Pick2Pay 2.0 brings card-linked offers and online shopping rewards to your finger tips.
(PRWEB) October 22, 2013
Pick2Pay 2.0 is now available in the App Store. Pick2Pay 2.0 has packed a ton of new benefits like card-linked offers, rewards comparison among shopping portals, customization of rewards and a healthy dose of iOS7.
Ever wonder if you could save more on your online purchase? Ever ask yourself if there are offers that can be redeemed for stores around you without having to carry a coupon? Like to share the savings you find on shopping with friends?
Pick2Pay can do all of the above in a few simple clicks on the iPhone. It’s the Kayak.com for shopping.
Pick2Pay now shows “card-linked offers” from MOGL® and Microsoft Bing® in addition to regular offers from Bing® for stores in the neighborhood. Open the map within the app and look for red pins for stores in the neighborhood where one can find offers with 5%-80% discounts. To redeem a MOGL or Bing offer, one can sign up with their credit card on Mogl.com or Bing.com/offers and then swipe the registered card at the store and receive a credit on their card for the discount.
Users can now compare their savings and cashback from over 20 different shopping portals for shopping online. For example: Users can choose to get 6% for shopping at Macy’s by going through Ebates® or get 5% by going through Chase Ultimate Rewards Mall® before making a purchase. Users can now choose from shopping portals like Ebates®, MrRebates® beyond credit card and airline shopping portals like ShopDiscover®, Bank of America Add it Up®, Delta Skymiles Shopping® etc.
Now users can share the joy of savings they find with their friends on Twitter and Facebook. From the results page for a store search, users can click the share button to share the exact savings with the store name and help their family and friends save as much for their purchases. For example: “Pick2Pay helps me save 10% at Macys”.
Pick2Pay now lets users assign customized value for their points, miles they earn on their cards once they login. For example: A user could say that British Avios earned on British Airways card are worth 5c/mile to him/her and the algorithm would account for this and show this card over other cards which are valued at 1c/mile for the same 1% reward. Also, users can now add notes to the credit cards to remind them of things like “Card expires in August 2014” or “Used for Balance Transfer offer – don’t use for purchases”
Please visit http://www.pick2pay.com for more information, including the ability to use the Web App. If you would like further information on Pick2Pay, or you would like to schedule an interview, please contact: info(at)pick2pay(dot)com.