Earn shares as you shop with Upstreet

September 15, 2021

Start shopping through the Upstreet app and automatically earn shares at no extra cost. For example, new Maggie Beer customers receive 10% of their purchase value in MBH shares.

How to get started:

Step 1: Download the Upstreet App

Download our free app (Apple/Android) to gain access to a fast growing list of Upstreet partner companies where you can earn fractional share rewards just by shopping.

Step 2: Shop at an Upstreet partner company and get fractional shares at no extra cost to you!

Shop through the Upstreet app at any of the partner companies. We’ve got Baby Bunting, Mighty Craft, Maggie Beer, Adairs, Lego, Liquorland  and many more!

A selection of logos that you can shop at Upstreet to earn share rewards
  • Baby Bunting - Shop a broad range of Baby products from Prams and Strollers to Manchester and Toys.
  • Mighty Craft - Choose from a variety of unique craft beers at their venues or delivered to your home.
  • Liquorland - Order your favourite beverages online and pick them up at the store.
  • Adairs - Select from quality bedlinen and homewares, delivered right to your door.
  • Lego - Explore the world of Lego online, posted direct to your address. 
  • Maggie Beer- Shop Maggie Beer's Gourmet Christmas Products, Pantry Favourites, Gift Hampers & Books..
Step 3: Watch your share portfolio performance from the palm of your hands, through the Upstreet App. 

We’ll also send you updates on the shares earned every time you make a purchase.

Get Invested!

Team Upstreet

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