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Poliigon Affiliate Program
Poliigon Affiliate Program
Make money with Poliigon. Become a Poliigon affiliate and earn 20% commission on sales you send using your unique affiliate link.
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Written by Alex Mearns
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What is the Poliigon Affiliate Program?

The Poliigon Affiliate Program allows you to earn commissions on subscriptions and on demand credit pack purchases from customers you refer to Poliigon.

How do I refer customers?

When you sign up and are approved you will get a unique referral code which you can add to any URL. For example: ?ref=your_name

Example URLs:

Share this on your website and/or social media channels to start earning commissions.

How much commission will I earn?

You'll earn a 20% commission for any new subscriptions or on demand credit pack purchases that occur within 14 days of a user clicking on your referral link.

What purchases are eligible for commission?

Any purchase of a new subscription or on demand credit pack by new or existing Poliigon users are eligible.

We don't pay commissions on subscription upgrades or downgrades, sales that are refunded, fraudulent, self-referred, and/or in breach of the Poliigon Affiliate Program terms of service.

Who can join?

The Poliigon Affiliate Program is open to website owners and content creators with a focus on 3D art, architectural visualization, game development, and related industries.

If you're unsure whether or not you're eligible you can contact us at

How do I sign up?

You can sign up by registering at

After you register we'll review your application and let you know if you've been accepted within 5 business days.

Is there a cost to become an affiliate?

No, it's free to become an affiliate.

How do I track my earnings?

All affiliates get access to a real-time dashboard that tracks referral statistics, earnings, and payments.

How will I get paid?

All approved affiliate commissions are paid monthly via PayPal once you reach a balance of at least $100.

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