How Do You Redeem Speedway Points? [Answered!]

If you’ve ever been on social media in the last few years, you may have come across a hashtag or name that you’ve recognized as “sponsored” or “promoted” on Twitter. Those tweets usually feature some sort of discount or offer, and you may wonder how you can get your hands on that fresh meat.

Well, you can’t. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try. Because while some deals on social media are one-time-only offers, others are much more promising. And it all depends on how you want to use your Twitter account.

One-Time-Only Offers

If you’ve ever shopped at Walmart, you may have noticed that the megastore has started featuring a bunch of restaurants and shops that it owns inside its buildings. And you may wonder, as I did when I first encountered them, how those places stay open when Walmart doesn’t provide any employees. But you’ll never know, will you? Because when you click on one of those restaurants’ or shops’ links, you’ll be taken to a page that’ll ask you to log in or create an account. If you do, you’ll see a menu of all the restaurants and shops that Walmart owns, along with some basic information about each establishment. Then, you’ll be presented with a one-time-only offer to buy something from that menu, or to sign up for their mailing list.

Annual Subscription

If you’ve ever shopped at Best Buy, you know that they’re always running some sort of special deal or offer. Whether it’s an extra 4% off your next order of groceries or a $10/mo discount on their internet service, you’re bound to see something that catches your attention. And while those one-time-only offers are pretty great, it’s the subscription deals that Best Buy is known for that you should keep an eye out for.

In September of last year, Best Buy started featuring restaurants and cafes inside its stores. And just this past January, they introduced a monthly subscription service that gives you access to a curated menu of restaurants and cafes within a 10-mile radius of your location. So while you may not be able to get the discount that specific restaurant/cafe offers, at least you know that next month, you can try out a different one.

Queso Party

Here’s another one that you may have seen if you frequent TikTok, or any social media app that follows the same formula: a steady stream of short-form content, often featuring a mix of jokes, memes, and music. Queso, for those unfamiliar, is an internet-famous brand of taco kits that capitalize on that formula, creating short-form content around popular memes and giving you the option of adding your own pictures and writing your own captions (hence the hashtag #memeopoly).

Well, the company behind the meme brand, Queso Party, has created a similar service, Memeo, that gives users the option of creating their own memes and adding them to a ‘featured’ section in the style of a traditional meme-sharing app. So you may see short-form videos like “Yo, @[account name], Wanna see what’s new with @[brand name]? Here you go.” These videos usually feature a mix of funny memes, gifs, and often times, brands will give you the option to ‘battle’ other users who’ve shared the same content as you. (Think TikTok’s “Bike Wars” but with memes instead of bikes.)

Battle Royale

Last but not least, let’s not forget about TikTok’s battle royale mode. While the concept behind the mode isn’t new – the first iteration of the game, “Shoot the Piano”, has been around for a while – it was never really a part of the app itself until very recently. The mode, which allows you to take on another player in a fight to the death, was first added to TikTok last July. Since then, it’s taken the platform by storm, with more than a hundred million people having played the game as of last month.

And much like in a traditional battle royal, you’ll often see players using a combination of strategy and luck to succeed. What’s important is that you can’t lose, you can only battle to the death. So while it may not always be easy, you’re never truly overwhelmed by the number of opponents you’re facing.

Now, if any of these examples seem interesting, you don’t necessarily have to rush to redeem your social media points. You can explore the options further on each individual account or service. But if you’re looking for an easy way to make the most of your social media points, consider one of these platforms or services.

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