Refer-a-friend program – €10 gift card for every friend you invite

Cooper Pet Care's referral program

Could your friends use a vet? So happy with our vets that you would like to share their advice with a wider circle? Not only can our referral program help you do that, but you get a €10 Pets Place gift card for your efforts!

Yes, that means every friend. The more people you invite, the higher your earnings will be. Great, right? Of course we haven’t forgotten about your friends either! They get to enjoy a 50% discount on their first consultation with one of our amazing vets. 

Once they complete their consultation, you’ll see your earnings in your account

How does it work?

First, you need to have an account with Cooper Pet Care. From then onwards you can follow the steps below!

  1. Go to your account.
  2. Underneath your profile click on ‘Earn gift cards’.
  3. A unique link will pop up! This is your personal referral link. 
  4. Share your unique referral link with your friends and family.
  5. Get a €10 Pets Place gift card when your friend books a first consultation with us.
  6. Enjoy your €10 gift card!

Invite your friends by email

If you know your friends’ email addresses by heart, then this is the way to go! You can share your link directly.

Share through Facebook 

Facebook allows you to put the link directly on your wall so all your family members can click and join, without you having to send them all a message separately.

Share through WhatsApp

Have a good group chat going? Put the link in and reap the rewards!

Share through Twitter

Or if Twitter’s more your thing, we’ve got you covered there too. Copy the link directly and share it with your followers. 

Or just share your personal link!

If all of the options above don’t seem to fit you, there’s always the simple option to just copy the link and share it however you like.

Happy earning! 

Give 50%, get €10!

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