Earn Statement Credits, United Airlines Miles, and Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

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You can earn Serve statement credits, United Airlines miles and Amazon gift cards with Softcard.

Earn Statement Credits United Airlines Miles And Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

You Can Earn United Airlines Miles and Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

Earn United Airlines Miles and Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

Link:   Softcard (formerly ISIS Wallet)

Link:   Softcard app (Android)

Softcard (formerly ISIS Wallet) is an Android app that lets you pay for purchases with your smartphone.

Existing ISIS Wallet iPhone users can use Softcard.  But if you did NOT create an ISIS Wallet iPhone account before September 16, 2014, you can NOT use Softcard.

You can add your participating credit cards, your Serve account, and grocery store and merchant loyalty cards to Softcard.

Participating credit cards include:

Only cards belonging to the primary cardholder can be added to Softcard.  So you can NOT add authorized user to Softcard. 

Softcard Offers

Here are this month’s Softcard offers:

1.  $1 Back on Each Purchase (up to $50 a month)

Link:   $1 Back on Each Purchase (up to $50 a month)

You can get a $1 statement credit (up to $50) each month on your Serve account for each purchase of $1 or more (except transit and parking charges) through December 31, 2014.

I can’t wait to save money by using Softcard to fill up the car with gas at Chevron (a Softcard gas station) by purchasing $1 worth of gas 50X in a row!  🙂

Earn Statement Credits United Airlines Miles And Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

$1 Statement Credit (up to $50) Each Month When You Pay with Your Serve Account in Softcard

2.   2,500 United Airlines Miles for Linking & Using UnitedPlus Card

Link:   2,500 United Airlines Miles for Linking & Using UnitedPlus Card

You can get 2,500 United Airlines miles after you link and pay with your UnitedPlus Explorer card by February 28, 2015.

You’ll get an additional 500 United Airlines miles every month you use Softcard with your UnitedPlus Explorer card through February 28, 2015.  This means you can earn 4,000 United Airlines miles (2,500 United Airlines miles for linking and using your UnitedPlus Explorer card + 500 United Airlines miles each month: December, January, and February.)

Earn Statement Credits United Airlines Miles And Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

Link & Use Your UnitedPlus Explorer Card on Softcard to Earn up to 4,000 United Airlines Miles

3.   $10 Amazon Gift Card for Every 5 Uses of Softcard

Link:   $10 Amazon Gift Card for Every 5 Uses of Softcard

You can get a $10 Amazon gift card after using Softcard to pay for 5 purchases with the same participating credit card through December 31, 2014.

There’s a limit of three $10 Amazon gift cards for each participating credit card.  But you can use up to 5 participating credit cards.  This means you could earn $150 in Amazon gift cards ($10 Amazon gift cards x 3 (per credit card) x 5 (maximum participating cards).

You can NOT use your Serve card for this offer.

Earn Statement Credits United Airlines Miles And Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

Get a $10 Amazon Gift Card When You Use Softcard 5 Times

What I Don’t Like

Emily and I haven’t used Softcard yet, but here are a couple of things you should know.

Possible Cash Advance Fees

There are conflicting reports on Flyertalk that Chase is coding loads to Serve as cash advances.  You can set your cash advance limit to $0 to avoid possible cash advance fees.

Data and Messaging Charges

Softcard is free to use, but because payment information is transmitted using your smartphone, you could pay data and messaging fees.  So if you have a limited data or texting plan, you could pay more in fees than any miles or gift cards you’ll earn.

Bottom Line

You can earn Serve statement credits, United Airlines miles and Amazon gift cards with Softcard.

Softcard (formerly ISIS Wallet) is a free app that lets you make purchases using your smartphone.

You can earn a $1 Serve statement credit (up to $50) every month on purchases of $1 or more through December 31, 2014.

When you link and use your UnitedPlus Explorer card to Softcard by February 28, 2015, you can earn up to 4,000 United Airlines miles.

You can get a $10 Amazon gift card (up to three $10 Amazon gift cards) for every 5 uses of Softcard.  You can use up to 5 participating cards for a maximum of $150 in Amazon gift cards.

How much have you “earned” using Softcard?

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15 responses to “Earn Statement Credits, United Airlines Miles, and Amazon Gift Cards With Softcard

  1. I’m a bit confused. I have an Android phone. I do NOT have any sort of ‘wallet’ set up on it. I have never used my phone to pay for anything. Does this mean I cannot use any of the above information?

  2. Karen, you have to download the Softcard app and then you load your credit cards from there.

    I’ve been loading my Serve account with a Chase credit card and have not incurred cash advance fees. When you load money on your account via a credit card, it will reduce the amount available for cash advance, but once the sale goes through your limit will go back up.

  3. Verizon customers also get $5.00 off their first five purchases with Serve until the end of November.

  4. This was great news! So I canceled my bluebird account (havent used it since since the bluebird reload debacle early this year), and signed up for Serve with no issues. I added 2 amex cards and 1 Chase UnitedExplorer cards with no issues. Looking forward to maxing out these easy rewards, especially since we have a bunch of Certified Oil gas stations in Ohio. Its gonna be weird to run 50, one-dollar gas fillups, but oh well!?!! Happy Thanksgiving

  5. Thought: since I have an iPhone, could I get one of those burner “pay as you go” phones from the grocery, download the app and use softcard?

  6. @Travis, does verizon just “know” you by the cell phone youre using?

  7. All, your android phone has to have NFC. NFC is a form of wireless communication that allows the flow of information between two devices. The technology, according to the NFC Forum, comes in three flavors: tag reader and writer, device to device, and card emulation.

  8. If you live in Chicago (or are visiting), you can use Softcard to pay for CTA and Pace rides and get a 50% discount!

  9. Anyone figure out how to use softcard with iPhone 6????

  10. Daniel- yes, you will get the credit a few days after a purchase. Look in the “offers” section of your softcard for the details.

  11. Softcard doesn’t use data to make payments. I’ve placed my device in airplane mode and was still able to log into app and process payments.

  12. I’ve always thought that Softcard was carrier specific as well.

    I’ve got Sprint and my understanding is no matter what phone you have with that carrier it will not work because Sprint hasn’t accepted their standards.

    If I’m wrong I’d love to have someone correct me 🙂

  13. this is a copy and paste from my post on another blog:

    just got in on the last big Amazon giveaway with five cards. (Amex Plat, old Amex Blue, United MP, Chase Free, and Chase Sapph)

    excited for the deals to keep coming.

    in my area, Staples, Walgreens, Panera are easiest to grab with NFC terminals.

    Subways and vending machines can have NFC terminals as well.

    CVS and Rite Aids have turned theirs off because of this CurrentC payment crap.

    Apple now has Apple Pay for NFC but no Softcard.

    Need an enhanced SIM, certain Android phones, factory (usually) battery or aftermarket NFC battery.

    Plenty of info out there on the interwebs.

    And very importantly, if you get Serve through it, your monthly limits go up!

  14. I’ve been using Softcard all year. I just received the Amazon $20 promo for each of my AMEX cards. Loved the promo for free jamba juice every day earlier in the year. Now I’ll try the United miles bonus.

    You need NFC capable devices; newer smart phones will have it. Since iPhone came up with ApplePay, they don’t offer Softcard on their devices.

    Anyway, looking forward to more promos and discounts with Softcard.

  15. Are there still eligible $10 referral offers for softcard? If so some please post one for me.