“We spent a lot of time speaking to customers who were telling us they were frustrated with existing reward programs on the market,” said Diego Scotti, Chief Marketing Officer, Verizon. “They didn’t want to spend time tracking or accumulating thousands of points in exchange for trivial items. They wanted rewards that have real value and were rooted in experiences,” said Scotti. “That’s how Verizon Up came to life, it’s digital only, simple to use, rewards are constant and relevant, and it connects you with brands and access to experiences you know and love.”
One of a kind: how Verizon Up works
Verizon Up is simple earn rewards by just paying your monthly bill. For every $300spent on your Verizon Wireless bill, earn one credit that can be redeemed for rewards and experiences. One credit equals one reward, super simple. Each credit allows for instant gratification which means as soon as you earn it, you can use it. Every month there are six new customized rewards to choose from. Customers can select exciting rewards from partners such as:
- Apple Music: 4 months free for new subscribers and existing subscribers receive an extra month free
- JetBlue: 20% off R/T flight and 1,000 TrueBlue loyalty points
- HBO NOW: first 3 months of a subscription
Additional partners will be added monthly. Better yet, enrollment in Verizon Up is convenient, paper-free and no cost through the My Verizon App. Credits can be redeemed for 60 days after they are earned.
There are four types of rewards to choose from:
- Everyday Rewards: Free services and discounts to some of today’s hottest brands such as Amazon, Headspace, Boxed, Electronic Arts and DonorsChoose.org.
- Verizon Rewards: Bank up to $10 towards your next Verizon device purchase. Save up these rewards and it could total $240 off your next device, discounts on accessories and bonus data (1GB or 2GB).
- Super Tickets: Access to the most sought after events in sports, music and entertainment, such as NFL and Broadway shows.
- Dream Tickets: Once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as tickets to NFL events including Kickoff in New England, 2018 Pro Bowl and Super Bowl LII.