Kellogg’s Family Rewards is a relatively new and free program from (of course) Kellogg’s. You can find rewards codes inside specially marked Kellogg’s products, but they also release free codes via email and other sources (and you can find those free codes on the Hot Offers page).
One of the nice things about Kellogg’s Family Rewards is that it offers high-value coupons as rewards, so you can redeem your points to get cheap Kellogg’s products (and then earn more points by entering the codes inside the packages you bought using the coupons). A few years ago, I could regularly buy cereal for $0.49 per box, but that price has been hard to come by lately and the common stock-up price has gone up to $1 per box.
Thanks to the $1.50/1 Kellogg’s Cereal reward, I’ve picked up boxes of my family’s favorite cereals for $0.75 or less. If you like cookies or crackers, you can use the $1.50/1 Keebler Cookies or Crackers coupon to get Keebler Town House or Club Crackers or Cookies for just $0.49 through Tuesday at Ralphs.
The rewards are rather high-value, in that the $1.50/1 coupons are 1,000 points and the $0.75/1 coupons are 500 points. Most product codes I’ve entered have been in the 80 to 100 point range, so you do need quite a few product codes to accumulate enough to redeem points for a reward. But another nice thing is that free codes come out frequently, and the program regularly offers bonus points. For example, now through Sunday (11/3/2013), you get double points when you enter codes from any product – so the points will add up quickly!
If you’re not interested in purchasing Kellogg’s products, you can use your points on other rewards like gift cards, kitchen gadgets, photo gifts, sweepstakes, downloads, and more.
Kellogg’s Family Rewards is free to join, and even if you don’t buy Kellogg’s products, you can still get great rewards with the free codes. And if you do buy Kellogg’s products, then you’ll earn rewards even faster!
To join, just click on the banner at the top of this post (and thank you for joining through the banner, because it’s my affiliate link!).