F.A.Q.

Rewards Everywhere (powered by CompLinks) offers a service that allows members to earn Rewards Everywhere points which can be exchanged for reward points at their favorite casino. Joining and using Rewards Everywhere is free and simple, requiring only your email address and a password to get started. Rewards Everywhere does not sell or rent your personal information to third parties, and Rewards Everywhere does not 'spam' its members. Rewards Everywhere does not install or require you to install software on your computer. In other words, there is no 'catch'. Rewards Everywhere receives a fee for referring buyers to affiliated stores and uses that fee to reward members with points on their purchases.

Please read this complete member Terms & Conditions for full details on the Rewards Everywhere Program ("Program"). We think you will agree that the Rewards Everywhere Program offers the smartest way to shop online.

Each store offers a different amount of points for your purchases. These point amounts may fluctuate for individual stores and are shown next to each store.

1000 Rewards Everywhere points = 10 Casino Comp Points.

The points you earn for your purchases will reside in your CompLinks account balance, which you can exchange for casino comp points at any time. This means you’ll earn hotel night stays, food and beverage credits and any other perks or comps in your participating casino’s rewards program.

Generally speaking it takes between 60 to 90 days in order for points to move from Pending to Available. For example, points earned during the month of October would be authorized by the advertiser by November 30th with payment due to us by December 30th. The moment we receive the credit from the individual advertiser, your points will become Available.

No, our program is completely free to use. The merchant stores pay for the program.

No. Stores do not charge you any more to use the program, they simply allow us to give you points back.

Yes. If there is a sale going on with an individual store or you have promotional codes to use, you still can reap those benefits. Plus, in many cases we can provide exclusive deals just for you.

Click on the logo of any retailer to see their page which contains their details and all offers.

When you use our program to visit a participating retailer’s online store, a cookie is placed on your browser to let us know that you are potentially making a purchase. That cookie is only there to alert the retailer if a purchase is made. For more information on our privacy policy please see below.

A cookie is a small bit of code on a website that allows our merchant partners to track individual transactions between our site and their site in order to ensure you get credit for receiving the proper amount of points based on the total purchase made on their site. This means you MUST have cookies enabled in your browser setting in order to receive points.

We do not sell any of our data. We do use it to improve the user experience and the relevance of offers.

Participating stores have no access to our data. We will never share specific information about who you are.

Apple Mail (desktop)

If Apple Mail delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Teach Apple Mail's filter to allow future messages. Open the junk folder and find the message. Move the message into the inbox.
  • Add your From email to the address book. Open the message, right-click the sender email address, and choose Add to Contacts.

For additional information about Apple Mail, visit the Apple Mail Support Page.

 

Mail (Apple iOS mobile devices)

If Mail delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Teach Mail's filter to allow future messages. Open the junk folder and find the message. Move the message into the inbox.
  • Add your From email to the address book. Open the message, and tap the From email address. Then tap Create New Contact to input the address in the contacts list.

For additional information about the Mail app, visit the Apple Support Page.

 

AOL Webmail

If AOL Webmail delivers a legitimate message to spam, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Mark a received campaign as Not Spam. Open the spam folder and click the message. Click the OK, Not Spam button.
  • Add your From email to the address book. Click Contacts in the navigation panel, and click the New Contact icon. Input the email address and click the Add Contact button.

For additional information about AOL Webmail, visit the AOL Support Page.

 

Gmail (desktop and mobile)

If Gmail delivers a legitimate message to spam, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Mark a received campaign as Not Spam. Open the spam folder and click or tap the message. Click Not Spam.
  • Add your From email to the address book. Open the contact list, click or tap New Contact, and input the address.

For additional information about Gmail, visit the Gmail Support Page.

 

Outlook

If Outlook delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Mark a received campaign as Not Junk. Open the junk folder and click the message. Click Not Junk.
  • Add your From email to the address book. Open the message, right-click the sender name, and click Add to Contacts. Authentication information may display in Outlook's sender name area, so ask the subscriber add your address only.

For additional information about Outlook, visit the Office Support Page.

 

Outlook.com

If Outlook.com delivers a legitimate message to junk, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Mark a received campaign as Not Junk. Open the junk folder and right-click the message. Click Not Junk.
  • Add your From email to the Safe Recipient list. Click the gear icon, and choose Options. Click the Safe and Blocked Senders link, click Safe Senders, and input the message's From email address.

For additional information about Outlook.com, visit the Outlook.com Support Page.

 

Yahoo Mail

If Yahoo Mail delivers a legitimate message to spam, your subscriber can do two things.

  • Mark a received campaign as Not Spam. Open spam folder, click the message, and click Not Spam.
  • Add your From email address to the address book. Open the message and click the Add to contacts button next to the From email address.

For additional information about Yahoo Mail, visit the Yahoo Support Page.