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RecycleBank 25 pts from Kashi plus Ziploc Coupon for 20 pts

by Freebies4Mom on July 7, 2011 5:20 pm


Earn 25 points on RecycleBank by taking the above Kashi quiz after watching a short video. You can skip directly to the short 3-question quiz you can take directly on my blog (click on the green “Watch Video” button above). When finished just click on the green “Get my Points” arrow to open up a new window to sign-in to RecycleBank and credit your account with 25 points.

Don’t miss the Ziploc coupon for reduced points featured as “Daily Deals” under “Get Rewards”:

Save $1.00 on two Ziploc Brand Containers (now 20 pts instead of 50 pts)

Remember you are allowed to print 2 unique coupons (just hit the back button). You can even request this coupon by mail if you have printing problems (click on the blue “Help” link at the bottom right).

If you are new to RecycleBank, get free RecycleBank codes from my previous posts. RecycleBank is an easy way for everyone to get some high-value coupons. You don’t have to live in an area that is participating in RecycleBank (but if you do you earn points for recycling). Everyone can still sign-up for RecycleBank and earn points other ways too! You can now refer-a-friend for 10 points. This is my referral link above. I use most of my RecycleBank rewards to reward my readers. Thank you for your support.

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megs July 7, 2011 at 11:08 pm

Also Aveeno Pledge has Reset for 50 points.

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Karen July 7, 2011 at 10:39 pm

I thought on the Recycle Bank coupons you were only allowed one print? I remember seeing on a blog when RB first started the ‘print at home option’ some people printed 2 cpns and were contacted by RB asking why they printed 2 ??? All this time I have only been printing one copy.

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Anonymous July 7, 2011 at 10:55 pm

The print limit is set at 2 and it resets every month. If RecycleBank
doesn’t want people printing more than one coupon all they have to do is
change the print limit to 1. I’ve seen coupons from Coupons,Inc. with both
print limits so I know it’s something the coupon creator controls.

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