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Kellogg’s Bonus Bucks

Posted on Thursday, October 1st, 2009 at 7:14 pm
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Kellogg’s has a new unlimited offer out now.  It’s called the $10 Bonus Buck offer.  Buy 3 specially marked packages of Kellogg’s cereal,  get a $10 bonus buck certificate toward purchases at  participating retailers.  Enter the codes online at  They’ll mail you the certificate about 6 weeks later.

Participating cereals are Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Frosted Mini Wheats, and Raisin Bran.  The codes are printed INSIDE the specially marked packages.

Finding the specially marked packages will be the trick.  You will probably make out well with this deal and coupons. Enter three codes at one time on line in order to claim your certificate.

To redeem the bonus bucks, you can find a list of participating retailers here. Find a movie to go to for free at  Other certificates can be redeemed for sports, books, or electronics, and there are a variety of retailers. Jewel-Osco,  KMart, Walmart, Target, Food Emporium, A & P, Albertson’s, Barnes & Noble, Waldenbooks, Borders are just a few of the stores.

This is a chance to add to your stockpile of cereal, and buy some extras.   This is an awesome deal, easy to redeem online.  Imagine, eating breakfast at home can help you get out more to the movies, or make that ipod or that book or those special shoes for sports a bit cheaper.  And this is a very easy certificate to redeem.

You can download coupons for Frosted Mini Whats from Red Plum now.  You have until September 30, 2010 to use your codes, and the certificates expire November 30, 2010.

We’ll keep you up to date on how you can redeem the certificates, if they can be used for anything in the store and if they can be combined for one big ticket item.

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