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Friday, December 30, 2011

20 Pampers points (expires 12/31) +245 bonus points for newbies!

Get 10 Pampers points with this code: FAC1211PPXHKHND.  Then, get 10 more with this one: FB2012NYAFJRYCN.
Thanks to our friends (Well, we've never actually met, but we like them, anyway.) at, those who have just joined have a whole lotta codes and points to enter:

  • HOLIDAYGIFT2011 = 5 points
  • WELCOMEGTGPTS10 = 10 points
  • GTGREWARDS4MOMS = 10 points
  • JOINNOW4REWARDS = 50 points
  • 2BEGINEARNING50 = 50 points
  • GIFTSTOGROW4MOM = 50 points
  • CONGRATS2NEWMOM = 10 points
  • GTGWELCOME10PTS = 10 points
  • PAMPERSGTG10PTS = 10 points
  • 10PTSFREECODE4U = 10 points
  • CAREFORNEWBORNS = 10 points
  • GTGCOUPONPOINTS = 10 points
  • WELCOME2VILLAGE = 10 points

Thursday, December 29, 2011

10 Free Huggies points

It's not quite as versatile as Pampers Points, but Huggies Enjoy the Ride Rewards do offer some non-wipe products.  Start yourself off with 10 points by entering the following codes:



55 Recyclebank points

This site ranks in the "just too easy" category.  Soon, I'm going to have enough coupons for a lifetime supply of oatmeal.

Get five points when you log in here and look to the right side of the screen.  Click on the polar bears, choose an option and get five points.

Next, take the Ziploc quiz here and earn another 20 points.  You don't need to get the right answers.  Please leave a comment if this one doesn't work for you.

Finally, on the same page as Ziploc, click on "Paper Pilot" to the right for five points and watch the video for another 25.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Worst My Coke Rewards Wednesday special ever: Personalized Snowflake Ornament

I'm almost embarrassed to post this, but it might be useful to somebody who is preparing for Christmas next year. 

Why you really should have some sort of Facebook account, no matter how evil you think it is

Note: I have a Facebook account (two, actually) and use it to keep in touch with people I never liked in high school.  Having said that, I realize that there is a large percentage of the world that has sworn it off.  I hope to convince you to set up a Facebook account, even if you never use it.

Here's the deal: like it or not, there are a ton of Facebook freebies out there just by "liking" a company.  They're put out there by companies who need some sort of social network strategy but don't know how to do it, so they throw everything against the wall to see what sticks.  For that reason, at a minimum, you should also have a Facebook account, even if you never use it for anything except freebies.

There have been any number of concerns about Facebook privacy and they are generally valid.  No one says, however, that you have to use your real information.  I have a second Facebook account and second email address that are used exclusively for freebies.  I get no spam, since I don't really check that email address. 

Important: Almost all Facebook freebies are of the "print this coupon for a free thingie" genre.

Bottom line: Facebook is making the internet look like the good ol' days, when everything was free because companies thought that any address was the way to riches.  Take advantage of it while you can.

My Coke Rewards: Free Coke Zero product (up to $.99)

From Use this link to like Coke on Facebook and you'll get a coupon for $.99 off a Coke Zero product.  Coke is trying to push their smaller bottles, which are priced at about a dollar, so you should get a freebie.

Please see the next note for my Facebook diatribe.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Up to 180 Disney Movie Rewards points

Let me know if this has expired, but try the following code for five points.  In theory, it should still be good at Disney Movie Rewards:  In addition, at the Survey section of the site, you could have surveys worth up to 175 points.



10 more Pampers points-that much closer to movie tickets

I swear, I do intend to cover programs other than Pampers points, but they are coming in fast and furious.  Today's code is: FAC1211PPXHKHND.  Bonus cool points if you can tell me how they came up with that code. 

Remember to sign up here and get your free 100 points.  Lots of good prizes other than diapers (although those can be fun, too).

Codes for up to 220 Pampers Points...

With thanks to, earn up to 220 Pampers Points.  Note that some of these codes may have expired.  Enter the codes here.

10 Points
50 Points

Friday, December 23, 2011

Five more Pampers points (More than just diapers!) and 100 point sign-up bonus

Today's Pampers points code is: TWIT23YBYAD2011.  That's five easy points.

