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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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kellogg's family rewards codes

Kellogg’s Family Rewards members, here’s a new code for 100 FREE points!

Enter the codes COLLECTPOINTSNOW and  KFRSNACKSYOULOVE to collect a total of 100 Kellogg’s Family Reward Points.

These codes expire on 10/27.

If you aren’t a member of Kellogg’s Family Rewards yet, you can always sign up for FREE and start collecting points to earn more great coupons.

Here are other codes that still may work:

BACKTOSCHOOL2014: 50 points

See more rewards points

    • kelle mccarthy

      For some reason this morning for the first time since I started printing coupons for redeemed points, its only letting me print one. Anyone else having this problem

      • AP

        This note was listed in the bottom before I redeemed my points for a coupon:

        **Once the Coupon Printing application is successfully installed, you will only be able to print the coupon once. Multiple uses, reproduction or duplication of the coupon is strictly prohibited.**

        • Couponer

          That’s right…”once the coupon printing app is installed (web page loads) you can print one coupon”. You cannot use that coupon multiple times like making copies or a reproduction on a copy machine. Now, unless Kellogg’s has changed something in the past couple of weeks, customarily you can print two coupons per “order”. After you print the first coupon, go back to the email link they sent you and click it to reload the web page and it should allow you to print one more. This is allowed because it is a different coupon and usually has a different code stamp or number to identify it. Try it and let me know if that works!

          • sarah

            I tried that and was unable to go back and print the coupon again. I usually am able to do that.

            • Couponer

              That’s too bad. Could it be another example of the changes companies are making in their coupon policy lately? I don’t know if it’s attributed to coupon abuse or simply because of the cost of doing business, but I do know that prices have gone up and quantity has gone down over the past few years. Company profits have been declining as consumers tighten their belts and they have no choice but to adjust. I’m not complaining because these companies that have rewards programs are giving back profits to the consumers that are loyal customers. I appreciate that because every little bit helps!

          • kelle mccarthy

            Yep, I did the same thing that I have always done and been able to print two of them and it said I had printed it the allowed amount of times and could only print the one this time. I hope it was just a fluke and the next time will be able to print two. Bummer for sure when you use 1000 points for just one coupon

    • sarah

      Same thing happened to me yesterday! Doesn’t seem fair since the coupons “cost” so many points!

    • rachel

      Where would I enter the bonus points referenced above? When I enter these in the “enter codes” line, it doesn’t seem to do anything. What am I doing wrong?

    • Sheila B

      Thanks for all the codes! I just added 335 points to my total (I had already used the last code).

    • cath


      • Ana

        Thanks Jenny and Cath :)