Kellogg’s Family Rewards: 100 Points

Thank you to reader Ryan who did the Kellogg’s Family Rewards crossword puzzle that I was too lazy to do. Turns out that there was a code for 100 points: YOURKFRVALENTINE.

Even better, KFR gave me an extra 13,000 points in my account because, well, I don’t know why. It told me that I hadn’t logged in for 90 days (not the case, but whatever) and that it would reinstate my points. It then gave me an additional 13,000 points on top of what I already had. I’m having trouble deciding what to redeem for, although the Vintage Tony The Tiger Tea Set sounds kind of cool, plus the alliteration makes it fun to say. Sadly, I’m a few points short.

Kellogg’s Family Rewards Value

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Something to have in case the Queen ever comes for tea

The downside with KFR giving away so many points is that the prizes aren’t that great. A $5 gift card (various merchants) costs 7,500 points, although there is currently a $10 AMC theater card for 13,000. If you eat a lot of cereal, you can get a $1 Kellogg’s coupon for 850 points. Cereal is frequently on sale for $2 at the supermarket, so that’s a pretty good deal. Every once in a while, they add new rewards, so take a peek occasionally to see what’s out there. The world is your oyster. Well, in this case, the world is your Pop Tart.


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