RIGHT TO CANCEL EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM AND CHANGE AGREEMENT Sample Clauses

RIGHT TO CANCEL EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM AND CHANGE AGREEMENT. EXTRA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY AND/OR TERMINATE THE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM AND/OR MODIFY ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE AGREEMENT OR ANY POLICY PERTAINING TO THE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM AT ANY TIME AND IN OUR SOLE DISCRETION, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE RIGHT TO DISCONTINUE OR CHANGE ANY EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM BENEFITS OR EXPIRATION DATES FOR EXTRA POINTS RECEIVED THROUGH THE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM, MERGE THE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM WITH ANOTHER REWARDS PROGRAM, OR TO ADJUST HOW EXTRA POINTS ARE EARNED, CALCULATED OR REDEEMED. IT IS POSSIBLE THAT YOU MAY BE UNABLE TO REDEEM ACCUMULATED EXTRA POINTS AS A RESULT OF FUTURE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM CHANGES OR IF WE DISCONTINUE THE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM OR MERGE THE EXTRA REWARDS PROGRAM INTO ANOTHER REWARDS PROGRAM.
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