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KelloggsFamilyRewards code for 100 points!

Posted November 17, 2015

Kellogg's is offering a new code worth 100 points!

To get the code, head to

You can enter the codes on the Kellogg's website.

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If you are new to, it's a free program sponsored by Kellogg's that allows you to get free coupons and other items by entering the codes on participating products into their website. Once you earn enough points from entering codes, you can redeem them for various things like printable coupons. You can redeem 850 points for a $1.00/1 coupon for various Kellogg's products like cereal, Eggo waffles, crackers, cookies, veggie burgers and more! And these coupons will double when Harris Teeter offers the Super Double promotion!

There are a ton of participating products and you can see this list on their website.


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  • observant Nov 17, 2015

    ASCHERER - you will be surprised how many points you can collect !
    I have cashed in for at least 50 coupons in about a year . I currently have 12,000 points .
    I am not earning as many points now without the box codes.
    I would save up the box codes for bonus events but now the receipts must be submitted within 14 days of purchase .
    Go ahead and signup - it may surprise you . You get email coupons, special offers and recipes too .

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Nov 17, 2015

    ascherer - yes - anyone can join the program even if you don't use a lot of their products. And it's not just Kellogg's cereals that you can earn codes on. It's pretty much all Kellogg's, Keebler, Morningstar products. That includes their cr@ ckers, cookies, granola bars, etc.

    And you can still enter all the points that don't require a purchase like the one from this post and then accrue points. You can cash in the points for coupons for their products or save them up and use them for gift cards. Even if you don't use a bunch of Kellogg's products, you can still benefit from the program. :-)

  • ascherer Nov 17, 2015

    Odd question because we don't eat cereal but can I be a KFR points earner? I may use a box or two a year of cereal for trail mix or baking.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Nov 17, 2015

    You are welcome, Dr. D!

  • Dr D Nov 17, 2015

    Thanks Faye!