Got a 7" portable dvd player for the car for 7200 plus stupid tax... 7800 total i think. But still for under 3k points for it delivered, i'd say it is worth it... since my parents wanted one (actually asked for one just before i saw this deal)...
Agree with qwertyaas: SonyRewards card (issued b CapitalOne) is no longer a sweat deal as it once used to be (when Chase had it). With some luck you can get a Citi card that offers up to 50,000 points ($500) after some min spending withing 3 months time (ex. 2500 within 3 months). If this fits your spending habits (I am assuming the card is paid off every month!) this would be the card to sign up for. SonyRewards no longer offers rewards once it used to and the SonyRewards items are generally overpriced. I have had the card for 3+ years and witnessed its slow decline.
I agree since this card went to Capital one the programs sucks. I cashed out all of my points for gift cards recently and plan to cancel this card.
Yeah I guess. I'm just wondering if its worth signing up for a credit card to get what amounts to $100. And the $100 are only spendable on Sony Rewards' overpriced stuff. I'm waiting for some super sweet deal to push me over the edge and give me an excuse to get the Vita.
For the record, other than to satisfy this promotion, you can purchase Sony products at ANY authorized Sony retailer and redeem your points. You will just have to pay up front, fill out a form, and get reimbursed.
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