As I was clicking my "Get Points" link at Recyclebank.com today, I realized that many of you may be missing out on this dandy little website. I discovered Recyclebank a couple of years ago. Every week, I have the opportunity to earn points simply because I recycle. The points add up over time and I can redeem them for money saving coupons, magazine subscriptions, and more.
|I'm looking forward to reading this magazine. One-year subscription -- 240 points|
You can earn points a couple different ways. Each week, when you report your recycling, you earn 10 points. But you can also earn points for watching environmental videos, which are both educational and entertaining, or by reading articles. Some examples include: How Can I Clean Recyclables Without Wasting Water, How Do I Recycle an Old Flag, and DYI Diversions (all about upcycling).
|I just ordered this U-Konserve icepack with a sweat-free cover made of recycled plastic bottles. 1500 points|
Currently, I have close to 5,000 points. With that, I can trade them in for discounts on products at OneTwine.com or on a huge variety of dollars off coupons for meals, movie tickets, massages, home goods, etc. Plus, I can use them to buy gift cards, receive free digital and print magazine subscriptions, or make a donation to The Nature Conservancy.
|I ordered a $10 JCPenney gift card, too. 2500 points|
It's a win-win for everyone. Have you signed up yet? After ordering the above three items, I still have 614 points. Next week, I'll have even more.
This is one program I wholeheartedly award two green thumbs up! Give it a try and see what you think. And please note, this is not a sponsored post and there are no affiliate links. I'm sharing this info simply because I think you could benefit from it. Click here to get started.