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Free Cereal Samples!

Posted on Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 at 2:50 pm
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Are you ready to fill that mailbox with lots of goodies? There are some nice ones this week, concerning free cereal. Free cereal is one of my favorite free samples, because it make a great snack for the kids.

Just remember that cereal samples, like magazine subscriptions, tend to go fast.

So, let us see what we have going on for today.

Get a free sample of Total Blueberry Pomegranate Cereal

Just fill out a short form and you’ll get your sample in the mail in just a few weeks. You’ll be asked if you want to sign up for newsletters, but you can opt out of them.

How about a free sample of Fiber One Cereal?

Just fill out a short form to get a Fiber One Cereal sample plus $5 in coupons. It is a double freebie! I have found that Fiber One makes the best raisin bran muffins. Making muffins for breakfast is so economical and tasty!

…And a free sample of Fiber One Caramel Delight Cereal?

Walmart is also offering some free Fiber One, only this sample is for a new flavor. It certainly looks very yummy. This might be a nice way to get a little sweetness with your fiber.

Free sample of new Curves Cereal

Ooh, a cereal that might actually help me with a fitness plan. You can get your free sample of the new Curves cereal when you sign up for Curves email newsletter called, “Eat Better America.”

And don’t forget that you can get some more free samples of cereal and other products when you sign up for Quality Health.

Enjoy them all!

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