This is my first time trying answering the Promo Code question from the Rewards emai since the new program rolled out. I am logged into my account and tried entering the number 13 in the Promo Code box. I also tried 13DAYS. All are being rejected. I have not been told that I was locked out (at least not yet!) Can anyone help? Question:
Broken record here. Still not getting the Rewards for Good emails. My email is correct as I got the monthly statement and the give up your telephone number one. Also got the sharper brain emails where I was supposed to get 750 points and got nothing but the emails.
I don't know why this happens. It happened on the webletter on the old program before admins straightened it out just in time for the program to end.
Thanks again for posting this new promo code. No email I receive has ever had one.
And another question, is a land line number okay for this verification or whatever?
I really don't want texts coming to my cell I use rarely. How is one to verify?
There was no explanation in the email requeting (requiring?) us to submit a telephone number.
The frustrations are starting to build to critical here.
Who is still at a Big Fat Zero in amount saved despite trying every day in the instant games.
Did you ever get an answer to your question? The Rewards Promo Question and code are in the weekly Rewards email. It asks a question and you find the answer (easy). If you have chosen to view displays in your email, the answer will actually appear in the box below the question. Stil, even knowing the exact answer, I have not been able to get the code to go thru on the website. A bit frustated with the program!
The Rewards codes are usually at the bottom of the newsletter, and not like in the old R4G newsletter. These are reversed, upside down and in the form of answering a question to determine the 11/21 code.
If you look at my post "REWARDS EMAIL PROMO CODE" I have posted the codes for every week since they started. You can get them all from the post.
Me, again! Am I the only one having this much trouble deciphering the Promo Code? I have yet to get one right without searching on this forum for the exact wording or lettering of the code. This just seems like a ridiculous waste of time. Are people not complaining? Is there some trick I'm not seeing? How exactly are you figuring it out?
Once again, this Promo Code thing is a PIA! The answer this week is obviously some form of 8%. I've tried more than a dozen variations including all caps, numerals vs words, spaces and no spaces, reverse lettering and more. With that much effort, shouldn't any respectable promo code be available to all members and regular visitors to this site???
And I have a question! I'd love to know how many people actually get the answer right without having to come on to the forum and ask. Am I just one of the "stupid" ones? Or is really keeping people away from the purpose of offering the promo code in the first place?
I posted this somewhere and can't find it, except on my laptop.
But, I always keep a page or two of an AARP Rewards page open all the time. I just refresh one to sign on. Sometimes, it makes me give my password and the other stuff.
You can find this on most any page of AARP Rewards. Below, "Discover" has been replaced with "Explore". I don't click on anything from the Email to enter the promo code. It is easier for me to go to an open page.
This image is just below the Black Banner (that doesn't work right, but, another issue).
Just make sure you are signed on and find that little "Enter a promo code" box and enter the code.
Once again, even seeing the exact answer on the Rewards email page, I can not get the code to be accepted. Am I an idiot or is there a hitch in the program? I want a fair chance to earn the promo points. If it's just too "difficult" for me to figure the puzzle out, than I will delete the email subscription and stick to answering quizzes, walking daily and watching videos. But, if there is a hitch in the program, someone needs to fix it.
Answer given in the email is 8. I tried 8, eight, and Eight. None were accepted and I did refresh the page after each attempt.
I don't know what the glitch is but signing up the same way over and over doesn't work. Same issue with the webletter on the old program but someone finally fixed it on the tech end.
No problem getting other newsletters, just the ones with the codes.
And a question/comment: I now see there was a special offer today. It was sold out by the time I noticed it. Was it in the email today?
Thanks for the special offers which give more people opportunities to win something (I'll know to look tomorrow anyway.)
I have complained several times but want to be sure it is clear that I know the games are legit. We used to have an epidemic of people who didn't win the daily deal coming on the boards to call it a scam. Not winning doesn't make something a scam. It might make us feel unlucky, but we are not scam victims. I've been married for 52 years so I guess I was lucky in love instead, lol.
I sure felt all the R4G sweeps, auctions and Daily Deals were fake cause I wasn't winning. Others stated they were winning, thought it might linked to certain log ins. I finally won some daily deals at the end and felt better about program.
Congratulations on being lucky at love, it's a blessing.
I am getting the same thing I always get: error code; we don't recognize that code, please try again. See examples below. Refreshed the page after each attempt. Also tried clearing my history for AARP earlier this afternoon. I am using a Mac Air laptop with Safari as the browser, but get the same results on my iPhone 8, as well.