They get: 20% off
For each referral you get: a $5 Amazon e-gift card + 2 weeks free
That’s right – we’ll hook you up with a free $5 Amazon e-gift card + 2 weeks free for EVERY classmate you refer, who joins Picmonic Premium*. Think of it as a Karmic bonus for sharing Picmonic. There is no limit to how much you can earn.
Even better? Your friends get 20% off just for getting referred by you.
Plus, you can unlock additional referral bonuses as you go:
There are 2 ways to refer classmates:
- Share Picmonic with friends anywhere you see the share symbol when using Picmonic:
(You can share Playlists, Picmonics, and Playlists, and as long as you use the sharing tool, it counts!)
- Head to your My Referrals page to copy and share your unique referral link:
GET MY REFERRAL LINK
*Only first time purchases qualify for referral credit (refunded purchases excluded). Amazon e-gift cards earned will be available for redemption 30 days after the referral took place, via picmonic.com/referrals. Amazon e-gift card reward is valid on referrals that purchase after 8/15/17 and will only be available for a limited time. Additional referral bonuses are applicable for all referrals made after 7/10/2018 and may only be shipped to US addresses. You must redeem your Amazon gift card and/or free bonus within 90 days or they will no longer be valid. Standard referral terms and conditions apply. Restrictions apply, see amazon.com/gc-legal
Need some inspiration for what to spend your $ on? Here’s our picks:
Earned $5? A set of bone pens so you can ideate on that next Community Picmonic you’re going to create, but need a bit more pizazz than a standard Bic can provide.
Earned $60? You can pre-order the latest edition of your favorite textbook. Don’t worry, Picmonic likely has a Playlist so you can follow along even with the newest editions. Yay for errata!
Earned $100? Why not get a brand new Samsung Galaxy tablet so you can use your Playlists on the go, in style.
Earned $500? Check out how Oculus Rift is using VR to help healthcare students take their studies to the next level. Simulate surgery, treat a virtual trauma patient, and even explore anatomy like never before. How cool is that?!