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Add 150 More Kellogg’s Family Rewards Bonus Points

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Kellogg’s has more points for you!

Through April 24th, head over here, click on the Kellogg’s Family Rewards logo, log in or create a free Kellogg’s Family Rewards account, click on “Collect Points”, click on Enter Bonus Codes and enter the code EGGHUNTINGFORKFR to score 100 bonus points!

And if you haven’t already, enter the bonus code EARNSWEETREWARDS to score 50 more points!

Join Kellogg’s Family Rewards and get points when you buy Kellogg’s products in-store or online! Connect your store’s loyalty card to your KFR account and earn points automatically or just submit pictures of your receipts via email or text. Then use your points to score coupons, gift cards, Kellogg’s apparel and gear — or even chances to win vacations!

(Thanks, Benjamin & Laura!)

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Comments 16

  1. VB Vee

    Kelloggs sent an email around March 25 saying they are not going to be expiring points from inactive accounts for now. They will notify at a later date as to changes to this temporary plan.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for sharing with us! We’ll be sure to check out inboxes for that email too!

    • Guest 24

      Well, they sure took my 9218 points. Bummer. They did reinstate.. but, I got no email warning. and so, it was quite a surprise…

  2. Dollbaby's mom

    Thank you!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re so welcome! Glad you could grab the points!

  3. Lolie

    Thank you! Added to my account.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Yay! You’re welcome, Lolie!

  4. Amanda

    FYI you can also text codes to 89332

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the tip!

    • mary

      thanks – easy peasy

  5. BA

    To put in perspective, the redemption site says 8000 pts for $5 amazon GC.
    So 150 points here are worth 10c.

    • Diane

      The points towards a $1.00 off a Kellogg’s item like cereal the 150 points are worth 16.5c. The real value will come when you use these coupons to save money buying products that qualify for the Feed the Reading program that starts in May. You can order 1 book per item purchased up to 10 books per account, Last year they had great books to choose from. I was able to get board books and hardback books and I was able to ship them straight to the recipient instead of my address saving me shipping cost.
      I also donated the cereal I purchased to my local food pantry.

    • WCG

      Yeah, but seriously – folks I know have multiple KFR accounts (in fact, i know one person that has over two dozen) that all accrue points. That’s how you leverage these codes.

      • Brenda

        Nice moral compass!

  6. Elizabeth

    I have been unable to access my KFR account for a week now. When I click “Log In” it just keeps spinning. Anyone experiencing this too?

    • bob allen

      Same here. Try it on microsoft edge though and it worked.

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