I hope that everyone had a great holiday weekend. And now that we’re back to the week, it’s the first Monday of the month, and you know what that means: Disney Movie Rewards trivia and five free points! Just pick your answers in the one-minute quiz and you’ll earn the points. Your answers don’t necessarily have to be right.
Kellogg’s Family Rewards has come on strong with not one, not two, but three whole codes for Easter, worth 25 points each.
Kellogg’s Family Rewards: 75 Points
Thanks to diburning at Flyertalk for sponsoring today’s codes, which are a threesome at 25 points each. Tony the Tiger must be in a good mood today. Here is your path to big points:
Well, it had to happen sometime. Dosh realized that having a referral bonus just based on getting people to sign up would get lots of sign-ups, but no usage. Oh well. They’ve now changed their “cash back shopping for lazy people” site referral bonus structure so that you only get it when your referral cashes out.
So to those of you who were making big bucks by recruiting sign-ups, well, sorry, time to check out something else.
MyPoints, one of the Get Paid To Click/Search/Shop/Etc. sites is introducing a new way to earn points, calling it Point Perks. It won’t be a big number, but hey, it’s free.
MyPoints Perk Points
Point Perks appears to work similar to Swagbucks’ swag codes. They’ll give you a code that you can enter on the site and reward you with 1-5 points. The code will be delivered through Facebook or Twitter and only be good for a couple of hours, so get them while they’re hot! You can enter the code on the box in the top right hand corner of the MyPoints home page.
If you haven’t signed up for MyPoints yet, feel free to do so here and we will both get something swell.
It’s that time again, when Disney Movie Rewards asks you to spend less than a minute on trivia and rewards you with five free points. That’s all. Just play the trivia and click whatever answers you like; your final score doesn’t matter. Then, collect your five points.
I just finished reading “The Magicians” series by Lev Grossman for at least the third time. I always finish the series with that mixed joy that comes from having a really good book, but knowing that every page you turn brings you closer to the end. Just thought I’d share.
Kellogg’s is offering 50 free points at Kellogg’s Family Rewards. Just enter code LUCK-YKFR-BONU-SPTS and the points will be yours!
Got a little one in the family? Then you might want to take advantage of free movie tickets to Isle of Dogs, a new Wes Anderson movie. Kellogg’s Family Rewards is inviting you to a special advance screening, but tickets are limited. Visit the site here and they’ll give you up to two free tickets.