NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) is currently the largest sanctioning body of motor sports in the United States. With famous racing series such as the Nextel Cup and the Busch series, it draws fans from all over the world to watch while racecar drivers compete for various awards.
NASCAR has become one of the largest associations in the US, and at races, the stands are always packed with adoring fans. The collection of photos, coins and other memorabilia is standard practice among people who enjoy the races.
This is the reason for NASCAR RacePoints, which is a program that was implemented in the interest of the fans. Members of RacePoints can complete offers from various sponsors and earn points toward NASCAR collectibles, experiences and apparel.
Owned and operated by Stoneacre partners, NASCAR RacePoints is the only official reward program for NASCAR.
How does it work?
Interest parties can sign up for free membership to NASCAR RacePoints at racepoints.nascar.com. From there, members can begin to earn points from NASCAR’s automotive, entertainment, financial and grocery partners.
Who can sign up?
Anyone who is at least eighteen years of age and who is a legal citizen of the United States or Puerto Rico can sign up for NASCAR RacePoints.
How do I redeem my rewards?
NASCAR RacePoints can be redeemed online at racepoints.nascar.com. Members simply select the rewards they would like, and the cost of points is deducted from their total.
Who are some of NASCAR’s partners?
NASCAR partners are generally household name companies who allow members to earn points when using their products and/or services. Here are the partners in each of NASCAR’s categories:
Automotive – Enterprise Rent-A-Car; Ford; Good Year; Exide; Gemini
Entertainment – Domino’s; Nextel; AOL; XM Satellite Radio; NASCAR Members Club; NASCAR.com Superstore
Financial – Centrix; Home 123; Jackson Hewitt; Bank of America
Grocery & Drug – Goody’s
NASCAR RacePoints is on the lookout for new partners, and are continuing to add options for RacePoint members.
What can I get with my RacePoints?
Racepoints.nascar.com has an entire catalog of merchandise, experiences and apparel from which members can choose when they are ready to redeem their points. Many of the rewards are driver-specific so that members can choose from lists of their favorite NASCAR celebrities such as Ryan Newman (recent winner of the Daytona 500). Others are simply NASCAR-themed, and there is such a wide selection that almost anyone can find something.
Here are a few of NASCAR’s most coveted rewards:
NASCAR Speed Park Driver Challenge (150,000 points)
This is the most sought-after reward, and involves racing against NASCAR drivers at selected speed parks. There is a limited availability for this reward, and it is not available online at this time.
Green Flag Starter (250,000 points)
With this reward, you get to be the one who waves the green flag to start the race.
NASCAR Couch (55,300 points)
Trade in your RacePoints for a full-size NASCAR soft in black and red with the NASCAR logo on the pillows.
NASCAR Wool & Leather Reversible Jacket (10,800 points)
Use your RacePoints to order a beautifully crafted jacket with the NASCAR logo and your favorite driver on the back.
Driver Scanner & Headset Combo (14,100 points)
Get a two-piece scanner and headset combo with your favorite driver featured on the sides.
How can I check how many points I have?
Just sign into your account on the NASCAR website and you can find out how many points you’ve accumulated as well as the status of any reward you’ve redeemed.
How long will I have to wait for my reward?
Rewards are shipped within 4-6 weeks and shipping charges do apply.
If you haven’t yet, sign up for NASCAR RacePoints, and use the purchases you make to count toward free merchandise.
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