This post is sponsored by Kraft, Pepsi and General Mills. All comments and opinions are my own.
Have you had the opportunity to take advantage of the Your Recipe For Happiness program? Remember with this reward program you can earn a $5 Publix gift card when you purchase $20 in participating products. There are lots of great items to choose from so you can get just what you need to create an amazing family game night.
It’s easy to earn your perk…
- Buy $20 worth of participating products between 2/15-3/7/18
- Snap a picture of the receipt(s)
- Upload the image of the receipt(s) to www.YourRecipeForHappiness.com
- Receive the $5 Publix gift card by mail
I have found that the most important part of getting game night started is just picking the day! We are all crazy busy so if I don’t get the day set on my calendar it probably won’t happen. Once it’s on my big hall calendar there is nothing stopping the fun.
All electronics are banned from the game table and instead replaced with tasty snacks to keep everyone fueled for fun. Just pull out a board game, dice game or card game and watch as the stress of the week is replaced by smiles and laughter.
Be sure to visit the Your Recipe For Happiness program page for great recipes and ideas to get your game night off to a great start. Then stop by Publix and pick up great ingredients to help you serve up great taste for a night of fun. Pick up at least $20 in participating products and you’ll get that nice $5 gift card as an extra perk! Finally…don’t forget to have fun!
Here’s the link to the terms & conditions for this:
The idiots give you that link AFTER you’ve already submitted your first receipt, for you to only then read “Before submitting a Receipt Photo, participants must highlight the
*qualifying products on the receipt with a star or check mark. Receipt Photos must clearly show
the receipt in its entirety.”, meanwhile the site doesn’t even acknowledge that a receipt very well might not fit into a single image, much less give you the option of putting multiples images in the same submission.
I do the Kellogg’s Family Rewards program (I get tons more points from free codes than from receipts). They, too, say mark the items, but never refused a receipt if I forgot. I don’t have a cell phone, so I scan my long receipts in sections. I tried a pic with a camera once and it was unreadable. I wondered how people with longer receipts did it.
Lost instant interest just trying to find what products you need to by. My time worth more than $5