Kellogg’s Family Rewards: New 25-Point Code

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There is a new Kellogg’s Family Rewards code you can enter in your account to get 25 more points. Just click on the banner and enter the code HALLOWEENPARTY25 to get 25 more points.

NEW TO KELLOGG’S FAMILY REWARDS?
When you join Kellogg’s Family Rewards, 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.

While most coupon rewards require around 1,000 points- there are sometimes markdowns with high-value couponss available for as little as 50 points! Here are a few more codes you can enter right away to help boost your starting point balance…

KELLOGGSMEDAL20P            HOWITWORKS20PNTS            JOINKELLOGG2SAVE
LVNGSOCIAL25PNTS              KFRFIBERPLUSPOLL

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.

-Thanks Single Mom Saving Money, Emily & to Michelle at I Heart Publix!

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5 Comments

  1. Kellogg’s® FiberPlus® Nutty Delights Bars Save $1.50
    1,000 Points

    50 Points
    # 38695
    Add To Cart

    Kellogg’s® Krave® Cereal Save $1.50
    1,000 Points

    50 Points
    # 38685
    Add To Cart

  2. Thank you, I got 140 points from the codes you posted! When I entered KFRFIBERPLUSPOLL it gave me this message: The code entered is a duplicate. Please check your Point History to confirm your points have been credited to your account. I only had two codes in my account – so unless it was a 10 point or 100 point code, I don’t think I used it before.

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