Hobbies Contests Easy Ways to Get Free Coke Codes Get Free Coke Codes to Redeem for Sweepstakes Entries, Discounts, and More Share PINTEREST Email Print Contests Basics FAQs HGTV & Scripps PCH Taxes & Finances Tips and Tricks Dream Vacations Win Money Win Electronics Home and Garden Lotteries Win Vehicles Jewelry and Clothing Types of Contests Creative Contests Scams Learn More By Sandra Grauschopf Writer University of Maryland Sandra Grauschopf has been working in the contests industry since 2002. She is a passionate sweeper, with tens of thousands of dollars worth of prize wins to her name, and she has been sharing advice about how to be a winner for over a decade. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Sandra Grauschopf Updated April 29, 2021 Many people ignore the advertising found on many Coke bottles and packages. However, Coke codes are valuable. You can exchange them for sweepstakes entries, redeem them for special product discounts, and get free drinks. You can even donate them to your child's school or other charities. Check out the offers page at Coke.com to see the current opportunities. The classic way to get Coke codes is by purchasing participating products — but if you don't buy a lot of soda, you won't be able to redeem as many offers as you'd like. Luckily there are some free ways to get your hands on codes. Here are some tips to get free Coke codes without paying a cent: 01 of 06 Ask Friends and Family Members to Save Their Coke Codes Some people don't want to bother with redeeming their Coke codes, regardless of how great the rewards are. If you have friends or family members who feel that way, ask them if they wouldn't mind saving them for you rather than throwing them away. 02 of 06 Salvage Free Coke Codes from Litter or the Trash It's not unusual to see a Coke bottle lying on the side of the road or next to a path in your local park. Do a good deed and pick up that bottle, and you'll make the planet a cleaner place while getting a free chance to win. If the bottle is already in the trash (and it's not too gross!), you can take the cap with you to score a free code, or you can use your smartphone to add the code to your account on the spot. 03 of 06 Follow Coca Cola on Social Media Coca-Cola occasionally rewards their Twitter and Facebook followers with free codes. If you're on social media, follow Coke on Twitter or Facebook for your chance to get free codes, notices about new offers, and more. 04 of 06 Get Coke Codes at Coupon and Deal Sites Sometimes, you can find codes and offers for free Coke codes at your favorite online coupon sites. Try RetailMeNot's Coke Rewards section to get started. Deal sites may also have offers for reduced prices on Coca-Cola products, making it less expensive to get codes with purchase. 05 of 06 Set Up Google Alerts for Free Coke Rewards Points Google Alerts is a free and easy way to get notifications about topics that interest you. That link above tells you how to set up alerts on your name to be notified about sweepstakes wins (something I heartily recommend, by the way!). But you can follow the same steps to get notified about free Coke Rewards codes offers. Get a handy email anytime new opportunities to get free points arise? Sure, why not! Some suggestions for terms to set up alerts for include: Free Coke codesSweepstakes + Coke codesCoca-Cola Points You might want to play around with the keywords a little bit to figure out what works best for you. 06 of 06 Enter Sweepstakes from Third Parties to Win Free Codes Coca-Cola and its partners occasionally run sweepstakes with free My Coke Rewards points as prizes. For example, McDonald's Monopoly Game has given away tens of thousands of free MCR points in the past, as have other sweepstakes from fast food chains that sell Coke products. Keeping an eye out for these giveaways is a fun way of getting more points for free. And who knows, you might win other great prizes while you're at it. With so many ways to get Coke codes for little or no cost, there's no excuse not to collect them. What will you win for the small amount of effort of collecting codes from Coca-Cola?