We are building the world’s strongest craft beverage collective by supporting and growing independent craft breweries and distilleries.
Our mission at Upstreet is to make everyone a shareholder, aligning the fortunes of people and brands, like never before.
Mighty Craft seeks out local makers of beer, spirits and ready to serve beverages bringing unique ingredients and stories to the fore. If you’ve enjoyed their award-winning range, and cellar door experience, you’re going to love earning share ownership with every purchase!
Mighty Craft has partnered with Upstreet to offer customers Fractional Share Rewards. You can now own a little more of this great Aussie brand with every visit to their cellar doors in Victoria and New South Wales.
Once you’ve downloaded the Upstreet app and linked your bank account, any purchase you make at their cellar doors, The Mighty Hunter Valley (NSW) or The Mighty Moonee Ponds (VIC), will result in an automatic share reward, at no extra cost to you.
See below for the full terms of this exciting offer.
To participate, simply:
For every purchase at The Mighty Hunter Valley or The Mighty Moonee Ponds, you will get 2% of the purchase value in fractional shares (ASX:MCL)
For example, if you spend $200, you will receive $4 in fractional shares.
Double Rewards - The Mighty Hunter Valley only
With every 5th purchase at The Mighty Hunter Valley, you will get an additional 2% in fractional shares (ASX:MCL) on the combined value of your last 5 purchases.
For example, if you spend $200 five times in a row, you will receive an additional $20 in fractional shares.
Double Rewards - The Mighty Moonee Ponds only
With every 10th purchase at The Mighty Moonee Ponds, you will get an additional 2% in fractional shares (ASX:MCL) on the combined value of your last 10 purchases.
For example, if you spend $200 ten times in a row, you will receive an additional $40 in fractional shares.
Drink (and invest) responsibly with Mighty Craft.
This Reward Offer is available to a limited number of participants, for a limited aggregate reward amount and may apply for a limited time only. It may also be changed or revoked at any time. When the Reward Offer ends, further participants may no longer be able to participate.
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.
Set up your Upstreet account and watch your shareholdings grow over time. Just by shopping with Upstreet brands.
5 Days Only! Join the Mighty Craft Friends & Family Program Online!
Purchase Mighty Craft products through the Mighty Craft Friends & Family website at a discounted price and earn 2% as share rewards on Upstreet.
Mighty Craft is opening their Mighty Craft Friends & Family program again for a limited time to stock up ahead of Australia Day.
This invite-only part of the Mighty Craft website offers selected products at a discounted price. You'll have to be quick as it will only be open until Monday, January 18th in order to assure delivery before the holiday.
Access to Mighty Craft Family & Friends website is exclusive. Please use the URL and access code provided in the Mighty Craft email, which was sent to eligible customers.
Mighty Craft Promotion
Mighty Craft is increasing the reward amount for customers at The Mighty Hunter Valley or The Mighty Moonee Ponds, that receive its newsletter during the promotional period. If you sign up for the Mighty Craft newsletter, the first two (2) share rewards you receive during the promotional period will be doubled in value from 2% to 4%.
Sign up to the newsletter here and find out more about the promotion here.
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