A unique offer to earn fractional shares for every shop with us

We have partnered with Australia’s first share reward program Upstreet, so you are rewarded with fractional shares every time you shop. Turning shoppers into shareholders. 

Many Australians have an increased interest in owning stock from their favourite companies but are uncertain of how to enter the stock market. This new reward program provides you with the opportunity to earn fractional shares directly without any fees, at no extra cost.

Since Warndu isn’t an ASX-listed company, we’ve chosen to reward you with fractional shares in BetaShares Australian Sustainability Leaders ETF (ASX:FAIR), which is an exchange traded fund that invests in a collection of sustainable Australian companies.

It is quite simple – for every dollar spent, you receive 2% back in fractional shares of FAIR a sustainable ETF. Turning today’s spending into future investments.


How it works

  1. Download the Upstreet App for iOS or Android [link to iOS and Android Playstore]
  2. Link your bank account you usually use to make your payments for Warndu
  3. Earn 2% of your purchase value in share just by using your linked account
  4. Watch your assets grow with every purchase for no extra cost!

Download the app here, iSO + Android


This arrangement is limited only to payment via CreditCard (VISA, MasterCard and AMEX), PayPal Google Pay and shopPay.


Loyalty card – Double earning on every 5th purchases


We believe in rewarding our loyal customers. After you make 5 purchases with Warndu, you will get an additional reward of 2% of the combined purchase value of your 5 purchases!


For example, if you spend $500 over 5 transactions you will receive an additional $10 in fractional shares.


Find out more here

For more information, or to see the Product Disclosure Statement, please visit the Upstreet webpage.



Small Print: 
This website contains factual information about the Upstreet Fund ARSN 643 467 798 and is not a recommendation to participate. All information is general information only and does not take into account your personal circumstances, financial situation or needs. Warndu is not authorised to provide financial product advice. You should read the product disclosure statement and consider obtaining independent advice before making any financial decisions.