Rewards Programs

17 Dec

There are many Rewards/Customer Loyalty programs out there.  It seems like every store has a card available or has some other way of rewarding customers for shopping in their stores.  I’ve talked some about the Staples Rewards program, today I’m going to talk about a few other rewards programs that I participate in and find to work pretty well.  Rewards programs aren’t for everyone, but I like the free, low maintenance ones to get some extra bonuses or gifts throughout the year.


Disney Movie Rewards
My kids love the Disney movies.  A lot of them we receive as presents, but buy some as well.  A lot of new releases from Disney have had $5 printable coupons available, plus rebate offers tied to other products as well.  Inside the box for each movie is a code for Disney Movie Rewards, the amount varies for each title.  The rewards are fairly decent.  In the past, I have gotten things like a Toy Story 3 ornament, a Tangled charm bracelet, a coupon for a free 3 pack of microwave popcorn, and most recently, a Disney Princess scooter.  I got the scooter as part of their 12 Days of Cheer promotion at a discounted points price of 700 points.  Those scooters retail for about $20-$25 in stores.


Huggies Enjoy the Ride Rewards
I’ve only been able to use Huggies on my girls, most other diapers didn’t fit right or gave them a rash.  I was excited when Huggies started the Enjoy the Ride Rewards program because we have gone through a lot of diapers and wipes.  The codes are printed on the insides of the packages, and vary depending on the package type and size.  There are some cute toys on their now, better than it used to be.  I got my older daughter a cupcake baking set, that had silicone cupcake holders, a chef hat, a timer, and a wisk.  I got my younger daughter a Disney Princess funtainer.  You can also use points to get free jumbo packages of diapers or Pull Ups.


Shop Your Way Rewards
This is a program offered by Sears, but is for Sears, KMart, Land’s End, My Gofer, and The Great Indoors.  You earn 10 points for $1 you spend, plus they run a lot of bonus point promotions.  Every $1,000 points is worth $1, which can be taken off a purchase in store or online.  I don’t shop too often, but I have redeemed $11 in rewards on a purchase at, and currently have $8.14 to spend.   Also, by having the card, you now have the option to have the receipt e-mailed to you for your records instead of a paper receipt printing.  I have too many receipts as it is, so this is a nice option for me to be able to have them electronically.  

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