Evernote Points can be redeemed for monthly or annual subscriptions to Evernote Personal, even if you already subscribe to a paid service plan.

How to redeem your points

For most customers set to our new billing system, you may visit your Billing Profile to redeem your points. On this page, click Redeem and choose either Personal 1 year or Personal 1 month.

If the Billing Page link above doesn't work for your account, you can view and redeem your Evernote Points in your account settings. On this page, choose either Personal 1 year or Personal 1 month.

You can redeem Evernote Points at any time. Evernote Points may expire after 5 years of no points activity in your Evernote account. Evernote Points and rewards are non-transferable. For full details, see the Evernote Commercial Terms.

What if I already subscribe to a paid service?

Depending on how you pay for your existing subscription, redeeming points to obtain Evernote Personal will work a little differently, as explained in more detail below. In some cases, to maximize the value of your existing subscription, you may wish to wait until the end of your existing subscription before redeeming your points to obtain a new subscription.

Redeeming Evernote Points when you already have a Plus or Premium subscription:

  • Your new points-redeemed Evernote Personal subscription will be saved to the billing page of your account settings. You may activate this service once your current Plus or Premium plan has ended and your account has been downgraded to Free service.
  • If you pay for your existing auto-renewing subscription through the iTunes or Google Play App Stores, you will need to request cancellation of this paid subscription in order to activate any points-redeemed service. For technical reasons, it will unfortunately be necessary to wait until the end of your current service plan before you can activate a new points-redeemed Personal subscription.

Redeeming Evernote Points when you already have a Personal subscription:

  • If you pay for your existing Evernote Personal subscription with a credit card or PayPal, the auto-renewal date on your Evernote Personal subscription will be extended until your points-redeemed Personal service has concluded.
  • If you pay for your Evernote Personal subscription through the iTunes or Google Play App Stores, you will need to request cancellation of your existing paid subscription in order to activate any points-redeemed service. For technical reasons, it will unfortunately be necessary to wait until the end of your current service period before you can activate a new points-redeemed Personal subscription.

Note: Activating a points-redeemed subscription will not cancel an open renewal balance, but rather extend service to include the renewed service term and value of points redeemed.

Redeeming Evernote Points when you already have a Professional subscription:

  • Your new points-redeemed Evernote Personal subscription will be saved to the billing page of your account settings. You may activate this service once your current Professional plan has ended and your account has been downgraded to Free service.
  • If you pay for your Evernote Professional subscription through the iTunes or Google Play App Stores, you will need to request cancellation of your existing paid subscription in order to activate any points-redeemed service. For technical reasons, it will unfortunately be necessary to wait until the end of your current service period before you can activate a new points-redeemed Personal subscription.

Note: After a thorough review, we made the decision to end our friend referral program in May 2021. You may still redeem any unexpired points that have been earned through this program.

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