When you open your cabinets at home do you find Frosted Flakes, Fruit Loops, or Pop-Tarts?
How about Eggos in the freezer?
What if I told you that there is a program that rewards you for shopping Kellogg’s products?
Well, there actually is such a program.
It is known as Kellogg’s Family Rewards.
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Some of these products include:
- Your favorite breakfast cereals,
- All flavors of Pop-Tarts,
- Keebler products,
- Townhouse products,
- and all Special K products.
Chips, crackers, cookies, energy bars, even waffles, and pancakes are included in this awesome program.
If you keep any of these things in your home the Kellogg’s Family Rewards (KFR) may be worth checking into, but let us make it easy for you.
We are going to go over how to sign-up, get rewards, and what everyone is saying about this program.
How to get started
Joining the program is very easy.
- Step 1: Visit https://www.kelloggsfamilyrewards.com/ and click on the “Join Now” button (top of the page).
- Step 2: On the next 2 pages, enter your info (email, password, name, address, etc).
- Step 3: Receive your 100 free bonus points just for joining.
- Step 4: Start earning rewards!
The next thing to do is to buy some Kellogg’s products.
Once you have made purchases there are a few different ways to put the points onto your account.
Crediting your Account
Once you have a receipt with Kellogg’s products on it you will need to send them to your account.
You have a few options to do this.
- Send it in via text. Take a photo with your phone and text it to 89332. You will then receive a text confirmation.
- Load points on your smartphone. Go to KFR.com and log on. You can then upload a picture of your receipt.
- Send in your receipt by email. Scan in a photo of your receipt and send it to [email protected]. You should use your account number as the email subject.
- As old-fashioned as it as, you may also mail in your receipts. There is a form available on KFR.com to download. You will be asked about your account email and number and how many receipts you are mailing. Send your receipt to Kellogg’s Mail In Program, PO Box 510317, Milwaukee, WI 53203.
Kellogg’s does have a couple of rules when you take photos of your receipts which is by far the easiest way to credit your account.
The photos you take must include the entire receipt including all four corners.
You can use up to five photos to send in a single, long receipt.
You can also put more than one receipt in a photo as long as all 8, 12, or 16 corners are viewable.
Another option to load point onto your account is linking your grocery loyalty card directly onto your KFR account. This stops you from having to manually enter your receipts as KFR automatically takes the information from your grocery loyalty program.
A list of grocers who participate in this program include:
- Farm Fresh,
- Food Lion,
- Fresh Market,
- Piggly Wiggly,
- Rite Aid,
- Stop & Shop,
- as well as many other of your local favorites.
To add your grocery loyalty membership to your KFR account go to the website and log on.
Join Opinion Outpost. It is a fun panel with a lot of interesting surveys. And it rewards you well!
You can then search your area for participating groceries.
Once you select a location you will have to add your grocery loyalty account number.
Once you have added your loyalty card it may take up to seven days to add points to your account once a purchase has been made.
You may add up to 11 grocery loyalty cards to your account.
You can also earn 100 bonus points for adding your first loyalty card.
Be sure to log in your account even if you are using grocery loyalty cards. After 90 days of not logging in Kellogg’s will deactivate your account and you will have to reopen it. You may lose points in this process as well.
Just how many points do I earn?
The thing to remember when thinking about earning is the more you spend the more you earn.
Now that you are signed up and know how to get the points on your account it may be helpful for you to know exactly what each product is worth.
The following is a list of the big sellers but doesn’t nearly cover the entire list so be sure to check it out for yourself.
- Fruit Loops – 30-150 points
- Frosted Flakes – 30-250 points
- Corn Flakes– 30-150 points
- Frosted Mini-Wheats– 30-250 points
- Raisin Bran (and Crunch)– 30-250 points
- Rice (and Cocoa) Krispies -30-150 points
- Any flavor Pop-Tart – 60-150 points
- Eggo Buttermilk Pancakes– 100-260 points
- Eggo Waffles– 80-260 points
- Club Crackers– 90-200 points
- Krispy Saltines– 120-200 points
- Austin Peanut Butter Crackers– 90-200 points
- Cheez-It products– 90-150 points
- E L Fudge cookies– 120 points
- Famous Amos cookies– 20-300 points
- Keebler Cookies– 70-150 points
As you could have guessed, the larger the package the more points you earn.
For example, if you buy the regular size Frosted Flakes you can earn 100 points but if you buy the 53.6 oz twin pack will earn 250 points.
Free Kellogg’s Family Rewards Codes
Like most other similar programs, with this one, you can also find bonus codes here and there without actually buying anything.
So they are basically free codes that earn you points.
You get these codes in emails, texts and social posts that can be redeemed for KFR points.
Sometimes you can also find them on coupon sites like RetailMeNot.
As with most other codes, they last for a limited time, so once you find one, be sure to apply it to your account before it expires.
