Disney Movie Rewards Trivia: Five Free Points

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.

Last Day To Cash Out eMiles

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.

Disney Movie Rewards: Five Free Points

Check your email for your monthly e-flyer for your mystery point bonus from Disney Movie Rewards. The link should be somewhere near the bottom of the page.

I got a whopping five points this month.

Kellogg’s Family Rewards: 50 Free Points

Kellogg’s Family Rewards has definitely been cutting back on the free codes, so we’re taking them where we can get them these days.

Here’s one for 50 points: GETK-FRPO-INTS-4DAD. Enjoy it while you can.

Ritual: $10 Toward Lunch For Each Of Us

Ritual is one of the cooler food order apps that I have seen recently. It allows you to order food for pickup on the app and gives you points toward a free meal for doing so. You simply press the buttons for participating restaurants, check out the wait time and pick up your food in person.

But my favorite thing about it is how easy it is to reorder. It keeps track of your past orders and, if you want to order the same thing, you simply press the reorder button. Yes, folks, lunch in one click. How can you beat that?

Want $10 for free? If you sign up through my link this week, we each get $10. Fast lunch and free lunch? It’s worth a shot.

Recyclebank: New Month, New Earnings

Recyclebank is the definition of free points. It’s based on trying to get consumers to be more environmentally friendly and gives you points for clicking on links, reading articles, etc. The prizes aren’t too great, but who couldn’t use a free magazine or local discount every now and then?

Each month, Recyclebank adds new offers for more points, so if you haven’t visited yet in June, now is a good time to do so.

Kellogg’s Family Rewards And Shutterfly

Kellogg’s Family Rewards is not known for its great rewards, but hey, for a bunch of points that I get for free, what can I expect?

One prize that I do like is the bounty from Shutterfly. Shutterfly is a pretty easy place to put together books, calendars, etc., and KFR points can often get you those items for free. Granted, you do have to pay for shipping, but it’s generally not too cumbersome.

From now until August 4th, you can get a free book from Shutterfly using code: KECY-27A9-A6RM-MT6DRE.

Just a suggestion.


Disney Movie Rewards: Free Points From Trivia

Disney Movie Rewards’ trivia still continues to frustrate me. There is no link to it anymore, but it still exists. Answer the trivia questions and get five DMR points, regardless of your score.

Want a few more options? Click on the above URL and change the last two digits to 74. You’ll get another game. Then, do it again and change the digits to 76. You’ll have a third game.

I don’t know what is going on with the trivia, but I’m willing to make a few clicks for 15 points.

Money Maker: York Photo And Swagbucks (Up To $14.01)

Swagbucks is a paid to search (and do stuff) site. The basics of the site are that you use their search engine and they will randomly award you their proprietary currency, which are call Swagbucks (but I’ll use SB to separate the points from the site). The SB are worth a penny each and can be traded in for cash, gift cards, etc.

Swagbucks also pays you to do other stuff, such as fill out surveys, watch videos or complete offers. The offers sometimes cost money but, every once in a while, an offer will earn you more in SB than you actually pay for it.

York Photo

swagbucks, york photo

One of the options on the site (found in the “Featured Ways to Earn” section) is for York photo. York is an online photo site where you can get pictures, albums, etc. For your first order, if you click through to it through Swagbucks, they’ll give you 1,500 SB, no matter how much you pay. I’ve seen goods that sell for as little as $.99, leaving you with a cool $14.01. I did this offer, and it worked just fine (The quality was quite good, by the way.).

If you’re not a member of the site, I’d appreciate it if you signed up through my referral link, and we will both get something. I’m never quite sure what, but it’s something. If nothing else, the site is good to use for searches, since you’ll accumulate points over time. Enjoy.

Dosh Referral Link

Dosh is what I call cash back shopping for lazy people. Simply link your credit card to the app and they will give you credit every time you buy something at a participating store (found on their site). It’s similar to the Dining for Miles programs that you see, except it also includes a lot of retail. No receipts to upload or forms to fill out in advance.

If you are interested, I would appreciate it if you use my referral link. I believe that we each get something if you do.

Happy spending!