Posted by William Charles on September 16, 2018
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Published on September 16th, 2018 | by William Charles

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UPS MyChoice Premium – 3 Months Free

The Offer

Direct link to offer

  • You can currently get 3 months of UPS MyChoice Premium for free by registering for a new account or upgrading your membership (manage my memberships, upgrade to premium membership) and enter promo code CD37L4SW8

Our Verdict

MyChoice Premium typically comes with a $40 cost per year.

Earlier in the year they were offering a free years membership, those people will still have a current membership and won’t be eligible.

Hat tip to Dans Deals



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alex
alex

worked! thank you

Billy Bob
Billy Bob

Based on the information provided, UPS cannot process your request. If you feel this message was provided in error, please contact UPS

That’s the best I can do.

Dan - Legal Bank Robber
Dan - Legal Bank Robber

Worked awesome thanks

Justin
Justin

Does not work for me. When clicking on the upgrade option it keeps redirecting me to login when I am already logged in.

Justin
Justin

It worked on mobile finally. Thanks!

Alex
Alex

Thanks – had the same issue and doing it on mobile worked. Wonder if they are doing a better job of weeding out non-targetted accounts.

MoreSun
MoreSun

Sweet!! Still working, free UPS package management through the holidays!

tinytavosa
tinytavosa

This is still working as of a few days ago.

I also noticed UPS is giving out $10 target gift card and 3 months additional premium membership… If you set a place for them to leave your packages called “UPS Access Point” and let them do that three times by Jan 11th 2018

Link:

https://www.ups.com/us/en/services/individual-shipper/holiday-rewards.page?WT.mc_id=EMLMCN900581?WT.z_eCTAid=ct1_eml_UPSPromo__ct1_eml_tra_eml_1day&WT.z_edatesent=12032018&WT.svl=eBrndMk

fr33b13
fr33b13

Does it cost anything to change to ship to access point? Is there distance limit to which Access Point I can pick?

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