Mentor Public Library Rewards Patrons with Local Deals

Mentor Public Library Rewards Patrons with Local Deals

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my-library-rewards-mentor-libraryMentor Public Library has partnered with nearly 40 local organizations and businesses to offer My Library Rewards, which gives library patrons the chance to earn discounts on food, recreation, gym memberships and more by checking out books, videos and other items from the library.

Using their library card number, patrons can sign up for the free program at mylibraryrewards.com. Anytime that patron checks out an item from Mentor Public Library — whether it’s a book, video game, or movie — they will receive 10 points. Patrons can earn up to 100 points each week. Next, the patron can “spend” those points to receive discounts and even free services at local businesses.

The library has already teamed with nearly 40 local organizations and businesses that are offering more than 60 different deals, including:

  • For 200 points, patrons can get a free movie ticket when they buy one at regular price at Atlas Cinemas (both at Great Lakes Mall and Diamond Centre locations.)
  • For 300 points, library patrons can get a free one-week family pass from Lake County YMCA.
  • Also for 300 points, a patron can get $10 off a ticket to any Fine Arts Association production for the 2016-17 season (except for holiday productions).

Patrons also can earn discounts on oil changes for their cars, art classes, personal trainers, frozen yogurt, tandem skydiving, gym memberships, cooking classes, pizza, pedicures, candle making, yoga, computer repairs, guitar lessons, cosmic bowling, karate classes and more.

For a full list of deals, visit mylibraryrewards.com and enter Mentor’s zip code, 44060, in the search bar. Patrons can claim the deals online or by using the MyLibraryRewards app, which is free from Google Play and the Apple App Store.

About the author

Denise Koeth is managing/digital editor of Northeast Ohio Parent. She writes for and assists with production of the print magazine, as well as manages digital content on the NortheastOhioParent.com website and oversees the brand’s social media activity. Denise grew up in Northeast Ohio and she and her husband are currently raising their two boys here.

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