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How to Earn More Points

PromoEARN 10X POINTS Mon-Thurs and 4X POINTS Fri-Sun when you dine at Aburi Sushi. Submit receipts by February 28.

PromoEARN 4X POINTS at these stores February 1-28: Animal Ride Adventures, The Candy Shop, Cellplanet, Fancy, Fragrance Center, Geeky Mamas, IC 20/20, Joy Reflexology, Lucky Body, Jewlez, Lucky Gold and Silver, Mastercuts, Milano Shoes, Omi Salon, Vans, Watchland, Win Lose Or Draw

EARN EXTRA CREDIT

  • 100 POINTS on Facebook.
    Like facebook.com/BuenaParkDowntown then make a comment with Promoyour school name on the Brain Power Mania logo post to earn 100 points. Limit one per facebook fan per month.
  • 100 POINTS per pound of food
    donated to the “We’ve PromoGot Your Back” program at Giving Children Hope. Bring your donations to the Customer Service Center. Most needed items: Pasta, canned meats, mac ‘n cheese, rice and beans. Please no glass items. Only items that can be used in the backpack program will count for points. Baby food and expired items cannot be counted toward program points.

PromoEARN 2,500 POINTS when you donate blood. Friday, February 23. Click here to make an appointment.

 


How do I credit my receipts for my school?

It's easy to help your school win $250 to $2,500. Just shop at Buena Park Downtown between August 15, 2017 and April 30, 2018 and bring your receipts to the Customer Service Booth, located near GNC. Your school earns at least 10 points per dollar spent.

How many points does my school have?

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Ongoing Bonus Points Offers

“We’ve Got Your Back” Food Drive
In partnership with Giving Children Hope, Buena Park Downtown collects food to support the “We’ve Got Your Back” program, which feeds hungry children in our schools. Your school earns 100 points for each pound of food donated. Brain Power Mania participants have donated approximately 153,615 pounds of food and beverages to support this cause. Visit gchope.org to learn more.

Donate to the Red Cross
Earn 2,500 points per person. Donating blood is a simple thing to do, but can make a big difference in the lives of others. The American Red Cross is hosting blood drives now at Buena Park Downtown located on the lower level in the Walmart wing. Click here to make an appointment.

Ewaste Recycling
Free Electronic Waste Recycling throughout the year in the parking lot behind Walmart. Earn 2,000 points for CRT Monitors, TVs, Laptops and Computers. All other electronic waste will be accepted for safe disposal, but no additional points will be given. There is a $5.00 processing fee for all Microwave Ovens. Items NOT accepted: Refrigerators, Washer and Dryers, Fluorescent Light Bulbs and Household Batteries. Visit buenaparkdowntown.com/events to learn about upcoming e-waste collections.

Social Media Points
Like at facebook.com/BuenaParkDowntown then make a comment with your school name on the Brain Power Mania post to earn 100 points. Limit one per facebook fan per month.

 

How to log receipts

Shop and log receipts from Buena Park Downtown August 15, 2017 and April 30, 2018 to support your school. Bring your original cash register receipts to the Customer Service Booth, located near GNC to earn at least ten points per dollar spent. Receipts will be noted for your school and returned to you.

How to log E-Receipts online

We have a simple way for you to credit your E-Receipts that have been sent to you by your Buena Park Downtown retailer via email, text or app in lieu of a cash register receipt. Just click the big red button on your left to get started.

 


More About Brain Power Mania

Buena Park Downtown has contributed $251,000 to local schools in the Brain Power Mania program, which began in 1999. Brain Power Mania rewards 25 elementary schools and will contribute another $14,500 to local schools this year to support school and classroom projects.