7 Features That Will Help You Get The Most Out Of Your Meta Quest 3 VR Headset
Thanks to the ever-increasing prices of game consoles and services, and of games themselves, gaming is an expensive hobby. Any way you can save money while purchasing new games is welcome, especially when it’s built into the gaming system.
Unlike other gaming consoles, the Meta Quest line of headsets includes a referral program that anyone can set up. Just send a referral link to a friend, and once they purchase and activate a Quest product, you receive $30 in store credit. This system isn’t just limited to physical peripherals but also applies to games and other apps, so long as they cost at least $10. While you receive less money from these referrals (around $5 of store credit), the frugality goes both ways. Anyone who buys a Meta Quest game via a referral receives a 25% discount on their purchase.
Like other good digital game storefronts, Meta lets customers refund purchases if they don’t like a game, app, or peripheral. If you think an item wasn’t worth the money, you can return it within 30 days and receive a full refund (minus shipping fees). Of course, as with most refund policies, Meta Quest items and program returns are subject to certain caveats. For instance, if you bought a Meta Quest 3 from a store, you have to go through its refund policy/program, not Meta’s. Furthermore, if you purchased a peripheral or program through the referral system, should you request a refund, the referral link’s creator won’t receive any store credit. Otherwise, what’s to stop customers from abusing the two systems to receive free money?