Heads up, it’s time to check out Recyclebank again. It’s the online rewards program that offered Club Pogo rewards way back in 2010 and 2011, then later offered them only for members who participated in their curbside recycling program. If you were saving up Points in the past or want to get started, now is probably the time because there’s good news: Recyclebank has added Club Pogo rewards back into their system for all members.
If you’re not familiar with Recyclebank, it’s a web site that rewards you for taking small “green” actions in your everyday life. You’ll earn Recyclebank Points for playing informational games and quizzes on their site and recycling locally, which you can once again trade in for Club Pogo subscriptions.
Their rewards now include Club Pogo subscriptions, which can be found by searching for “Club Pogo” or browsing their “Get Rewards” section under “Entertainment and Recreation”:
3 month code: 75 Points (out of stock as of 4/13)
6 month code: 150 Points (out of stock as of 3/24)
1 year code: 250 Points (out of stock as of 3/19)
The Recyclebank site states there is a limit of one per member per year for each type of Club Pogo reward and that the codes are set to expire August 31, 2014 at 11:59:59 PM PST. Like the MyCokeRewards promotion, you can apply these rewards to current Club Pogo accounts, new accounts, or free Pogo accounts.
Tip: their captcha (the distorted image many sites require you to type in to prove you’re not a robot) can be very hard to read. Use the blue circular arrows to reload it until you find one you can read and enter easily.
Once you’ve redeemed, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to add the Club Pogo membership time to your account. In that email, click the Redeem Now link to enter in the provided code. There is no need to wait to apply the code until your membership expires, adding the time to an existing Club Pogo membership will extend your current membership time.
Note: the Recyclebank site also states this is an “exclusive offer for curbside members only”, however all Recyclebank members are currently able to view and redeem this reward. This may be a glitch, or someone may have mistakenly re-used the fine print from one of the previous promotions exclusive to curbside recyclers.
Thanks to gmugrad12 for sending in the news that these rewards were once again available!