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Product Rewards for Snowflakes

July 6th, 2014 at 08:21 pm

I participate in Lean Cuisine's rewards program, since I purchase these meals with some frequency. The outside cardboard packaging has a letter code printed on the inside that I need to enter into their website. Each code is worth 20 points in most cases.

The reward program offers some gift cards, magazines and many kitchen tools. I have redeemed for a reusable shopping bag, reusable sandwich bags, amazon gift cards, movie tickets, towels and wash clothes.

I recently learned that the program with Lean Cuisine is ending as of the end of 2014. This does seem to happen with many of these programs.

At one time I participated in Coke Rewards, but it became too tedious to keep up with my husband's soda consumption. I think the program still exists.

Some of the items I received from Lean Cuisine I was able to resell, other are in use in our home and others, like the gift cards were spent and counted as snowflakes!

Do you participate in a rewards program for any product? Tell us which ones and what you earn from participating? Are you a Lean Cuisine Rewards participant and did you know the program was ending?

5 Responses to “Product Rewards for Snowflakes”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I did the Coke rewards program for awhile, but it took too long to get anything.

  2. My English Castle Says:

    My DH drinks instant coffee, and we used to do the Taster's Choice rewards. I haven't looked at them in ages, and I'm not sure they run the program any more. I have a bid on my ebay listing!

  3. CB in the City Says:

    I'm collecting points for Tidy Cat, but it will be a long time before I can cash in anything.

  4. frugalredhead Says:

    I did the Pampers points religiously for the last several years. Now that my last DS is out of diapers, I just cashed my balance in for a $25 JCPenney gift card that I'll probably use for back to school shopping (if my kids even need anything, which I don't think they will!)

  5. aukxsona Says:

    Nope. I find the money I save using cheaper alternatives is better than the rewards. I don't have the time to be some testing guinea pig for the company either. Plus they end reward programs with such regularity, why bother?

    I used to save kool aid points for stuff and then they ended that.

    Mostly I just save my money instead of picking a favorite brand and sticking to it.

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