Rewards Wallet Card Builder

Welcome to the Rewards Wallet Card Builder. On this website, you can create a special card for your wallet, with up to 16 rewards barcodes. Instead of carrying multiple reward cards in your wallet, or multiple rewards tags on your keychain, you can fit most or all of your memberships on a single card the size of a standard credit card.

How does it work?

This free service will ask you to input up to 8 reward card numbers, and produce a file for you to print. The resulting file will have the 8 numbers and barcodes arranged on it in the order you provided. We recommend you laminate your card using a hot or cold laminating pouch (see the links at the bottom of the page for more information about this) and you can laminate two collections back-to-back to have up to 16 barcodes on a single card.

How do you know the right barcodes to use?

Companies out there use different ways (also known as "algorithms") to create the barcode that's on your original rewards card. While we know the exact way several high-profile companies do this, we don't know them all. Every card has a number printed under the barcode, and you will need to type in that number. Then, we will show you several barcode options and ask you to see which one looks like the one of the card. Then, we will compose the card with all the barcodes you selected.

I don't want you to know my membership numbers!

We give you our word that our system does not store your number anywhere, so we don't hold your info, or use it for anything (nor will we give it to anyone). Generally speaking, reward cards and their numbers are not the most secure thing in the world, though. Click here to read more about this topic.

Does this card work anywhere?

While we can't give you a guarantee, this has proven to be working with 100% of barcode readers (provided you gave us the correct member number, and selected the right barcode to match the one you see on your original rewards card). In fact, it's more reliable than various apps available for cellphones, as not all barcode scanners can read the phone's screen perfectly. Our system is programmed for the 4 barcode encoding methods that are most common in the USA, but if you run into one that we don't support, let us know, and we'll do our best to add support for it.

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