Here are a few current (at the time of writing this post) bonus codes:
- LUCKYKFRBONUSPTS (50 points)
- FEBRUARYPOINTS4U (100 points)
- SPRINGFORWARDPTS (100 points)
- UGOTTALOVEABONUS (100 points)
There are a few ways you can enter these codes.
You can either do it by logging in to your account and entering the code in the appropriate box (look for “Enter 16-digit code here“.)
You can also enter by sending a text message.
Once you have collected some points, you are ready to turn them in for some prizes.
Rewards cost anywhere from 5 points to 65,000 points.
A few examples of rewards and how many points they cost are:
- 5 points– worksheets and coloring sheets for kids. The worksheets are grade specific so you know your child will have fun with them and be able to complete them.
- 100 points– 10% any item in the Kellogg’s store
- 850 points– $1 off coupon available for cereal, cereal bars, Keebler cookies, Eggos, Cheez-It products, Pop-Tarts, or Pringles.
- 2,000 points– One-Day rental from Redbox
- 6,500 points– Footlocker or Papa John’s $5 e-gift card
- 7,500 points– $5 e-gift card to either Starbucks, iTunes, Lowe’s, Domino’s, Nike, Best Buy, Applebee’s, American Eagle Outfitters, Buffalo Wild Wings, Chili’s, JC Penny, or Barnes and Noble. Also, you can get an Indestructibles Baby Book or a Clinch Bag.
- 8,000 points– $5 e-gift card to Amazon, Walmart, or Target, multiple children’s books, or books of recipes.
- 12,500 points– Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes, Rice Krispies or Fruit Loops vintage keepsake box or a stemless, personalized wine glass from Shutterfly.
- 15,000 points– $10 egift card to Sephora, AMC Theatres, Old Navy, or Children’s Music shop as well as a Minnie Mouse or Vera Bradley tote or an Easy-as-Pie cookbook.
- 18,000 points– either a lunch box, a necklace and earring set from Diane Katzman or a party foods cookbook.
- 19,500 points– a Diane Katzman necklace or a set of four Scholastic books for the little ones.
- 32,000 points– a Life in Motion cargo box
- 65,000 points– Tony the Tiger (vintage style) ceramic tea set
This is just part of the whole rewards list. Be sure to check it out when you get signed in. This will help you decide what you want to start saving up for.
Promotions and other events will become available to you after you join. These can include anything from cash prizes to vacations. Some you will have to spend points on and others you can enter for free, or will be entered automatically.
KFR versus Box Tops
Kellogg’s has a long history of giving things away.
In fact, they were the first company to put prizes in cereal boxes.
That being said, Kellogg’s has recently made a change in the program that has made them unable to give back to schools.
Members used to be able to use their points to donate directly to the school of their choice.
Meanwhile, the comparable BoxTops program has donated $868 million since 1996.
Unfortunately, this part of Kellog’s’ program ended on August 31, 2017.
All of the money that was promised for education was paid out on that day.
Since then, no one has been able to donate to schools using KFR.
As far as we know, Kellogg’s is actively seeking to create or find a new program that would allow its members an opportunity to give back to the school district in their area.
Any further questions should be answered by visiting the FAQs page of the program and searching for school donations.
Review by other users
You can probably already tell that KFR is a great way to earn rewards and freebies for you and your family.
All you have to do is keep buying the Kellogg’s products you already do.
But what is everyone else saying about KFR?
Busy mothers and fathers love that you can text in your codes for redemption.
You used to have to log onto the website, enter your information, and then enter your code. Who has time for that?
Users of this program have described it as an easy way to earn free stuff.
Most say the hardest part is remembering to put in their redemption codes when they have purchased a Kellogg’s product. REMEMBER to enter your codes!!
Rewards members love that they can link their grocery store loyalty card to their KFR account because it saves them so much time.
Another bit of advice users offer is the fact that gift cards may not be the things to go for.
Gift cards, for example, cost a lot of points (like 66 boxes of cereal worth). After spending $2 or $3 per box of cereal you’ve had anywhere from $130-$200 tied up in a $5 gift card. You may be better off to redeem your points on coupons or other prizes.
Reward members also say that Kellogg’s does a great job of giving out bonus points to its users. The word on the street is that most bonus points come around the holidays.
The main point that users bring up is how great this program is for their children.
- Most prizes are geared towards kids.
- In addition to having the answers to their puzzles on packages, Kellogg’s also offers other games and worksheets for youngsters.
Is it worth it?
Overall, KFR is an awesome program for families.
You can get free stuff just for buying things you more than likely already buy.
The rewards for children are both educational and fun. Kids everywhere will love them.
As for you, there is a chance to earn free money either in coupons or gift cards. You can also get some pretty cool stuff for yourself and chances to win even more stuff.
Since most people that have children, and even those that don’t, keep cereal and Poptarts in their cabinets anyway, you might as well join.
Joining Kellogg’s Family Rewards program is basically a no-brainer way to earn rewards for buying things that you already buy anyway.