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Refer a Friend & Earn Store Credit

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September 14, 2022

Sharing Your Referral Link

Love the meat you eat? Share with a friend! Use your special referral link to save money on you and your friend's next orders. See how in the video below.

How to Share Your Link:

  1. Share your link with a friend via text or email.
  2. When they click on the link, it will take them to our website where they can create their account.
  3. When they place their first order, you will both receive store credit towards your next purchases. :)

Using a Referral Link

You have amazing friends, if they send you referral links! Here's how to "redeem" yours and get some credit, too:

  1. When you receive a referral link, all you have to do is click the link.
  2. From there, create your account on the registration page it takes you to.
  3. Place your first order! Then, you and the person who referred you will both receive in store credit.

Find Your Referral Link Here

Please Note! If the recipient has already created an account, no store credit will be applied. The account MUST be created through that link for any account to receive any store credit.

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