Do you love WebPT? Do you love receiving gift cards or WebPT account credit? Then, get ready to celebrate, because thanks to WebPT’s Referral Program, you have the opportunity to earn some seriously sweet rewards. We’re talkin’:

  1. A $250 Amazon gift card, or
  2. A one-month WebPT credit (up to $250).

So, how does one earn such a delightful reward? I’m so glad you asked.

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It’s Simple

To participate in the WebPT Referral Program, all you need to do is tell your peers about WebPT; then, let us know that you did through our official Referral Program page. To sign up:

  1. Go Here.
  2. Tell us about yourself and your referral.
  3. Sign up for the program.

After your referral has officially been a WebPT Member for 90 days, you’ll automatically receive your reward. Sweet, right? Doubly sweet, actually: the person you referred automatically gets $100 off his or her WebPT setup. And really, who doesn’t love providing a friend with a great deal? (Okay, so maybe some scrooges wouldn’t be so into that. But, let’s not count them.)

Just remember to use this form every time you want to refer a friend, and we’ll handle the rest. If you’re into reading official rules and guidelines (hey, I’m a rule-follower, too), you can check them out here. And if you have any questions or need help, give us a shout in the comments section below.

Finally, thank you for telling your friends and peers about WebPT. We wouldn’t be where we are today without you. Seriously, you’re the best—yep, you.

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