Kellogg’s Family Rewards: Potential Free Points

Well, one nice thing about Kellogg’s is that they keep trying to give me free points. Every couple of weeks, I get these links offering me 200-300 points, just to sign in. Nothing like a good inactivity bonus.

You can give it a shot and see if it works for you. Points don’t post right away.



Disney Movie Rewards Trivia: Five Free Points

Well, for once, Disney Movie Rewards has one, and only one, trivia game available. So head over to the quiz, spend a minute and earn five points.

Kellogg’s Family Rewards: Free Points (Potentially)

It’s been a long time since I’ve bought cereal (or any Kellogg’s product, for that matter), but I’m able to keep racking up the points because they are nice enough to send me “inactivity codes” every few weeks. This time, it was “sign into your account for a free 300 points,” which is more than they’ve ever given me before. In other words, the less I participate, the more they offer me. You should check your email or try this link to see if they let you in.

By the way, they’ve got gift cards back in the rewards stores, offering $10 to Old Navy, Sephora or AMC for 15,000 points. Enjoy!

Disney Movie Rewards: 10 Free Points From Trivia

It looks like Disney Movie Rewards has fallen back on its old ways, offering a public quiz for everyone to see, but having a hidden one, as well. Fortunately, I’m nosy.

Go here to take the first quiz. The quizzes only take a minute and will get you five points. Once you have done that, look at the URL and change the last two digits from “93” to “91.” You’ll get another quiz, this one on Marvel characters, with the opportunity to earn another five points.

Oddly, there is no quiz for “92.”

New Contest Listing: The Drop Wine

New contest, but it ends tomorrow, so I’m not even putting it on the contest page.

Win lots of good stuff from The Drop Wine drawing, including two nights at a hotel and some cash. Keep in mind that, by entering the contest, you are also agreeing to be on their newsletter.

Disney Movie Rewards: Five Points

Wow, Disney Movie Rewards seems to have gotten their act together with the trivia, finally giving the right link for the week and not offering hidden links.

It’s every other Monday, so you can visit DMR today, do the trivia challenge and pick up five free points.

Disney Movie Rewards Newsletter: Free Points

I just got my Disney Movie Rewards newsletter for my free September points. They seem to be sending it out later and later each month.

For those of you who get it, just scroll to the bottom and click on the banner that offers you your mystery points. I got four, which is better than a hole in the head, but most things are better than a hole in the head.

Kellogg’s Family Rewards: Possible 200 Free Points

So KFR seems to be eliminating the random free codes on the internet and has already stopped putting them on boxes, but it is still (occasionally) sending out emails with bonuses if you haven’t logged in in a while.

I haven’t, so they did. I got a link for 200 points. Be sure to check your email for one from Kellogg’s Family Rewards.

Southwest Take Flight Sweepstakes

Take Flight From Southwest

Southwest is offering you a chance to fly to the Magic Kingdom, with a sweepstakes for Disney World. Flights, four nights accommodations, a gift card, park entry and other goodies will go to the lucky winner of the contest.

You must be 19 years old and live in the lower 48 to enter, and entries are limited to one per person. Enter by September 30.

Note: Southwest values the package at $6,579, so be prepared to talk to your accountant about how much it you are reporting for IRS purposes. I don’t pretend to know tax law, so relying on this blog for anything more than freebies and an occasional laugh is a bad idea.


Remember To Sign Up For Ibotta

If you are reading this, chances are that you eat occasionally. And if you eat, you might even buy food. Well, there’s a way to take advantage of that habit with Ibotta, and you’ll pick up $10.

Ibotta: Cash Back for Shopping

Ibotta is the best site for cash back shopping at supermarkets, including club stores and some convenient stores. It’s simple to use: Look on the app and sort by store. It will give you a list of products that are offering cash back for buying them. Usually, they are brands of some sort, but there are often generic products, including produce, available. And about once per week, they’ll give you a reward (usually $.25) just for uploading any receipt. Occasionally, the cash back exceeds the price of the product itself, giving you free food and some cash back.

Once you get the item, simply upload a copy of the receipt and they’ll credit your account. You can cash out at $20.

If you sign up (and I recommend that you do, since it’s free), I kindly request that you use my referral link. You’ll get $10 and I’ll get $5, plus possibly some mystery money. Thank you in advance.