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Best Reward Programs

Updated on August 9, 2013

Reward programs that DON'T include you shopping

Reward Programs, Not Discount Programs

There's so many reward programs out there that want you to shop in order to reap rewards and most have to do with your credit or debit cards. I have been on the internet long enough to know that most of these incentive websites not worth the hassle. They want you to believe that they are giving you money back for your purchases made through their establishment online when the truth is that you should get that discount anyhow considering that the middleman (the salesman) is cut out the equation. This Hub was created to make you aware of those programs that do not require purchases in order to reap rewards. Purchasing is an option in some cases but in all cases not applicable. Also some of the following programs are from everyday products that you already use and are most likely just tossing in the garbage. I will be updating this Hub as more programs meet these requirements.

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My Coke Rewards


My coke is a reward program hosted by Coca-Cola. Every Coke product (Sprite, Coca-Cola, Fanta, Minute Maid etc) have a code inside the cap and inside of the card boards of canned boxes. Each cap brings you 3 points and cartons vary from 10-20 points considering the package size. (12-pack, 24-pack) Some might think that you have to buy Coke products to benefit from their reward programs but that is not true. These caps and boxes are laying all over the place. Ask your friends and family to save their caps and cartons for you. Pick them off the ground, they are all over the place littering the streets. People all over the internet give these codes away for free. Check out Coke rewards @

These are the beverage products with codes under the caps.

Coca-Cola, Cola-Zero, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dasani water, Powerade, Minute Maid Juices,(20-24oz) Fanta, Barqs Root Beer, Fresca, Pibb, Mello Yello, Nestea, Seagrams Ginger Ale.


Recently I had given a friend of mine a Coke rewards code on Facebook. The following day I got a message from Coke Rewards @ Facebook and they told me that I can not do that and that I should read the member's guidelines on further. I had replied " I haven't read the guidelines because I am not a member ". I my friends am giving the points away.

Bing Search Rewards - Bing Bar


Bing Search is MSN search engine that can be downloaded or accessed online. This is not a cash rewarding option but is absolutely free to join. You get points for using their search bar, referring friends and/or completing fast and simple tasks like clicking on a link that leads you to learn something. For your activities you get points which can be redeemed for some cool items like magazine subscriptions, attire, digital devices, Xbox stuff and so much more.

To join the Bing rewards program sign up here >>>> Bing Search Rewards

Labels For Education - Arts, Athletics, Academics


A new program online is Labels for Education and includes many products that we use everyday. Each product varies in points.

Here are the companies involved in this reward program

Bic, Danimals, Campbells, Emarald, Glad, Pace,Pop Secret, Pepperidge Farms, Post, Prego, Spaghettio, Swanson, V8, V8 Splash, V8 Fusion, Wolfgang Puck.

Check out for more details

For the participating products page, check out Labels For Education Products Page

Kellogg's Family Rewards


Kelloggs Family Rewards program has to be mentioned with it many types of products to accumulate points from with interesting reward options.

Collect and redeem points for:

products, apparel, gear, coupons, discounts, gift cards, sweepstakes, instant wins, books, music, magazines, electronics, toys, games, photos, keepsakes, housewares & kitchen supplies. And of course you can simply dontate to your choice of school or charity.

Check out their reward program site @ Kelloggs Family Rewards

Ebay Bucks


Ebay has the Ebay Bucks program that rewards you with cash to be used for purchases on Ebay. For every purchase you make you get Ebay Bucks back and you can use your pay Pal account and not have to use your credit card.

Check out the Ebay Buck policy for more info @ Ebay Bucks

Box Tops For Education


A well established and known reward program that stands out is Box Tops For Education. Like Labels For Education these participants offer points which our schools benefit from. Box Tops has a cool track and compare ability which can coincide with a budget. There's even a page called Box Tops Marketplace to earn online for a school of your choice.

All the participating products are listed @ Box Tops products

XBox Live Rewards


Xbox Live Rewards is now well established with more than 2 years running and backed by Microsft, I don't see this leaving anytime soon. When account holders use make purchases they recieve invcentives but that's not the only way to earn. Everyday month there's a quick survey that gives you points. The points can then be redeemed for games, movies, music, avatar gear, show rentals and even premium cable television series in whole.You must own an Xbox 360 and be a Xbox 360 live member to reap the benefits.

Check out the info @ Xbox live 360


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    • DRG Da Real Grinc profile image

      Felix J Hernandez 5 years ago from All over the USA

      Ty David and Kenneth. I will be udating so bookmark, I'm doing my research.

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      Kenneth Avery 5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Great work, this hub. Very informative. Voted up and all the way. Keep up the great work.


    • davidlaw2 profile image

      davidlaw2 5 years ago

      I need to check the rewards programs out.

    • DRG Da Real Grinc profile image

      Felix J Hernandez 5 years ago from All over the USA

      Your welcome Michele and Christy Bing is more rewarding, enjoy.

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      Christy Birmingham 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      I have used My Coke rewards. I had not heard of Bing before. Interesting!

    • Michele Travis profile image

      Michele Travis 5 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Thank you DRG Da Real Grinc, I appreciate that:)

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      Felix J Hernandez 5 years ago from All over the USA

      TY Michele. Those caps are everywhere it won't be long be fore she gets what she wants. Give her this one NXNXNPRJWHLPL6

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      Michele Travis 5 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      Thank you for this information. My daughter wants to do the coke rewards program, and has saved the little tops to the coke bottles. I haven't done much, just have a bunch of coke bottle tops. Voted up