Oct 092012


If you haven’t heard, Kellogg’s recently introduced it’s Kellogg’s Family Rewards Program, where you can get rewarded for buying Kellogg’s Products. Just click on the banner to the right to join the program.

When you purchase specially marked Kellogg’s Family Rewards products such as cereal, crackers, and more you can enter the codes found inside to start earning points. You can then redeem these points for lots of good stuff – including high-value coupons! By joining the Program, you will also receive special offers, recipes, and exclusive savings.

You can also access coupons on their site that you don’t need rewards to redeem. Once you click on the banner and are registered and signed in, just click on the “Promotions & Coupons” tab toward the top of the site- then click the “online coupons” link on the left.

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5 Responses to “Earn Coupons & More with Kellogg’s Family Rewards”

  1. Edith says:

    Do you know if the coupons we get with the points are for print or mail? I’d rather get them via mail if I can. Thanks!!

  2. I joined this thinking it would be awesome as my 18 year old eats pop tarts for breakfast and as snacks so I go through them like crazy. I have yet to find a package that has a reward code on it? My husband eats Cheez-its and haven’t found one on those either. Can someone upload the symbol or whatever to look for so I attempt to at least buy packages that may have them?

  3. Lauren P. says:

    Also, be sure to log in and check the Rewards catalog periodically as they tend to have 1 or 2 of the high-value coupons “on-sale”. I just redeemed 50 points for a coupon for $1.50/1 Kellogg’s Krave cereal (11 oz. or Larger) that usually costs 1000 points.

  4. barbara says:

    check your emails there are bonus codes this week..

  5. Lauren P. says:

    @ Michelle-The boxes of Pop Tarts I have (with codes) have a reddish-brown banner across the top (on the front of the box) that say “Win $100 INSTANTLY”. On the back of the box there is the Kellogg’s Family Rewards logo that is shown in the picture in Kerry’s original post.

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