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Enjoy benefits, earn rewards with Gatorade’s new loyalty program

Are you thirsty for rewards for your loyalty, Gatorade fans? You can find Gatorade anywhere people are exercising, playing sports or just going for walks — from amateurs to pros and young athletes to adults. 

And, now, those fans can be rewarded for their loyalty — thanks to Gatorade’s new loyalty program, Gatorade iD.

Photo: PepsiCo / Gatorade

Customers are now able to earn points and unlock benefits for Gatorade purchases made in-store and online.  

The Gatorade iD Loyalty Program allows shoppers to earn 10 points for every $1 spent on qualifying Gatorade Portfolio products — up to $5,000 per month. 

The following Gatorade Portfolio products participate in the loyalty program:

  • Gatorade
  • Propel
  • Fast Twitch
  • Evolve
  • Muscle Milk

How do you earn points? 

Online – Earn points for purchases made at 

In-Store – Get a receipt and upload or scan it for points. 

Shoppers can also earn points for referring friends to Gatorade iD and subscribing to emails.  

First Receipt Bonus: Spend $5 and get points for a $5 coupon. Make purchase of $5 or more of qualifying Gatorade products at an authorized retailer — from April 21 to Aug. 11, 2024. Scan your first receipt by Aug. 18, 2024 to receive 750 points, which is good for a $5 coupon by mail.

What can points be redeemed for?

Get discounts on purchases at

Get a coupon to use in-store.

Redeem for Gatorade merchandise.

Donate to a cause. 

Members also enjoy the following benefits:

FREE shipping

Early access to new products and access to limited-edition drops

Access personalized gear and training programs

Exclusive discounts

Exclusive sweepstakes and offers

Sign up for Gatorade ID here

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