Fill in the email address associated with your pet insurance policy and your state of residence
A custom URL that links to the e-card will be generated for you. You can use this URL however you like, by sending e-cards via text messages, social media posts, group chats—anywhere you can copy and paste. Just click the blue button to copy your URL and you’re on the way.
Of course, you can always send your e-card the old-fashioned way: Directly via email. But how do the two approaches stack up?
Both email and a shared link will deliver essential pet health and safety tips to your loved one. The email will contain an image with all the information, whereas the link will direct the recipient to a webpage.
Creating a link makes sharing faster and easier by allowing you to send the same helpful information to a number of individuals at once. You can even post the link into a personal email if you’d like.
Sharing is caring—but it can also come with a nice little bonus for you, too!
Your friend or family member will have an option to learn more about pet insurance as part of their e-card experience. If they decide to complete a pet insurance application with Nationwide, we’ll send you a $20 Tango reward* that’s redeemable for gift cards from hundreds of popular retailers and merchants.
Nationwide pet insurance members can earn up to $100 in Tango rewards each year* by referring new members with the e-card program.
Something for everyone
You can use our new “Share Link” feature with many of our e-cards, including some of our most popular topics:
Special holiday greeting cards
Seasonal tips to prepare for weather-related hazards
Pet health and wellness insights
Valuable information on pet insurance
There’s something for everyone, no matter the season.
*No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Promotion not available in New York, Washington, Texas and West Virginia. Must have a current Nationwide pet insurance plan to qualify for referral reward. By sending an e-card, you are agreeing to the rules.
Paw-liday pet tips
As you get ready to celebrate this year's festivities, avoid a not-so-joyous trip to the vet's office by watching for holiday pet hazards.