Giving a reward as a gift

Learn how to use your Bonusly earnings to send a gift card to someone.

Updated over a week ago

If you’ve ever thought, “I wish I could give Bonusly points to people outside my company,” this is the feature for you! While bonuses can only be given to people in your organization, you can send rewards to people outside your organization. When you use your Bonusly points to redeem for gift cards from the Rewards Catalog, you can choose to send that gift card to a friend! 🎁

Here's how it works: 

Visit the Reward Catalog to select a reward.

Once on the catalog page, select a gift card reward, such as Amazon:


IMPORTANT❗️If you are gifting to someone who lives in a different country, be sure to select the catalog that correlates with the country where they reside to avoid redemption issues.


Choose the amount you’d like the gift card to be worth:

Now, before clicking ‘Get Reward’, check the box labeled ‘This is a gift’:

When this box is checked, you’ll see options to enter the email address of the person you’d like to receive the gift card, as well as an optional message to accompany the gift. 👍 

Once you’ve entered the email address and are happy with the message, click ‘Send Gift’ and review the information in the confirmation popup. If it looks good, click 'Yes, I'm sure':

Bonusly fulfills the reward automatically (it usually only takes a few seconds):

Once it’s done, the recipient will receive an email with your message and a link to claim the gift card. You’ll also receive an email receipt so that you know the gift has been delivered! 🎉All that is left to do is sit back and enjoy knowing you’ve brightened someone’s day! ✨

Frequently asked questions:

Can I gift a PayPal cash-out?

Yes! 👍Just make sure that the email you have for the recipient is correct and registered with PayPal. 


Questions? Send us a note to [email protected]; we'd be happy to help!

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