Earn shares as you shop with Upstreetl

Grow your ownership of Wesfarmers (ASX:WES), parent company of Catch.com.au, with every order.  You know a good deal when you see one, so you’re going to love earning bonus share rewards with every purchase. We’re inviting you to earn fractional share rewards with every purchase made through the Upstreet App. See below for the terms of this exciting reward offer.

Own shares now. There is no catch.

With our unique share rewards program, you can earn investments for the future just by continuing to shop with Catch.com.au today.

earn 3% in shares

How do I redeem my share rewards?

To earn fractional share rewards in Catch, simply :

1.
Download the Upstreet app and link your bank account

2.
Use the discovery function to select Catch and follow the link

3.
Shop online at Catch
and earn

How much can I earn?

For every purchase with Catch, you will receive a reward of 3% of the purchase value in fractional shares. 
For example, if you spend $100 shopping on Catch, you will receive a reward of $3.00 in fractional shares in Wesfarmers Limited (the parent company of Catch.com.au).

What is a fractional share?

Some shares are expensive and individual purchases can be small. Fractional shares enable us to reward your everyday purchases, no matter how small, with real ownership in the brands you love and support.
Set up your Upstreet account and watch your shareholdings grow over time. Just by shopping with Upstreet brands.

Download the Terms and Conditions to this Reward Offer

For all the Terms and Conditions related to this offer, you can download our Catch Reward Offer document here ( 2.6 MB PDF).

If you have any further questions, please email Upstreet support.

Disclaimer
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