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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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RecycleBank is launching a new Back-to-School promotion! You can earn lots of points and all of your entries will go toward a drawing for cash prizes – for up to $5,000!

This week you can get some cooking tips and win 185 points when you take the Home Ec & Industrial Arts course!  If you aren’t registered make sure you register first so that points are saved.

Here are some more ways to earn Recyclebank points:

Dove Recycling Quiz – 30 points
Unpack the Hellmann’s Picnic Basket – 25 points
SC Johnson Green Choices Challenge – 40 points
(just click on the targets to earn points)

Why do you want these points??
Recyclebank offers great printable coupons and other rewards that you can use your points to get.

See more about RecycleBank and earning points.

    • guest

      Clunky site/game where many of the opportunities to get to the max points require a purchase, requiring you to allow entirely too many pop-ups, and not leading step-by-step through the various points opportunities.  Don’t bother.

      • Darla

         I had to allow pop-ups for the rewards to credit but nothing required me to purchase anything… only to make a “pledge” to doing a few economical friendly things.

      • Nonnie Mouse

        Many of the opportunities do require you to buy something to obtain points; however, when Jenny posts a heads up on points here, it is for opportunities that do not require purchase. I have never spent a cent on RB, but have gotten some very worthwhile coupons, going on about once a month to get points. RB makes money from it, I save money from it, and my kids enjoy many of the recycling videos.

        So I guess it’s worth it for some, and not for others
        For pop-ups, most systems have a keyboard shortcut you can hold to let them through; for mine, it’s [crtl]+[alt]

      • Nonnie Mouse

        Many of the opportunities do require you to buy something to obtain points; however, when Jenny posts a heads up on points here, it is for opportunities that do not require purchase. I have never spent a cent on RB, but have gotten some very worthwhile coupons, going on about once a month to get points. RB makes money from it, I save money from it, and my kids enjoy many of the recycling videos.

        So I guess it’s worth it for some, and not for others
        For pop-ups, most systems have a keyboard shortcut you can hold to let them through; for mine, it’s [crtl]+[alt]

    • Kim

      Yea!!!  I can use this to score another 2 Harris Teeter Coupons!

      • Sarahww52

         how do you find the harris teeter coupons?  i used to just search for “teeter” in the rewards section but now it is not coming up :(

        • smm0278

          Same here, I use to get them but can’t find the harris teeter ones anymore :(  

          • smm0278

            Just figured it out change your zip code to 28201

    • Kelley

      Used my points for an ‘In Style’ magazine subscription…love free magazines!! Thanks!