Saturday, August 15, 2009

Mead Money Madness


Did you know that Mead, makers of the Trapper Keeper and Five Star Notebook, has a points program? With Mead Money Madness, you have two ways to earn points - by entering UPCs from products you have bought and by interacting with the various activities on the website. Points can be redeemed for Mead products and giftcards for stores like Barnes and Noble, iTunes, and A矇ropostale.

Like a lot of points programs, you need a large number of points before you can redeem them for anything, but the website claims that you can earn up to 800 points a month just by being active on the website. I earned 50 points for signing up for the program and 50 points for signing up for the Mead4Teachers program. I also earned 0ver 100 points in about 10 minutes by exploring the website. Sections that will earn you points are marked so that you know how many points you can earn. (Here's a hint, if the graphic says you earn 5 points, you will earn 5 for each activity in that section. So, if the section includes two demos, you will earn 10 points after watching both.)

Since I just found out about the program tonight, I'm not sure how many points you earn for each item you purchase. My one-subject notebook (that I bought from Wags for $0.99) earned me 75 points. Something important to remember about the products -- you will have to send your receipts for the products in order to redeem the points.

Points expire on February 5, and all reward forms have to be received by February 19.

I'd love to hear from anyone who has had experience with the Mead Money Madness program before!

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