What is hapitas?
Hapitas is a point site where you can accumulate points in various life scenes such as shopping and applying for services, and exchange the accumulated points for cash, gift certificates, and electronic money. It is also a major and excellent point site with over 3.1 million members , so you can use it with confidence. Please refer to this article for the explanation of the point site.
What is a point site?
We have partnerships with the services of major companies and more than 3,000 famous shops, and the famous companies are as follows.
DHC online shop
How to use hapitas?
The registration method is very easy, just enter your email address and enter simple information, and it will be completed in about 1 minute.
After that, points will be accumulated just by doing your usual shopping via Hapitas.
Accumulated points are converted into [1 point = ¥1 yen] and can be exchanged for cash, electronic money, or gift certificates.
can. The minimum exchange point is from 300 yen, so you can easily exchange it.
How do I earn and redeem points?
Regarding how to save points that you care about, there are various ways to save points.
Starting with simple questionnaire answers , points for downloading apps , etc.
There is a way to earn points. Use advertisements and answer questionnaires to collect lottery tickets and exchange them for lottery tickets. It is a service that you can get points if you win the lottery.
A chance to win a total of 30,000 points, including the 1st prize and the before and after prizes every month ! There is a lottery ticket. Also, when shopping online, you can earn points just by purchasing through Hapitas. Additionally, using a credit card
Points via Hapitas
Credit card company points
The point of the net shop itself
There is also a mechanism that allows you to get points with 3 folds.
About advantages and disadvantages
① High return rate
In fact, even if the advertisement is for the same company, there are many differences depending on the point site. It would be nice to get as many points as possible for the service you use. Hapitas is a site that boasts the highest return rate in the industry.
- Hapitas has many partner companies
, and has partnerships with services of major companies and over 3,000 famous shops. service is covered. The fact that there are many partner companies means that there are many opportunities to earn points in everyday life.
③Simple and easy to understand
Hapitas point standard is [1 point = ¥ 1 yen], and depending on the point site, the standard may differ when exchanging money. Among them, [1 point = ¥ 1 yen] is clear and easy to understand.
In addition, the display itself in the point site is simple and can be easily operated by anyone.
① There is an exchange limit
Hapitas has a point exchange limit, up to 30,000 points per month. In other words, even if you earn a lot of points, basically you can only exchange 30,000 yen per month. On other point sites, there are sites that do not set the upper limit of exchange, so in this regard, it may be an indication that the limit is set as much as it is easy to accumulate points.
(2) There are projects that take time to reflect the points If you check the projects of Hapitas, there are projects that take about 2 weeks to 1 month
before the points are reflectedThis is not limited to Hapitas, but also exists on other point sites, so it is necessary to check when working on it.
Among the many point sites, the highly popular Hapitas, which boasts many partner companies and a high return rate , is a recommended point site.
It is an excellent point site that is safe and highly reliable, so even beginners can easily start poi activities. In everyday life, there are many points that can be accumulated just by going through Hapitas, so if you actively use it, you should be able to realize that the points will accumulate more and more.
The minimum exchange amount is from 300 yen, so why not try it for the first time to experience that you can really exchange it?
By all means, please try to be conscious of “adding happiness” to your daily life.