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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Recyclebank: 25 points

Quick: What was higher, 2013 confectionary sales during Halloween or the GDP of Belize?  Hmm...

Go here, click through the slides and find out.  Oh, and get 25 points.

Kellogg's Family Rewards: 125 points

Cool, three codes today!  Worth 50, 50 and 25, respectively at KFR.


Anyone think they're just calling 'em in now when it comes to getting new codes?  And what's with that chocolate business?  Their chocolate cereal is simply awful.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Pampers Gifts to Grow: 10 points

I have to say, I'm disappointed.  I'm gone for four days and the only thing I come back to is a lousy 10 points from Pampers.  Tant pis.

But you can feel free to go here, scroll down and click "I read it," and you're good to go with your free points.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

My Coke Rewards: Double points on certain products

Use Coke's Beta product through the link on the home page and get double points on Coke, Diet Coke and Coke Zero through 10/17.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Kellogg's Family Rewards: Possible free points in email

Today, I got a 200 point code in my email, for no apparent reason.  My wife got a birthday email today with 100 points.

Which makes me wonder, what would happen if I went into my KFR account every day and changed me birthday?

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

New site like Ibotta or Checkout 51; cash for purchasing groceries

I have no idea how to describe these sites, so let's just say they give you a shopping list and you get cash back if you buy any of the items and take a picture of the receipt.  Really, it's easier than it sounds.

Note: The sign-up link below earns me $1.  Yes, a whole dollar!  If you use it, it would make me happy.

Snap by Groupon is better than Ibotta and as good as Checkout 51.  There are 42 items on the list this year, including a lot of unbranded options (e.g., You get $1 cash back for buying any gallon of milk, $1 for any bag of candy, $.25 for kale, $.50 for toothpaste and $.50 for apples.).  There's also cash back for certain branded products, such as $2.00 back for Huggies wipes or $1.00 for Barilla pasta.  Added bonus:You can do some offers more than once.

Since many of these products advertise on different sites, there is a good chance that they will be on more than one site and you can double or even triple your rebate on the same product.

Monday, October 13, 2014

Pampers Points: 40 points

Another good one from Pampers GTG, with 15 points up for grabs.  And I just cashed out 1,800 points for a $10 Barnes and Noble gift card.  Hey, this stuff does work!

25 points: HSPKR4NEW7JFM14
10 points: FBTHANC3DKNG014
5 points: TW8D783R9RCDC14

Kellogg's Family Rewards: 500 points

It's Gnomeaggedon!  Five codes, 100 points each at KFR.


Friday, October 10, 2014

Kellogg's Family Rewards: 120 points

I spent a lot of time on that first code trying to figure out why Elvis loves bonuses and why KFR didn't know how to spell Elvis.  Then I realized...




Pampers Gifts to Grow: 10 points

They've definitely picked up the pace here, leading me to wonder whatever happened to Huggies.  Meh, I'm now over 2,000 PPs.