May 5, 2002 · 4 comments

BabyMint Review – Program Closed, 2009

Please click here to join.

Date Launched: 1999

Minimum to Redeem:
Cash Out For: Check, deposit into college savings account, or deposit into another BabyMint user’s account
Earn For: Online shopping, using special BabyMint grocery coupons in-store, using BabyMint credit card, referrals

Limit One Account Per:
Resident of US or its territories of legal age according to your state


1. Some shopping rewards refer to the rebate you earn for buying a GC to that merchant from
2. Participants in Tuition Rewards (option to deposit into college savings acct rather than receiving a check) agree to receive marketing info from colleges based on student’s demographic info.
3. BabyMint pays $5 for you to sign up once you’re referred and make one purchase of any size (referrals not paid to member’s immediate family).
4. BabyMint no longer participates in the program.

Like BabyMint? You may also like LittleGrad, Upromise, or Ebates.

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alexis mack January 8, 2003 at 7:52 am

i want to learn more about babymint. i have four young children that rage from ages 2 – 8 years old. i am a single parent i need to know what i can do that will help with my childrens college education.
thank you


marina February 5, 2003 at 3:40 pm

I have just opened a 529 account for my daughter. I needed to get more information and found that my local bank representative was able to help. He described options and did the reseach necessary to find my best option for saving. We selected babymint once we had all the info.
Hope this helps….


Jennifer February 10, 2003 at 7:19 pm

I agree with marina. I just opened a 529 account in Georgia through TIAA-CREF and found BabyMint to be an awesome supplement to the money my husband and I already put in each month. Their college savings credit card is really the thing to get because you get a 1% rebate every time you use it plus more money from over 40 participating retailers like JC Penny and Eddie Bauer (2 of my favorites). My husbands parents got the card and linked it to my daighter’s 529. I love it!!!


christine beach March 8, 2003 at 10:35 am

I have three children ages 4, 4, and 5. I read that there is a college rebate credit card. Do you know who to apply for that with?


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