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My Coke Rewards Has Changed

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My Coke Rewards is a program that rewards Coca Cola brand drinkers with rewards. They’ve recently come out with changes to their program that have expanded the program and made it easier to use.

Enter codes & redeem points on your mobile device

Members can enter codes and redeem points directly from mobile devices. This makes it more easy than ever to grab the code of your can, bottle or case of Coca Cola and enter it through your mobile device.

New participating brands

The list of participating brands is large. So if you aren’t sure if your Coca Cola product qualifies, just click on the participating brands link here.

My Coke Rewards

New ways to earn Bonus Points

Are you ever torn if you should go with Diet Coke, Regular Coke or Coke Zero? I am. Now you can take the conscience out of the equation with bonus points as the deciding factor.

Coke Bonus Points

New Rewards and Sweeps

They’ve added some new rewards to the oldies but goodies. There are a ton of new items including a Nascar 2014 weekend, designer sunglasses, digital entertainment codes, subway gift cards, and even Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights tickets. But the $2 Amazon MP3 credits are most interesting to me.

Coke Rewards Catalog

Bottom Line

The My Coke Rewards changes make it easier to enter your points and redeem them through mobile devices, expand the brands that participate, add a few new ways to earn bonus points and add new rewards and sweepstake opportunities.

Do you participate in My Coke Rewards, or are do you prefer that other drink? The age old question, but I know the answer if you are from the south, Coke or Pepsi?

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  • Mike September 19, 2013, 9:48 am

    Looks the same to me.

  • DaninSTL September 19, 2013, 10:32 am

    It hasn’t changed tht much and in fact they haven’t had very good redemptions lately. It used to be about every other month you could redeem for IHG hotel points and once in awhile for hhonors points, etc. that seems to have slowed to a stop lately.
    I also don’t know why they don’t offer delta points. It just would make sense to me due to past partnerships.

  • Judy Jones September 19, 2013, 10:43 am

    I agree, i loved getting the IHG points and Delta miles so much i was raiding the neighbors recycle bins, now they are rarely on the site, so i no longer bother. The sweepstakes are a waste of points. I am drinking Pepsi for a while now…..

  • James K. September 19, 2013, 11:27 am

    Dumping IHG, Hilton, Southwest, and Hertz has made me much less of an active participant. I’ll enter codes here and there, but I’m waiting on something good

  • Vicente September 19, 2013, 11:32 am

    It has been years since there were Delta points offered. The hotel deals at the highest points value are the best deal IMO. I save up points (currently at 1,500) laying in wait for these to appear again. I expect Hilton will roll around again before the end of the year. Also Fuel Rewards Network points a few times saved me money at the local pump, I’ve also scored sometimes certificates for free sandwiches, drinks, etc. off the Instant Win contests. It’s about on the level of E-Miles/E-rewards, It’s not the most efficient way to accumulate points. But I work in a big office and people drop caps on my desk, hey entering codes on my phone is something I can do when otherwise idle.

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