Saturday, December 13, 2014

How free rewards points equals lots of Freebies! Spotlight on Kellogg's Family Rewards!






If you're a frequent reader here, you know that I post a lot of FREE rewards codes. Companies like Pampers, Disney Movie Rewards, Kellogg's Family Rewards, and Recyclebank typically release free codes for their members to use to add up the points they are earning.




Today's spotlight is on Kellogg's Family Rewards.


What is Kellogg's Family Rewards?

Kellogg's Family Rewards is a program that rewards you for purchasing select Kellogg's Products. You just location the codes Found on Packages with the Kellogg’s Family Rewards® logo. You’ll earn rewards just for enjoying your favorite cereals, crackers, cookies, snacks and frozen foods.

Once you have a code, you log into your account and enter the code. Then you can save the points until you've accumulated enough to redeem for a reward!

Like many rewards programs, Kellogg's also posts FREE Rewards points almost weekly. These are usually posted on their Facebook page, and I always share them here. Sometimes you'll also receive a free reward code in your email.


How do I earn free points?

By collecting codes from Kellogg's products and by entering the free codes that I post here!


How easy is it?

On a scale of 1-5, it's a 1. Now, if you only use the free codes that I post here, it will take you longer to earn a reward. But if you do purchase Kellogg's products and you collect the codes marked inside the packages, you'll earn much faster!



Why is it worth my time?

What I love about Kellogg's Rewards program is that they offer rare and high value coupons for their products for little rewards points. I usually try to save any rewards points for a big reward (like a gift card), but in this case, I often use my rewards from Kellogg's to print coupons.

For 500-1,000 points you can print coupons for up to $1.50 off. Sometimes these coupons have resulted in a free product when paired with a store coupon or sale!

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