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A few months ago, I wrote about the Jamba Juice offer – free daily Jamba Juice when paying with Isis Mobile Wallet – through April 30, 2014 or until one million Jamba’s are given out. That post is here.
It piqued my interest and I bought a special case from Verizon Wireless to make my iPhone Isis Mobile ready. That broke, was replaced, and then I had some issues getting Wells Fargo to upload my credit card to the Isis Mobile Wallet, but eventually got everything working smoothly (see this and this). (note: my Business SPG Amex loaded easily without any problems).
The three promotions I have taken part in:
The free Jamba juice mentioned above, (2) the Wells Fargo – get 20% statement credit (up to $100 per month) for WF credit card using Isis Wallet (see post by PF Digest), and (3) 50% statement credit rebate on NYC Yellow Taxi rides (I wonder if the promo also works with the new green taxis?) with a synced Amex card up to $100 maximum (I used this once – it cost me $18 instead of $36 to go from NYC to LGA).
There is also a very popular Serve promotion, but I don’t have the Serve card and I don’t want to make one hundred piddly purchases – but it is a smart way to get folks acclimated to using Isis Mobile Wallet on a regular basis.
Anyway, I was looking at my Isis Mobile Wallet app, and I noticed that the free daily Jamba Juice offer is still alive. The offer now says that it expires on December 31, 2014 or until one million Jamba Juices are given out.
I wonder if Jamba started counting to one million all over again, or if this is the same million that they were always reaching for….
I hope that these promotions continue. I believe that somehow embedding credit cards right into smart phones (or maybe our brains?) is the way of the future and…. the future is now.
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