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Free $5 Barnes and Noble gift card through mPoints

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Are you a fan of the Barnes and Noble bookstore? Would you like to be able to get your favorite books from one of the country’s best book selling retail stores for free? If so, mPoints is giving away $5 Barnes and Noble gift card for free!


The rewards program mPoints was created by SessionM. The company claims to be the world's leading mobile loyalty program according to its website. Users of apps affiliated with mPoints get rewarded particular amounts of points for performing specified tasks each day. These points can add up very swiftly depending upon a user's regularity.

mPoints apps

Apps such as Crackle, The Weather Channel, and offer mPoints for visiting the app each day. Once there, users can click through various areas of the apps to earn achievements which award points. Once a user reaches a specific number of points, they can be redeemed for prizes such as a $5 Barnes and Noble gift card.

mPoints also rewards users for downloading affiliate apps through their apps' promotions. Users can also receive points for watching sponsored videos, viewing sponsored websites, signing up for email promotions, and taking short surveys.

Head on over to to see which apps can be beneficial to you. You may find yourself reading more books and saving more money.



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