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organization of the new site

I found the previous rewards site easier to navigate.  For example all the gift cards were in one place and you could break them down by kind  (e.g., restaurants, shopping) Now it seems like you have to scroll through all the rewards.  Also there isn't much to buy with ones points and the instant wins are all really sweepstakes rather than purchases since you have to spend points even when you don't win.  I really don't like to gamble.

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I agree, the site is too difficult to find anything. I am only interested in entering sweepstakes, next to impossible to find them in the new screens
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Periodic Contributor

I totally agree. To think they actually paid someone to make such a mess of things. 

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Regular Social Butterfly

I completely understand your post; change is sometimes hard.

 

In case this is helpful, if you click on "Near You" there is a drop down menu on the left to filter by restaurants, etc.

 

hth

 

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I've clicked on the  Near You button numerous times since the new site started.  It always says there are ZERO things in my area.  I guess it depends on where you live or it just doesn't work correctly.

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Might be issue with area on AARP? Here's what I see:

 

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