29 March 2009

Disney Movie Rewards - Why You Should Join

If you've bought a Disney DVD in the last couple of years, you've probably noticed a little star-shaped logo on the package that reads, "Disney Movie Rewards" and a code printed on an included insert.  In case you're unclear how it works, you simply go to Disney Movie Rewards and set up a free account.  Then, you take those codes from the inserts and enter them.  Each code is generally worth 100 points.  Sometimes Disney runs bonus point promotions for buying new DVD's.  For instance, if you enter a code from both Bolt and Lilo & Stitch: Big Wave Edition by 21 April, you get an additional 50 points.  Also, there is a survey you can take to earn an additional 100 points (you can only take this once, though).

Anyway, you can redeem these points for different prizes.  There are iPod skins, vintage live action Disney DVD's, posters, collectible statuettes and all kinds of other Disney memorabilia.  For a dedicated Disneyphile, this is very enticing as Disney purchases effectively pay for more Disney merchandise.  If you have young kids, there are various things you can redeem for them; one prize is a personalized phone call from a Disney Princess.

It is of children that I implore you to open a Disney Movie Rewards account.  Currently, until 21 April, Disney is again offering the Disney Hospital Care Package Program redemption.  You donate 75 points; they donate a Disney DVD to a hospital for children to have available during their stay.  It's that simple.  There is a limit of 20 DVD donations,  Even if you don't have the classic animated features or the High School Musical/Hannah Montana era live action releases around the house, maybe you've got the Pirates of the Caribbean titles.  Do it for the kids, do it for me, do it for your own karma.  Do it because you've already bought the DVD and it will cost you nothing but time to donate to a worthy cause.

[I can donate another eight titles, so if you would rather send me your codes I will redeem those points for you.]

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