Upstreet offers shoppers fractional share rewards with every eligible purchase at a range of Australian and international brands.
HOW TO START EARNING SHARES
To start earning shares, you can shop either through the Upstreet Google Chrome Extension (on your computer) or through the Upstreet App.
On your computer (using this platform):
Use the Upstreet Chrome Extension
Step 1. Download the Upstreet Chrome Extension.
Step 2. From the Chrome Extension, log in to your Upstreet account. If you do not have an Upstreet account, download the Upstreet App and create an account.
Step 3. Using the Upstreet Chrome Extension, shop at any of our participating brands through your computer.
Step 4. Watch your portfolio grow in your app’s ‘Portfolio’ page, with every purchase. You will be notified within ~24 hours about your transaction via your app’s message board.
On your mobile (not using this platform):
Use the Upstreet App
Step 1. Download the Upstreet app. Click this link on your phone to download the app: https://upstreet.page.link/RLd2
Step 2. Link your card and/or bank account.
Step 3. Shop at a participating brand online or in-store.
Step 4. Watch your portfolio grow in your app’s ‘Portfolio’ page. You will be notified within ~24 hours about your transaction via your app’s message board.
OVER 100 BRANDS TO SHOP FROM
See all of our latest brands in the app or on our website, at Upstreet.com. Some of our brands include: ASICS, eBay, Kate Spade, Kogan, Lululemon, Marley Spoon, Michael Kors, Microsoft, M.J. Bale, Superdry, T2. We add brands frequently, so stay tuned!
FEE FREE, HASSLE FREE
There are no fees for using the Upstreet app. Even if you sell your shares, you will not be charged a fee. If your account is inactive for over 6 months, you will be charged $0.50/month. An account is inactive when a purchase has not been made for over 6 months.
WATCH YOUR SHARE PORTFOLIO GROW
You will be rewarded with fractional shares from the eligible brands where you made a purchase. As you accumulate rewards with each purchase you can see these shares in your portfolio on the Upstreet app. (See the “Portfolio” tab in the app.)
Some purchases may be small and a single share can be expensive, so a single purchase won’t earn you a whole share reward. Fortunately, Upstreet makes it possible for you to receive a piece of a share, or a ‘fractional’ share, so that you can be rewarded even when making small purchases.
SECURE BANK AND CARD LINKING
Data security and privacy are our priority. We chose bank and card linking practices/partners used by institutions worldwide, who share our priority. Bank and card details are not stored by Upstreet.
We have partnered with a number of international institutions to bring you a seamless experience. Some of our partners include: Visa, Mastercard, Pokitpal, Basiq, Antler, Black Nova, SpringCapital, Cache, Lavaa.
OUR USERS LOVE US
“I would recommend using Upstreet. I’ve never heard of anyone doing it before. This is a great way to get shares.”
- Hoshang M, User Interview
“I was surprised by how easy it was to use. It's an interesting concept and it's nice to see my shares earned even though I didn't have to spend anything beyond what I would have anyhow.”
- VeronicaT81, Apple App Store
“I didn't know much about the stock market and this app paves the way for me - low risk, low barrier for entry.”
- Trunkal Lidia, Google Play Store
“This app is fantastic! Earning shares while shopping is an awesome idea. I was really excited to see shares showing up in my account. Never thought it could be so easy. Absolutely worth getting.”
- Antellyi, Apple App Store
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