Nature Made Rewards Program: Earn Points and Redeem for Coupons

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If you frequently buy Nature Made vitamins and supplements, you can earn points toward products or coupons through their Wellness Rewards program. Membership is free and easy to receive. Here are the steps you need to take:

– Create an account at NatureMade.com

– Once your account information is entered, click “Activate Wellness Rewards”

– Each time you purchase a Nature Made item, log in to your account and key in the special code printed on the box or label

– Once you’ve accumulated a certain amount of points, request a coupon or product to be mailed to you. They have $7 coupons available that are good on any product; you’ll just need to specify at which store you plan to redeem the coupon

Since Nature Made products go on sale all. the. time. at CVS and Walgreens, I think this is a great way to get a little bit extra on purchases you were already planning to make. You can also print coupons on the Nature Made website to save on your purchases.

For more information, you can check out the Wellness Rewards FAQ and browse the Rewards Catalog to see what’s available. As an example, $7 coupons are 500 points, Denise Austin fitness DVDs are 650 points, an eco-friendly shopping tote is 275 points, and there are plenty of other rewards available.

Thanks, Cathy!

Your turn: How often do you buy Nature Made products? Have you used their Wellness Rewards program? What do you think of it?

About Carrie Rocha

I am passionate about helping people live within their means so they can get out and stay out of debt. I live in Minneapolis, MN with my husband and two little girls.

Comments

  1. I've been using this program from Nature Made for 2 years now and it's an awesome program. Easy to use and easy to get the rewards. I always request the coupons when I turn in my points, then wait for the buy one get one free sales at my local store. The coupons are manufacture coupons and I've never had a problem using them at the grocery stores.

  2. WWWHHHOOOO! Thank you Carrie! I just bought 8 bottles at CVS yesturday for their BOGO sale with coupons! I forgot about this reward! But their you were to remaind me as always! I submitted my codes and they are mailing me a $7 coupon!

    Thank you!

  3. Thanks! I didn't know anything about this, but I had enough bottles that I am almost at enough points for the $7 coupon.

  4. I have also been using their products for a few years. I like the variety, I like the rewards – very easy to use! Plus you get coupons in two different ways – there are always coupons of some sort available on the website – but you can also 'earn' coupons that get you your product for a substantial discount.

    Finally – they just updated their website – take a look!

  5. Love this program. It was working great until they made changes after the 1st of the year to their site. They have been very helpful in getting me info so I can get it working again with my setup. Can't wait to redeem my points.

  6. So, these are coupons they mail to you rather than coupons you print, correct? I'm just checking because I have enough in my account for a $7 coupon now, but I don't have a printer at home. It would therefore be useless for me to use my points for a printable coupon. Thanks in advance!

  7. I WISH I COULD JUST GET ON THE NATURE MADE WEB SITE TO GET MY POINT LIKE I USED TO. NOW YOU'VE CHANGED THINGS AND IT STINKS..I HAVE ASKE AND ASKED FOR HELP AND GE SOSME, BUT THE NEXT TIME I TRY TO GO ON, I CAN'T. CHANGE IS GOOD FOR YOUNG, COMPUTER WISE PEOPLE, NOT OVER 75 FOR MOST OF US… BETSY SMITH

  8. Martha L. Tyler says:

    I had enough points to get a coupon for $7.00 and have not received it yet. It has been a long time and I need to know where it is.

    Please advise.

    Martha L. Tyler

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