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Free Cereal At Target

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Apparently I missed a little something...apparently a BIG little something... the deal on Kellogg's cereal at Target just got a lot sweeter....um, it got FREE.

Target put out a new coupon today that is $1/1 Kellogg's Cereal. Match this with the deal I posted HERE and you will get 4 boxes of cereal for FREE. You may print and use as many Target coupons as you wish for this sale..there is no imposed limit. Don't need cereal? The local food banks are quite often low on this item!

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Comments

labmonkey 5 years, 1 month ago

What would be sweeter is free cereal malt beverages.

Christina Hoffman 5 years, 1 month ago

Hyvee has a sell going on general mills cereal, by 6 get $10.00 off your order. they have boxes of chex, wheat, rice,and corn they did have cheerios too and boo cereal, for 1.77ish i got 6 boxes of cereal for $.67 plus when you buy the 6 boxes you get a $6.00 coupon off milk on your next purchase. so i got 12 boxes of cereal and 4 gallons of whole milk for less then $3.00.

Flap Doodle 5 years, 1 month ago

If you invest in some of the high-fiber offerings, don't forget to scale up your TP purchases to match.

Katara 5 years, 1 month ago

really_again (Anonymous) says…

Hyvee has a sell going on general mills cereal, by 6 get $10.00 off your order. they have boxes of chex, wheat, rice,and corn they did have cheerios too and boo cereal, for 1.77ish i got 6 boxes of cereal for $.67 plus when you buy the 6 boxes you get a $6.00 coupon off milk on your next purchase. so i got 12 boxes of cereal and 4 gallons of whole milk for less then $3.00. ~~~~~~~~~~~ Great deal! Also coupons.com has $1/2 boxes of Chex cereal for you to print so that would make it even cheaper!

runningscooter 5 years, 1 month ago

Seamus. This is a postive blog. Find somewhere else to grump.

GardenMomma 5 years, 1 month ago

Really? How much oatmeal do you get? And what is the cost per serving? Seems that cost per serving is a good way to determine "cheaper."

sundancewierdo 5 years, 1 month ago

Seamus,

Oatmeal sucks!!! Free cereal is awesome! Get over it!

kansas_o_kansas 5 years, 1 month ago

Fluoride in cereal? Cool. They can put it in EVERYTHING as far as I'm concerned.

Keith 5 years, 1 month ago

They're trying to sap our precious bodily fluids.

Katara 5 years, 1 month ago

Seamus (Anonymous) says… I just checked: the last time I purchased quick oats I paid $6 for 5 lbs. I can't speak to “cost per serving” but including the costs of brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins, it's considerably cheaper than processed foods. And that is only considering the short-term costs— who knows what a lifetime of eating corn-syrup laden Frankenfoods will bring in terms of health problems? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Oh how funny! The local health "nut" can't read labels. Neither Chex cereals nor Cheerios have the dreaded corn syrup. Plus Rice Chex is gluten-free (heads up for Celiac sufferers who miss cereals).

BTW, coupons exist for your unprocessed oatmeal. Tons of coupons out there for that type of stuff.

Think of the clipping of coupons as finger exercises. It helps with your fine motor skills and dexterity!

I have to say you and a few others who troll coupon blogs are pure comedy gold! How sad must your life be if you have to troll about coupons.

Katara 5 years, 1 month ago

Seamus (Anonymous) says… GardenMomma— are we really going to argue whether oatmeal is cheaper than factory-processed cereals? I buy mine in bulk from an Amish store and not the little pre-measured packets… ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you are buying your oatmeal from an Amish store, you are most definitely not buying local. Either that, you are spending way too much in gas driving to the nearest Amish community and are destroying our environment.

For shame, sir! For shame!

Katara 5 years, 1 month ago

JackRipper (Anonymous) says…

Not quite as sad as those who buy into corporate food and the gimmicks. When most the price of those big name cereals goes into the marketing and not the food itself who is living the sad life? Besides, everyone knows that Cheerios is just the starting cereal, before long it encourages hard cereal usage, moving up to coco puffs or fruit loops. Sure everyone thinks casual cereal usage is fine but what about the lives ruined when people move to harder cereals? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ http://img263.imageshack.us/img263/4338/633671182703057300inter.jpg

Katara 5 years, 1 month ago

Aw, I guess I shouldn't be too hard on Seamus. He just found out that his class action lawsuits aren't looking to be too successful.

http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2009/09/froot_loops_lawyer_says_his_cl.php

Loretta James 5 years, 1 month ago

HUNGRY KIDS DONT CARE IF ITS GOT CORN SYRUP IN IT. gIVE SOME TO FOOD PANTRYS

Christina Hoffman 5 years, 1 month ago

Katara, Dang it wish i would have checked the coupons to make that deal sweeter.

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