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GetUpside: Celebrate $100M Milestone With Promo Code 100MIL

GetUpside is celebrating the milestone of users earning $100 million in cash back with promo code 100MIL that gives you an extra 10¢ off per gallon.

What Is GetUpside?

GetUpside is a mobile app that offers real cash back on your gas purchases for simply taking a picture of your gas receipt. There’s no catch to this rewards app!

You can read my review of the GetUpside app where I gave it 8.8 out of 10 stars.

If you’re new to GetUpside, you can sign up using the referral code NINJA25 to get an extra 25¢ off per gallon.

GetUpside $100 Million Promo

GetUpside is celebrating users earnings $100 million in cash back by offering promo code 100MIL that will add an additional 10¢ cash back per gallon of gas you buy.

Here’s their official statement:

“Hitting the $100 million milestone for cash back earned means as much to us as it does to your wallets.

GetUpside was started with the mission of helping people, buinesses, and communities thrive.

And Upsiders – you are THRIVING!

This promo code expires on July 2, so make sure you use it before then.

How To Add 10¢ Promo Code 100MIL

  1. Tap the Menu () button on the GetUpside app
  2. Select Profile
  3. Click “Edit” next to the Promo Code line
  4. Type in 100MIL and tap “Done” on the upper right-hand corner

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The Bottom Line

I’m a big fan of GetUpside and use the app every time I get gas for my car. It’s incredible that people have collectively earned $100 million back from their gas purchases in the last 3 years!

Even though 10¢ isn’t much, that’s still $1.70 back in extra cash back. Stack it with all the other codes I list in this post and earn even more.

1 thought on “GetUpside: Celebrate $100M Milestone With Promo Code 100MIL”

  1. My upside app has gone into unverifiable mode on my last several purchases yet I’m using the very same card I started with. Then when I tried to cash out it wouldn’t send verification codes as stated for the transaction. Not caring for this app as it’s becoming useless at this point not to mention no way to contact anyone from the app itself when you need help.

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