Previously, you could only use Evernote gift cards, Premium coupons, and carrier promotions to immediately extend your Evernote Premium subscription. With Evernote Points, your credits are stored in your Evernote account. You can still apply points towards an Evernote Premium subscription, but you may also choose to use points for other great rewards.
Learn more on the Evernote Points page.
You can earn Evernote Points any time by referring new users to Evernote or by activating any Premium Activation Code or Premium Promotion while you are already an Evernote Premium user.
Your first referral earns you 10 Evernote Points and each additional referral earns you 5 Evernote Points. You can refer as many people as you want, but you only earn points for the first 5 referrals, for a total of 30 points.
You are limited to a maximum of 5 referrals per day from the same IP address. Referrer will not earn Points for any referrals above the first 5 from the same IP address during a single 24-hour-period, nor will the recipient of the referral receive a complimentary month of premium.
To view your Evernote Point balance or use them for a reward:
You can use Evernote Points at any time. Evernote Points may expire after 5 years of no points activity in your Evernote account. Evernote Points cannot be transferred. For full details see the Evernote Commercial Terms.
If you use Evernote Points for Evernote Premium service, your credit will be applied a little differently depending on how you pay for your Evernote Premium subscription:
In-App Purchase subscribers (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon): Your Evernote Premium credited time will be applied after your Evernote Premium subscription through that service completely ends.
Credit Card or PayPal subscribers (through evernote.com): We will apply your Evernote Points to immediately extend your Evernote Premium time. Your auto-renewing payments will resume when your credited Evernote Premium time runs out.