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Drop

Drop rewards you for spending at your favorite places 💰✨

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Drop wants to make your everyday more rewarding. We are a growing platform that curates personalized offers you can’t find anywhere else, and rewards our users for spending at their favorite brands. Examples of offers include $75 in points for signing up for robo-advisor Wealthsimple and $20 in points for spending $40 at Giftagram!

Fooji App

Rewarding fans for interacting with their favorite brands

The Fooji App is the first app of its kind that enables fans to receive physical experiences delivered instantly from the world’s largest brands. Redeeming an experience delivered on-demand is as easy as engaging with your favorite brands on social.

Fast Company
What: A promotional stunt for Silicon Valley, involving free sky-pizza. Who: HBO and emoji-based food delivery system Gofooji. NY, LA, SF ???? Season 5 of Silicon Valley is here ???? Tweet #Sliceline + ???? for your very own pizza from Sliceline to celebrate ????
NBC Bay Area
Now here's a way to use drones we all could get behind: delivering pizza. Drones were seen flying across San Francisco (and Los Angeles and New York) on Monday dropping of free pie to any Twitter users who tweeted out #Sliceline coupled with the pizza emoji.
Adweek
Free food, especially during the doldrums of a Monday afternoon, is a sure bet to capture people's attention. HBO made pizza dreams come true as the network teamed up with Fooji, a brand delivery agency, to send pizzas to Silicon Valley fans in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
7 Alternatives to Fooji App

Chase Sapphire Reserve

Chase's credit card for millennials 💳

The Chase Sapphire Reserve card card is Chase's answer to the AMEX Platinum. With eye-popping rewards for travel and restaurant spending and exciting perks for every vacation, it's become the hottest card to have among millennial and credit card addicts.

NerdWallet
Credit card issuer tells shareholders that it was surprised by consumer response to the card, which hit its annual target in less than two weeks, thanks to a new travel trend. The company has since dialed back its sign-up bonus.
Nytimes
A credit card, mystifyingly, had suddenly become cool. And what really got under Amex executives' skin was that Chase was succeeding by, essentially, copying the American Express playbook and chasing the same up-and-coming elites who had traditionally joined Amex's ranks.
The Financial Brand
By all accounts, everyone knew that the Chase Sapphire Reserve was going to be a big deal. Everyone except Chase, that is. The Chase Sapphire Reserve is a new travel-focused rewards credit card with a huge 100,000 sign-up bonus points (worth roughly $1,500), applied after the customer spends $4,000 in the first three months.
15 Alternatives to Chase Sapphire Reserve
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