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Recyclebank - 35 more FREE points! = 2 FREE Coke Products!

Recyclebank is an easy way to get high value coupons!  Right now you can get 35 more points from Recyclebank!  Plus the 70 I posted about last week.  Among lots of others,  they currently have $1/1 ANY SIZE Coke Product coupons for 10 points! (down from 75 points!!)  This is while supplies last - coupon will be mailed.
You can only redeem one per day. :)  Once you redeem the points you'll see a HUGE list of Coke products you can use it on.  It takes 7 to 10 business days to get the coupon so wait for 2 liters to go on sale for less than $1 and then make sure to sign up for drinks at your next potluck! :):)

Here's how to get your points:

Sign up with Recyclebank or log in and hit the EARN POINTS tab at the top.

Take a pledge with P&G (like them on Facebook) for 10 points


Then go to Green Your Home (look for the image above) and go through the Living Room by clicking on the + signs to get 25 points.  If you haven't done the kitchen yet, do that too and see how many points you can get.

To redeem your points just click the GET REWARDS tab at the top.  There are lots of categories.  You can find the Coke coupon under Food and Beverage.

You can also earn points by sharing this with your friends!  It's an easy way to get great coupons and learn more about helping the environment!
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