Dealspotr users: we have noticed users experiencing some confusion around properly identifying and labeling “personal referral codes”. Here are a few pointers to properly identify if a code is a personal referral code, to help you avoid losing points on your account.
- Most referral codes are formatted with a name and sometimes a number after it. An example of this is “Jimmy10” for 10% off.
- Check the Dealspotr merchant page to see if they have other Social & Referral Codes. This can help you identify how they are formatted.
- Check the merchant’s website to see if they offer an Ambassador or Referral program
Many users are incorrectly labeling codes by not labeling them as Personal Referral Codes. Like any deal posting activity on Dealspotr, adding deals with errors or improper labels will result in a deduction in points.
If you would like to gauge the potential point payout for each deal type for a store, please use the Deal Posting Projects: https://dealspotr.com/projects. Projects are a great way to find stores that need codes and you earn even more points by finding them!