Canadian Freebies: Get a $20 Ultimate Dining Card When You Download UGO Wallet


Do you hate carrying a load of loyalty cards in your wallet?  Now through July 31st, download the UGO Wallet app to a participating Android or iOS device and get a $20 Ultimate Dining gift card.

To get your free gift card (which will be delivered in mid-August), you need to sign up on their promotion page using the email address that you will use on the app and verify that email address.  Then download the app and add at least two loyalty cards (if your Android device is enabled for quick payment, you can add two credit cards if you prefer).  Then when their update is available in a few weeks, download it and they will send you your $20 gift card.

Ultimate Dining Cards can be used at Swiss Chalet, Milestones, Montana’s, Kelsey’s, Casey’s, East Side Marios and more.

Click here to sign up.  Check the permissions and make sure that you are comfortable with them having that much access as it requires access to add or remove accounts on your phone, read your contacts, location, read your texts, and more.  You cannot have previously had the UGO Wallet installed to qualify for this offer.

8 responses to “Canadian Freebies: Get a $20 Ultimate Dining Card When You Download UGO Wallet”

  1. Cydia says:

    If you have a jailbroken device, it won’t work BUT I just made a FLEX tweak to make it work and it should be up within the next day or so. If you have no idea what FLEX is check it out on Cydia 🙂

  2. Charles S. says:

    I can accept giving them access to some information, but you say they want access to “read your contacts, location, read your texts, and more”. I’m not sure anyone wants their texts read. Is that really what they do or is it more of an automated scan of your text for keywords so certain things can be targeted more accurate to you?

    • FallenPixels says:

      I doubt they are going through reading your texts, likely target words (or using them to get your contacts if you invite other users etc)
      But it does give them the permission to do so, so worth noting

  3. Shelly says:

    Is the $20 gift card only available if you put your credit cards on. I didn’t see any permissions pages. I use my Iphone 5 with wind.

    • FallenPixels says:

      No, it says two loyalty cards OR credit cards, you can get it on iOS and it does not even accept credit cards
      I have an Android, and it brings up the permissions before you install the app. The iOS permissions may differ, but the droid version requires:

      Device & app history

      read your Web bookmarks and history


      find accounts on the device
      add or remove accounts


      read your contacts


      approximate location (network-based)
      precise location (GPS and network-based)


      read your text messages (SMS or MMS)
      receive text messages (SMS)
      send SMS messages


      modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
      read the contents of your USB storage


      take pictures and videos

      Wi-Fi connection information

      view Wi-Fi connections

      Device ID & call information

      read phone status and identity


      SmartcardServicePermission label
      receive data from Internet
      full network access
      view network connections
      read Google service configuration
      control Near Field Communication
      create accounts and set passwords
      toggle sync on and off
      read sync settings
      control vibration
      prevent device from sleeping
      control flashlight
      connect and disconnect from Wi-Fi

      • jay says:

        So you’re basically giving them full access to everything on your phone. Which means if even they don’t misuse all that access it also means that if there’s a bug in their app – and crooks find it (which they actively scan apps for) they’ll have access to everything on your phone. Not like this app is different from 75% of apps – they all want more access than they should reasonably have – but folks should know how exposed they actually are.

        • FallenPixels says:

          Exactly why I mentioned the app permissions, they seem like a bit too much (although in fairness, I too, have seen apps that should need less access ask for more)

  4. Eric says:

    I revoked all the SMS and contact permissions on my android device but not before it sent a text by itself.


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