My Coke Rewards: Limit ONE Free Coke 12pk Coupon

1It looks like My Coke Rewards has changed the limit to 1 Free Coke 12pk coupon per person.  The website is being slammed but I was able to get one.

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  • DMC December 11, 2012, 21:42

    I like how they made me stay up this freaking late … and then LIED about four being the limit. I racked up points just to get the four limit. This is totally corrupt! I am reporting them to the attorney general… this is completely DECEPTIVE and a way to get people to buy more product to get the 120 points, as I did!

    • Gaby December 12, 2012, 06:51

      Cry me a river! No one forced you to buy more product to collect points. I’m happy with my 1 coupon.

      • DMC December 12, 2012, 06:56

        Hey that’s great if you love being frauded, by the majority of people don’t like that and it’s ILLEGAL to do. Deceptive advertising is against the law, and in orer to get the promotion THAT WAS ADVERTISED AS LIMIT OF FOUR … YES YOU HAD TO BUY PRODUCT.

        • Gaby December 12, 2012, 07:19

          What I meant is no one forced you to collect more points. You’re the one who wanted to get more points for more coupons. I’d be pissed off too but life is to short to overreact over something like this. I have better things to worry about than this. Why not act like this over real injustice and all of the crap that is going around in the world.

          • DMC December 12, 2012, 07:48

            I don’t think you understand what false advertising means. No company ever forces anyone to buy their products, but if you tell people that they will get a special bonus in order to get them to buy your products, and then you do not honor that reward as stated, that is FALSE ADVERTISING – and it is ILLEGAL.

          • Katie December 12, 2012, 08:00

            You actually didn’t have to buy any products…throughout the year they had free bonus points that I racked up around 270 points from. Based on your reaction, I’m assuming you recently ran out of soda and are on caffeine withdrawal, hence your unnecessary rant on someone’s blog. LOL @ you, DMC. How embarrassing.

  • DMC December 12, 2012, 06:56

    Hey that’s great if you love being frauded, by the majority of people don’t like that and it’s ILLEGAL to do. Deceptive advertising is against the law, and in orer to get the promotion THAT WAS ADVERTISED AS LIMIT OF FOUR … YES YOU HAD TO BUY PRODUCT.

  • DMC December 12, 2012, 07:43

    I just filed a complaint on the FTC website – https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/

    This is what I sent:
    The company used their rewards site (http://www.mycokerewards.com) to offer a promotion in which you had to buy their products to obtain enough points to get the promotions that they offered. They had “12 Days of Rewards” and on December 12th, they stated that you could get a coupon for a free 12 pack of coke by using 30 points, and they stated at the very start of the promotion that the limit was FOUR. So I bought their products and added in the points so that I had 120 points to get the FOUR coupons, but when I logged into their site to redeem my points at midnight on December 12th, the company changed the promotion to a limit of one 12 pack coupon. This was blatant false advertising done solely to boost their sales and get people to buy more product in order to obtain 120 points. If they put out a promotion that requires people to buy product, then they should honor that promotion and not change it the very day the promotion needs to be honored.

  • DMC December 12, 2012, 08:02

    Ah… so you protect companies that falsely advertise and shun people who stand up against it. Lovely.