KVR is delighted to announce KVR Points, our new rewards program. We really appreciate your enthusiasm and can think of no better way to reward your loyalty than by giving away... free points.
The way KVR Points works is simple:
- When you make purchases within the KVR Marketplace, you earn KVR Points.
- Your KVR Points can then be redeemed when you make your next purchase from the KVR Marketplace.
In awarding free points we want to express our gratitude to all KVR members, and give you a great excuse to check out the KVR Marketplace. In particular we want to thank those of you who have already purchased from the KVR Marketplace. Thank you for your patronage.
Next we want to thank those of you who have subscribed to the KVRDeals Newsletter. Thank you for letting us keep you informed.
Last but not least, we want to thank ALL KVR members and new members. Free points for everyone.
KVR Marketplace Customers:
- KVR Points will be retroactive to all your previous purchases.
- If you've purchased from the KVR Marketplace, ever, we have totaled your purchases and awarded KVR Points to your KVR member account.
- The more you've spent with the KVR Marketplace, the more KVR Points are waiting for you.
KVR Deals Newsletter Subscribers:
- If you've never purchased from the KVR Marketplace, but you have opted into the KVR Deals & Giveaways Newsletter, 10 KVR Points are waiting for you.
- Thanks for letting us keep you informed.
- If you're one of almost 400,000 KVR members, 5 KVR points are waiting for you.
- Thanks for being one of us.
New KVR Members:
- Even if you've just signed up, 5 KVR Points will be awarded to you too, as our thanks for joining the party.
The only thing we ask is that you opt in to our KVR Marketplace News email, which includes many offers from the worldwide community of audio software developers whose product are available within the KVR Marketplace. You can opt in to KVR Points and the KVR Marketplace News email group here.
Thank you for your ongoing support for the growing universe of audio technologies and, more specifically, for KVR itself.