Our mission at Marley Spoon is to bring delightful, market-fresh and easy cooking back to the people.
Our mission at Upstreet is to make everyone a shareholder, aligning the fortunes of people and brands.
In this pilot program, Marley Spoon is inviting 1,000 customers to earn fractional share rewards with every purchase. See below for T&Cs.
You’re already a fan, now you can be a shareholder too.
A match made in kitchen
If you love cooking with Marley Spoon, you’re going to love bonus share rewards with every order.
Set up Upstreet on your mobile and link your bank account for automatic share rewards on every purchase with Marley Spoon.
You will get 2% of the purchase value in fractional shares.
After you make 10 purchases with Marley Spoon, you will get an additional bonus of fractional shares equal to your 10 prior rewards.
For example, earn $1.53 on 10 boxes and receive a $15.30 bonus!
If you’re not a Marley Spoon customer, be sure to sign up using the link in the Upstreet app and you’ll receive a one-off bonus of up to $45 in fractional shares.
You can also receive a further $25 off each of your first four boxes for a further saving of up to $100. Be sure to use the Promo Code in the Discovery section of the app.
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.
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