login

In order to complete your profile, you’ll need to include certain information. These profile features must be included before points can be redeemed:

  • Profile Picture
  • Biography
  • Years Playing
  • Driving Hand
  • Skill Level
  • Primary Driving Style
  • Typical Driving Distance
  • Max Driving Distance
  • Favorite Courses (at least one)
  • Favorite Discs (In My Bag) – Including at least one of each disc type.

Now that your profile is complete, you can check your profile page at any time after logging in. That is where your point tally and gift cards will be stored. You can reach your profile page by clicking on MY ACCOUNT and then MY PROFILE.

Once you are on your profile page, you can see a tally of your points. You can see that there are many ways to earn points. Not only do you earn points through purchases on the Infinite Discs website, but by playing rounds and keeping score on the Infinite Disc Golf App, writing reviews for discs, writing reviews for courses, adding new courses, and many other ways!

You can see in the above example that this player has written a lot of disc reviews which have tallied into over 3,000 reward points. Other points were earned by logging rounds on the Infinite Discs App, and by reviewing courses.

If all of the courses around you have already been added to the Infinite Courses database, then you can still write reviews for those courses, or add photos for each hole, if they aren’t there already. There are ways that you can contribute to the quality of the disc store, course database, etc. and earn points while doing it.

HOW TO REDEEM POINTS

Once you have at least 1,000 points, you can then REDEEM your points for gift cards that can be used to pay for your purchases through the Infinite Discs store! Simply click the big green button.

All requests to redeem points are currently reviewed by our staff so that we can make sure that everything is working properly. We want to make sure that people are earning the points through legitimate contributions, and not earning points by spamming the website with useless, one word reviews, or adding every disc in existence to their “favorites” list, or doing anything else that does not providing meaningful content. Yes…we do have to police this program for a while to make sure that points are earned through useful contributions, purchases, etc. While we want to reward our valuable customers, we are not a charity that can afford to give away product to people who simply try to “beat the system.”

CLICK HERE FOR RULES AND DISCLAIMERS FOR THE REWARDS PROGRAM

Once we have reviewed your points redemption request, you will then see your gift card code appear on your profile page by clicking on MY GIFT CARDS.

The Gift Card codes can be used during checkout, on the payment screen, by selecting the Gift Card icon as your form of payment. Apply the gift card, and if there is a remaining balance, you can proceed to pay the difference however you’d like.

We’re excited to reward our loyal customers! We invite you to try out the Infinite Discs Rewards program right away. If you have any questions, send email to support@infinitediscs.com

 

7 comments

  • Jason Zimmermann

    How much money does 1000 points translate into?

  • How many points is a disc or course review worth?

    • I do not know exactly, but it is also based on the word count content of those reviews. Write a couple of reviews, wait a couple of days for them to be approved, and see how much your points go up. I know that I just wrote 2 reviews and got another 100 points (about 50 each) but those were reviews of a couple of paragraphs each.

  • How many disc reviews does it take to get 3000 points?

    • I do not know exactly, but it is also based on the word count content of those reviews. Write a couple of reviews, wait a couple of days for them to be approved, and see how much your points go up. I know that I just wrote 2 reviews and got another 100 points (about 50 each) but those were reviews of a couple of paragraphs each.

  • Is it possible to upload round scores from the udisc app? I’ve played over 30 rounds this summer and fall so far. It will take a while to enter all the scores for the courses.