What stocks will I earn with Stock-Back?
When you spend at companies that have stocks listed on our platform, like Walmart, Amazon, and Starbucks, we’ll reward you with Stock-Back in those companies. When you spend anywhere else, like your local car wash, we’ll reward you with a diversified fund instead.
Stash Stock-Back™ is currently only available in the mobile app. Please ensure the latest version of the Stash app is installed.
*Important Disclosures: Opt-in is required. In order to earn stock, the Stash debit card must be used to make a qualifying purchase. If publicly-traded stock of the merchant (or a subsidiary thereof, if applicable) is not available or otherwise capable of being fulfilled for any reason, the stock reward arising from a qualifying transaction will be in shares of Vanguard Total World Stock ETF (VT), an ETF available on the Stash Platform. Stash reserves the right to amend this promotion and the terms and conditions thereof and/or cancel this promotion at any time, for any reason, upon notice to you. See Terms and Conditions for more details.
Investing Involves Risk. Listed investments currently available on Stash but not necessarily representative of all investments. A full list of available investments on Stash can be found here: https://learn.stashinvest.com/stash-investments-stocks. Information shown is strictly for illustrative and educational purposes only and should not be considered a solicitation to buy, an offer to sell, or a recommendation for any security in any jurisdiction where such an offer, solicitation or recommendation would be unlawful or unauthorized.
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