Table Talk at General Mills, bloggers were talking about collecting box tops. Since we were homeschooling, I never really thought about box tops (even though I remembered seeing them on packages.) This year, the boys will attend our neighborhood school, and I have already seen requests for box tops on the school website.Last summer, when I was lucky enough to attend
Blog Spark asked if I'd share some information about ways to earn extra box tops at the Kroger family of stores, as school starts back soon, and I am happy to do so!
From August 8 to August 21, when you buy any 8 participating items from a Kroger store, you will receive $4 off of your purchase. Some of the great participating brands include: Cheerios, Yoplait Yogurt, Pillsbury Cookies & Biscuits, Kleenex, Huggies, Betty Crocker Brownies, Cottonelle, and Lucky Charms.
To make it even better, you can earn bonus box tops for your schools by registering at http://www.rewardyourschool.com/. When you register, you'll automatically receive 5 bonus box tops and more custom offers to earn even more bonus box tops!
What's the big deal about box tops? That's a question I asked last summer, and the moms I was with were more than happy to share their excitement about box tops with me! Schools can turn in the box tops to General Mills and receive 10 cents for each one! Schools use these funds to help fund extra-curricular activities, purchase supplies, or fill whatever need there may be.
I have a $25 gift certificate to Kroger (or any of their family of stores -- in our areas we shop at Fry's -- but their stores include: Kroger, Ralph’s, King Soopers, City Market, Dillons, Smith’s, Fry’s, QFC, Baker’s, Owen’s, Jay C Food Stores, Hilander, Gerbes, Food4Less, Pay Less Super Markets and Scott’s Food & Pharmacy) to give away to one of my readers!
HERE to fill out the giveaway form, and make note of the review name & mandatory question listed below. Entries left in the comment section do not count towards the giveaway. All giveaway rules can be found on my "Giveaway Rules" page.
Review Name: Grocery Gift Card
Mandatory Question: Tell me your favorite extra-curricular activity
*Disclosure: General Mills, Kimberly Clark and the Kroger Family of Stores provided me with the gift card, information, and giveaway through MyBlogSpark*