Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Kellog's Fuel for School Rebate!

There is a really neat rebate promotion going on from Kellogg's. All you have to do is purchase 10 participating Kellogg's products between July 6, 2009 and September 30, 2009 (note that all items must be purchased in the same transaction and you must send in the UPC symbols, the rebate form, and the original register receipt) and send in the rebate form and you'll receive a $10 rebate check plus a $70 coupon code from Dell.

The participating Kellogg's products are:

  • any Kellogg's Cereal (10 oz. or larger)
  • any Keebler or Austin Product (8 oz. or larger)
  • any Sunshine Product (8 oz. or larger)
  • any Eggo Product (4 ct. or larger)
  • any Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Cereal Bar (8 ct. or larger)
  • any Kellogg's Special K Cereal Bar (8 ct. or larger)
  • any Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries (8 ct. or larger)
  • any Kellogg's Reice Krispies Treats Squares (8 ct. or larger)
  • any Kellogg's Fruit Flavored Snacks (6 ct. or larger)
  • any MorningStar Farms Veggie Foods Product (5 oz. or larger)
  • any 100 Calorie Right Bites (6 ct. or larger)

Go to Kellog's.com and log in to your account, or create a new one (Remember to use your coupon/freebie email address!). Then go HERE to print of your rebate form.

Right now, with the Eggo BakeShop product deal going on at Target, one way you can complete the rebate requirements is:

Buy 10 Eggo BakeShop products at Target this week for $1.50 each
Use 8 $1/1 coupons here, here, here (or here), and here (remember, you can print form each link TWICE)
Spend $7 plus tax out of pocket
Send in your receipt, the UPC codes, and the rebate form
Get $10 rebate check from Kellogg's
Essentially, you are making $3! (not including tax and price of stamp)

The other websites post that you can use multiple computers to get even more coupons, making your OOP even less and making this even more of a money-maker, but I, personally, choose to abide by the "2 IP's per household" rule. Just my own personal preference, but should you choose to do so, you could also print more coupons from a second computer and use one coupon for each of the $10 items, which would give you another $2 off, making your OOP $5, so you'd be making $5 and getting a lot of frozen breakfast products at a great stock-up price (FREE!). If you don't need and/or want that many Eggo BakeShop products, I'm sure there will be MANY more opportunities to take advantage of the promotion, as you have the rest of the summer! If you come up with or across any other ways to take advantage of this dea, be sure to let me know! :)

Thanks to Abundant Food Savings for this info!


Post a Comment

Feel free to leave a comment! :)