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travis200 04-08-05 10:59 PM

Team Performance Newbie Question
 
I signed up last week to be a Team Performance member. I made some purchases last weekend when it was double points weekend. Today I logged on to the Team Performance website and it shows I have a large amount of points. What do the points mean and how do they equate to $ when I go to shop? Does it mean I have a credit kinda thing when I shop or do I have to redeem them? Thanks for my looking at my newbie question :p

PWRDbyTRD 04-08-05 11:00 PM

You can redeem them...I'm not sure how it works, but normall you get 10% of your purchase back, so you got 20%...you can do teh math and figure it out.

Chongo 04-09-05 02:05 AM

Performance sends you coupons in $10 amounts whenever you spend enough. It's $10 for every $1000 for my Performance credit card. I can't remember what it is for purchases. You redeem them by using them like cash in their stores, or you can use them for mail order purchases. That delays the mail transaction a bit since you have to mail the coupon in .

PWRDbyTRD 04-09-05 02:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Chongo
Performance sends you coupons in $10 amounts whenever you spend enough. It's $10 for every $1000 for my Performance credit card. I can't remember what it is for purchases. You redeem them by using them like cash in their stores, or you can use them for mail order purchases. That delays the mail transaction a bit since you have to mail the coupon in .

I think it's 10 percent if you're a team member..not 1%

travis200 04-09-05 08:01 AM

Alright thanks for the info looks like I will wait for the coupons. I bought a $1300 bike so 20% is $260. My points total shows 25,800 so I have no idea what that means.

rule 04-09-05 08:08 AM

It means that the next time that you want to buy something online from Performance, log in, load your shopping cart, and then when you check out, it will ask if you want to redeem your Team Performance points towards the purchase. Use them to reduce the amount that you will have to pay. Then, you will also be earning points on this new purchase. They will be there for you to use next time. If you really are confused, just call their customer service. They get paid to answer questions like these. :p

Chongo 04-09-05 09:49 AM

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Originally Posted by PWRDbyTRD
I think it's 10 percent if you're a team member..not 1%

You're right. I had forgotten since I haven't been a "Team Preformance Member" for a while. I still have a Performance credit card that gives me the same coupons but at one for every $1000 I spend on it.

BloomBikeShop 04-09-05 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Chongo
You're right. I had forgotten since I haven't been a "Team Preformance Member" for a while. I still have a Performance credit card that gives me the same coupons but at one for every $1000 I spend on it.

Yeah, right now I have the credit card and the Team Performance membership! Woohoo discounts!

Guest 04-09-05 05:48 PM

$10 for every $1000? Are you sure, because I have like $400 in Performance coupons right here in my hot little hands. Surely I couldn't have spent that much money at Performance, could I?

Koffee


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