Live Green and Earn Points


  • tommy b. 1 year ago
  • Linda W. 1 year ago
    I am currently reading an interesting book called "Secondhand, Travels in the New Global Garage Sale" by Adam Minter, it 's about what the whole world is doing with their used junk/ I mean, merchandise!
  • Teresa M. 1 year ago
    I donated to a conservatory with points, and promptly started getting flooded with their money requests by mail. Customer service said there was no connection when I complained about the waste of paper.
  • Gerald B. 1 year ago
    I'm dedicated to recycling and I've enjoyed some of the magazines, but I've got one word for this discussion: Gift Cards!
    • Gina G. 1 year ago
      Agreed! If you go the route of placing points toward a magazine or two be ready for all sorts of spam. It takes some time to unsubscribe from many.
    • Heather H. 1 year ago Has helped reduce junk mail at my house incredibly. It’s free and I’ve been on it for about 19 years now. It nips the bud on unwanted catalogs. You do have to add offending catalogs to your list now and then if you get on a new catalog list somehow.
    • Heather H. 1 year ago
      10 years, not 19! Typo
  • Judi W. 1 year ago
    I share another's view about rewards points. Please bring back gift cards! A few years ago I snagged one to Lowes and purchased plants from the garden center. In my humble opinion, it was a great use of recycling points.
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