Toys of the Eighties, Kool-Aid Points
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Point system on the back of Kool Aid packages. Collecting and sending points in allowed kids and parents the option to order items ranging from Kool Aid cups and pitchers to Kool aid burst transistor radios. A similar point system was shortly available for Nestle Quik, although they were in dollar format, and allowed for slightly cooler prizes such as the Quik Rabbit himself (plush version)
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robbrina(aka robbi) - March 03, 2009 - Report this comment
I guess that was what the wacky wearhouse commercials were all about huh?

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