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The Rx Review Rewards Program Returns!

The Rx Review Rewards Program Returns!

The Rx Review Rewards Program Returns!

The Rx Review is excited to announce that our Rewards Program is now back up and running!

Earlier this year we set up a program designed to reward our loyal readers. In the first few moths we gave away thousands of dollars worth of prizes from Gift Cards to equipment.

Unfortunately, due to an upgrade of our site, we had to disable the rewards program for a month or two. However, now that everything is back to normal, our Rewards Program is making a return!

For those who are new to The Rx Review, or still not sure how it all works, our Rewards Program is basically a point system designed to reward regular readers of our site. Every time you visit, post a comment, like something of ours on Facebook, or Tweet about one of our posts, you will earn a 100 points for that action. Once you get enough, you can then redeem them for prizes!

For a full overview of how it works, click here.

So to celebrate the return of our Rewards Program, we have added a number of new items to our prize list.

Here’s is a rundown of what you can earn, and how many points you will need to collect them:

7,500 points – $5 Starbucks Gift Card:

20,000 points – $25 Rogue Fitness Gift Certificate:

30,000 points – $100 Armaid Self Therapy Tool for Arms and Elbows:

35,000 points – $50 Rogue Fitness Gift Certificate:

50,000 points – $100 Rogue Fitness Gift Certificate:

If you’re keen on signing up, simply click on the ‘Punch Tab’ pop up box that will appear on our website every time you visit, or if you miss it, simply click on the red tab on the left hand side of the home page which says “Rewards”. Click on that, sign in with your Facebook account and away you go.

Just like previous months, each reader is only able to earn a maximum of 500 points a day.

Good luck, and happy reading!

– John

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The Rx Review is an independent fitness website, reporting on the Sport of Fitness, functional fitness news, The CrossFit Games, health and diet related information, and also provides reviews on sports performance products.