March 2019 archive

Kellogg’s Family Rewards: Potential 200 Free Points

Every once in a while, I’ll get an email from Kellogg’s Family Rewards. They’ll tell me that I haven’t logged in in a while and my points will expire. They’ll offer me a few hundred points to sign in. That’s odd, since I get these emails frequently. Perfect. Free bonuses. In any case, I got …

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Disney Movie Rewards: Five Points

Disney Movie Rewards again, but first… One would think that unemployment would mean that I would have more time to write posts. And yet, I’ve slowed down. I’ve discovered that it actually is possible to relax. The stress level is way down, I’ve lost five pounds and I’m thinking of doing something fun with all …

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$2.85 From Swagbucks Cash And Other Stuff


A couple of housekeeping items, and then we’ll get to the good stuff on Swagbucks.. First, I’d once again like to complain about the quality of the spam that I get. Seriously, if you name yourself “Cialis,” the filters are going to catch you. Put some effort into it. Second, after 19 years in the …

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Disney Movie Rewards: Newsletter Points

Yes, it’s that time. Disney Movie Rewards’ monthly newsletter should be in your mailbox. Ooh, Dumbo! But even better, scroll to the bottom and click on the link for your mystery points. I got a whopping six this month!  

LifePoints, The Improved Global Test Markets


Global Test Markets has rebranded itself as LifePoints. Let’s take a look at it. Typically, I’m pretty skeptical of sites that claim to be new and better. New? Possible. Better? Usually not. Still, LifePoints actually made a few improvements and the new sight is worth seeing. LifePoints (Formerly Global Test Markets) LifePoints, formerly Global Test …

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Disney Movie Rewards Trivia: 10 Free Points

Sorry folks, it’s been kind of a rough week, so I’ve been offline. I’m coming back with yet more Disney Movie Rewards. Disney Movie Rewards Pick up 10 points from DMR Trivia. First, go to the link I just provided. Then, look at the URL and change the “113” at the end to “114.” You’ll …

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