REI Member Rewards Are In: Here’s How to Find Yours
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
If you’re anything like us, and we’re guessing you are, you’ve spent more than a couple of bucks at REI over the past year. If you’re a member, and you should be, that means you’ve got a chunk of change coming back to you in the form of your REI Member Reward (formerly known as the REI dividend).
Here’s how to find your reward total:
Step 1) Go to the “Look Up Membership and Rewards Information” Page
Found here: https://www.rei.com/membership/lookup
Step 2) Input Your Membership Info
If you know your member number, you can look up your rewards info by inputting that and your first and last name on the right-hand side of the page.
If you don’t know your member number, you can use one of the fields on the left-hand side of the page to look it up based on your email address or phone number, then use it to sign in and view your reward.
Step 3) Roll in Your REI Dough
If you’ve input your information correctly, the above popup should appear (your balance amount may vary). It shows the number of reward points you earned this year and last year, as well as the total points you have available. Unspent rewards will roll over for two years before expiring.
Hikers and backpackers can save up to 50 percent on end-of-season clearance gear while supplies last. We’ve highlighted a few of our favorites here.
If you’re not an REI Co-op member yet, you should seriously consider it. A one-time fee of $30 gets you a lifetime membership that includes 10 percent back on most purchases, among other sweet benefits.
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