If you haven't signed up for Pampers points yet, remember, you can get more than just diapers as rewards.  Lots of gift cards, magazines and other good stuff.

Sign up here for a bonus 100 points to start you off. 

15 Disney Movie Rewards points

Another 15 Disney Movie Rewards points with code 25DOCFJKARJF.  That makes 45 points in the past three days.  It won't get you that Perry the Platypus wall clock you've always wanted, but it's a good start.  See how easy this is?

With thanks to our friends at, one of my favorite freebie sites, for the code. 

Stouffer's Dinner Club (Yup, seriously, it's worth it.)

This is the type of post that gets me laughed at, but the Stouffer's Dinner Club is absolutely worth it, particularly if you have kids who shovel down mac and cheese like they haven't eaten in months.  You get 100 points to sign up here and 20 points per product that you buy.  You can also earn points for the monthly polls.  Prizes range from a free meal (500 points) to kitchen items to two movie tickets (2,000 points).  The downside is that they don't give away too many free points, but I'll list them when they do.

Tropicana Juicy Rewards program to end

It's never a good thing when a program ends, but in this case, it's not a particularly bad thing, either.  The Tropicana Juicy Rewards program, which ends in February, was confusing and not particularly generous.  More time to concentrate on the others.

Another 165 Recyclebank points

See how easy this is?  Click on a bunch of links, get a bunch of points.  All kinds of fun.

Try it out here.  Note that there are a bunch of opportunities all over this site if you are new to it.  You should easily be able to rack up several hundred points.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

25 Recyclebank points to learn about polar bears

Watch a short video at Recyclebank and earn 25 points.  This site, which claims to be dedicated to recycling but is really dedicated to advertising for its corporate partners, is a bit of a double-edged sword.  The only real downside is that some of the prizes are pretty crappy.  The upsides, however, are nice.  There are always a ton of free points available, often more than I can keep up with.  They are easy to earn, usually involving clicking on a link or watching a short video.  And there are some good prizes: Restaurant gift cards, restaurant free items, magazines and discounts at supermarkets are a few that come to mind.  Click early and often and you'll accumulate points quickly.

Another five Disney Rewards points

See how easy this is?  Here's another five points from Disney Movie Rewards.  They're giving these out every day, so you should be able to check back tomorrow for more.


Five Pampers Points, today only

You may not need diapers, but Pampers Points can be exchanged for goodies such as movie tickets, magazines or Shutterfly albums.  Gift cards have also been known to show up.  Sign up here and start off with five points.  While it looks like it can take a while to accumulate the "good" prizes, Pampers gives out free points frequently.  The five point code is: TWIT22DECBR2011

Disney Movie Reward Points

Code CHEER11 will get you 25 Disney Movie Reward points.  This code is good through the morning of 12/23.

Disney Movie Rewards can be found here.  Certain rewards are free and other rewards start as low as five points.  The reward catalog is huge and Disney tends to give out a ton of free points, so feel free to sit back and save for something you want.


Hi all, and welcome to my blog!

As you know, there are a number of travel programs where you can earn loyalty points for flying, hotel stays, renting cars, etc.  Those programs are excellent and there is a tremendous amount of information about them on the internet.

I'd like to do something different and hit the lesser-known programs, those that are generally unrelated to travel.  How about rewards for buying Disney products?  Or frozen meals?  Or diapers?  Those are all out there.

But these programs simply don't have the widespread publicity that others do, so they tend to give away a ton of points for free.  You just have to find them.  And their rewards aren't just limited to their products.  Sure, if you don't have a baby, Pampers points wouldn't do you any good if you could only get diapers.  Fortunately, you can trade Pampers points in for everything from gift cards to movie tickets.

Here's the bottom line: I only post programs that are free to sign up for and only post codes for free points.  That's it.  These programs will never cost you a penny.

One other thing: I am a big believer in full disclosure.  If I am going to benefit from your signing up for a program, such as by earning referral points, I will tell you in that post.  Likewise, I benefit if you click on an ad on the site.  If you ever have any questions about benefits that either of us receives, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thanks, and enjoy!