You can earn free gear with Fairway Jockey’s rewards program. Here’s how
If you’re a golfer, there’s nothing better than scoring some free gear, and by shopping at Fairway Jockey, you can earn points and rewards with every transaction and many other ways. Here’s how.
The first and most important step to start earning free gear and rewards is to join the Jockey Club, which is Fairway Jockey’s rewards program. Simply signing up earns you 100 points, right on the spot! Start earning by clicking here.
Earn more points
Once you’re established as a Jockey Club member, you can earn points in a number of different ways — and not all of them are transactional! You can read one of Fairway Jockey’s blogs, review a product, or simply follow Fairway Jockey on Twitter. Check out a list of the things you can do — and their value! — below.
-Follow Fairway Jockey on Twitter (50 points)
-Read Fairway Jockey’s latest blog (50 points)
-Share GOLF.com content on Facebook (50 points)
-Write a product review (50 points)
-Celebrate your account-creation anniversary! (250 points)
-Celebrate your actual birthday! (500 points)
-Make a purchase at Fairway Jockey (1 point/$1 spent)
-Make your fifth purchase at Fairway Jockey (500 points)
Use those points!
Points will automatically accumulate when you’re signed in to your Jockey Club account, and using them is easy! A stockpile of 500 points is worth $10, which you can apply at checkout on any Fairway Jockey purchase. You can even use your points for fittings! A 30-minute phone fitting is 2,500 points, and a 60-minute phone fitting is 4,500 points.
And if you happen to be in the market for an in-person fitting, now is the perfect time to visit your local True Spec.
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