Tropicana’s Juicy Rewards

19 Mar

Tropicana has been a household brand since I was a little girl. Made with 100% fruit juices and a taste families have enjoyed for years, even my own.

Tropicana recently launched its Juicy Rewards program to thank customers for choosing great taste and value.

Specially marked packages of Tropicana Orange Juice contain a code for points that you can enter when you log onto to redeem for discounts.
You can also register for the chance to win the national sweepstakes for a Yosemite Adventure.

Points can be used for discounts on purchases with Tropicana’s partners like Adidas, Coleman, and EA Sports, or for cool local activities such as a visit to the zoo or to the spa.
Each carton of Tropicana Orange Juice is worth up to $15 in savings.

In addition to providing great tasting and nutritional juice for our families, Juicy Rewards gives Moms a chance to save money.

To create your own Tropicana Juicy Rewards account:

1. Go to

2. Set up your personal Juicy Rewards account

3. Use the following code immediately after you register to receive 1 free point right from the start! MOMCE-NTRAL

4. Visit the “Enter Codes” page within the site to enter your code.

*This one-time use code is valid for new accounts ONLY. Must be entered within 6 hours of creating your account.

Here are some other fun ways to follow and fan Tropicana:
• Connect via Twitter – @TropicanaOJ
• Become a Fan on Facebook

— Until next time…Keep Dreaming Always, @iDream1

*thank you to momcentral for letting us know about this great offer*

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Posted by on March 19, 2010 in Uncategorized


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