May was a great month for Plutus: they announced and released a total of 20 new perks every Thursday, making the Plutus card a very attractive choice for everyday shopping. Today, Plutus added ChatGPT, Twitter Blue, and TFL Perks, totaling a list of 35+ merchants where you can get £10/€10 back every month.
A reminder of how it works: you get the Plutus debit card, top it up, pay at the merchants, and then you get reimbursed the same amount you paid in PLU. You can use those rewards to top up your card again, exchange for Euro €, or convert to a different currency using an external wallet (like MetaMask). Plutus is what I’ve been using to get Free Spotify and Netflix for the past 8 months, read more here.
It’s great to see Plutus take action, ramp up, and work full-thrust towards their roadmap and towards offering a. I’m eager to see how Plutus Perks develop in the upcoming year and what kind of perks related to travel, tourism, and hospitality they have in mind. I’m also looking forward to the reactivation of their Plutus DEX and speedier transactions on the PLU reimbursements.
Plutus Added ChatGPT – All New Perks
- Albert Heijn
- Burger King
- Pingo Doce
- Twitter Blue
New Plutus Perks Design
The Plutus app has also undergone some design improvements. The new Perks tab changed the design to be more user-friendly, categorized for quick access, and included a Perk usage indicator.
Plutus Perks FAQ (Updated)
How many Perks do you get?
The number of Perks you can select depends on your subscription plan and/or reward level.
1. The Perks usage bar is not visible on the Plutus app?
This feature is currently available on the web app and will be released on mobile within two weeks.
2. The Perks usage bar is not showing all your rewards.
Only settled transactions will be visible on the perks usage bar. Transactions in pending status will not be visible.
3. If the Perk has a different name, is it eligible for rewards?
- Same Brand: If a perk has different names but remains the same brand, then it is eligible for rewards (e.g., Aldi and Hofer)
- Different Brand: If the brand is different, then it won’t be eligible for rewards (e.g., Rewe and Billa)
As a general rule of thumb, a company with the same logo as one of the perks is likely eligible for rewards. Bear in mind that Plutus has the final say in determining if a brand is eligible for rewards.
As usual, feel free to reach out to me here or via Instagram if you have questions or wanna know more about my experience!