Check your email for one from Kellogg’s Family Rewards for a link offering 100 points.
That’s all for today. Thanks for playing.
Yesterday, Disney Movie Rewards sent out its monthly newsletter and, as usual, at the bottom, there was a link to pick up some free points. The links are definitely going out later in the month and the numbers are getting smaller (I only got four.), but free points are better than no free points. Check your email.
Disney Movie Rewards is starting to drive me a bit nuts, with quizzes seeming to come and go.
This week’s quiz can be found here, but if you change the two digits at the end to 79 after you complete it, you’ll get another five points. Then, change it to 78 and you’ll be eligible for five more.
Depending on when you did your last quiz, you may be able to get 15 points.
See you in mid-July!
I have yet to figure out why Kellogg’s Family Rewards keeps sending me free points. I don’t buy their products. It should be obvious to them from the action on my account that I’m a bad bet.
Still, free points are free points. Check your email for one from KFR, offering you 200 points just to log in. They add up. I’m over 40,000 points now.
The other day, I got an email from Kellogg’s Family Rewards telling me that I could enter a sweepstakes to win $1,000. You probably got one, too. I usually ignore those, but I opened this one.
Glad I did. There is a link on the page for 100 free points. It’s not much, but it’s worth opening the email, at least.
Last year, My Coke Rewards died a slow and painful death. It was replaced by its lesser progeny, which I simply call Coca-Cola Offers.
Every once in a while, a good one pops up. I have gotten an uncountable (okay, 5) number of movie tickets from them by doing little to nothing. Those good ones are often related to a sweepstakes. Although the offer reads that you need to enter a cap code for an entry, you usually don’t. Read through the T&C and look for the alternate method of entry. Normally, it will let you click through, sometimes up to 10 times per day, and have a possibility at an instant win without any cost, caps or otherwise.
The more you know.
Disney Movie Rewards continues to frustrate, forcing me to keep putting in numbers at the end of the URL to determine where we are (If my URL doesn’t work, change the last two digits to “77.”). Still, five points is five points, so I take what I can get.
Remember, you don’t have to get the questions right to get the points.
As of June 29, survey site eMiles is shutting its doors. I’d say that I’ll miss it, but I won’t. Over the past year, eMiles has experienced a significant decline in quality, to the point that it was useless.
If you don’t cash out today, your eMiles will convert to e-Reward on June 29, which I consider to be a much better survey program. They convert at the rate of one point at eMiles equals $.05 in e-Rewards. You must have an e-Rewards account set up under the same email so, if you don’t have one, hope for an invite in the next two weeks.
If you don’t have an e-Rewards account and don’t want one, be sure to cash out of eMiles.