For 25-50% off Dining and Hotels.
Over 200 restaurants to choose from.
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Thanks for your interest in the Miami Herald Rewards program! The Miami Herald Rewards Card powered by Primecard® is available to Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald subscribers who have had an active home delivery account for the past 90 days. It’s a FREE program, with no sign-up or annual membership fees.
The Miami Herald Rewards Card provides members with exclusive savings opportunities of 25 – 50% at more than 1,000 restaurants, spas and sold-out events throughout South Florida and the New York metro area, as well as an array of travel destinations.
Rewards Card discounts include:
Dining: Over 200 South Florida restaurants to choose from
Travel: Great hotels and resorts in the U.S., Mexico and the Caribbean
Retail: Florists, jewelers and more
Services: Dry cleaners, day spas and entertainment
Best of all, there are no coupons. No expiration dates. And no membership fees. Just savings up to 50% when using your card – guaranteed.
How It Works
1. When you sign up, you’ll register a credit card that will be linked to your Rewards Card for purchases.
2. When it’s time to make a purchase, simply present your Rewards Card to the waiter or cashier, then sign the charge slip. This slip will reflect the full purchase price.
3. You will receive a monthly Rewards Card statement, which will note exactly what your purchase price was, and what you were actually billed. The difference reflects the percentage of your discount. You credit card statement will charge you for the discounted amount.
4. The savings does not apply to the tax and gratuity, which will be billed in full. Questions? Contact us at 1-800-666-1001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up now at miamiherald.com/rewardscard
Please allow 3 - 4 weeks for your Miami Herald Rewards Card to be processed.
There is no cost to become a Miami Herald Rewards Card member. There will be a credit card authorization of $25.00 to verify that you have linked to a valid credit card. This authorization is not a charge.