Although I've always been an avid campaigner for people to save their Coke Rewards and I've used them for my niece and nephew and a couple of times for myself to get things, I'm starting to reconsider. A month ago I received an email from Coke stating they have heard our cries and they are giving us what we want. They are making it easier for us to get our coke rewards into the system and they have decided to remove the limit to the number of codes you can enter in a day. Before you could enter 10 codes of any denomination. Meaning either 3 point caps or 10 point cartons. So you could enter up to 10 per day and no more. That means if they were 3 point caps your max in a week was 210 points and if you entered all cartons at your max you could enter 700 points per week. So Coke did what it promised as far as removing the daily limit, but what the email didn't tell you is that they imposed a point limit for the week. Yep, they put their new system in and decided that 120 points is the max for the week and it resets every Monday at midnight. So instead of making things better for it's consumer as they stated they were doing - they made if worse. A Lot worse and almost to the point that it makes one wonder why bother. Maybe I should defect back to Pepsi. Ah, but Pepsi upsets my stomach, so there is the rub. I'm not a math wizard, but I can see that Coke didn't do anything but hurt it's consumers on their promotional gimmick in their favor. I wouldn't mind if they said for the sake of the fact that we're under an economical crunch we are having to impose a limit, but give me a break, doing it for us? I don't think so. Coke better wise up. It's consumers are not stupid and they don't really appreciate the lie. Just my opinion though. What is yours?