Does your family buy Kellogg products? If you do, and you do not yet belong to Kelloggs Family Rewards then you are missing out on some money saving offers. Click here to sign up. Basically, when you either upload your store loyalty card OR for stores without loyalty cards you can upload receipts, you earn points for all of the Kellogg products you purchased. They also have opportunities to redeem special bonus codes for more points. Sometimes there are double points or bonus points for redeeming receipts/ cards with specific items (like a particular type of cereal or cookie) While they have lots of cool options for redeeming points, I strictly redeem mine for coupons. One example: quite often you can find a “buy any 3 Kellogg cereals get $1 off” coupon in the Sunday paper. BUT , In Kellogg Family rewards you can redeem points for a coupon for ” $1 off ONE box of cereal” These are high value coupons that can really help your budget. So why this post? There’s a BONUS CODE- I just used it so I know it’s working as of tonight. Enter: KFRMOMSLUVPOINTS into the “enter a code” section and get an extra 100 points!
Some of the local stores are already advertising their Back To School Deals: (NOTE: I’ve only included deals that appear to last into September 2015 so that this post is relavant for the entire “school shopping season”. You may find weekly deals that are better- but I don’t always have time to drop everything and hit the weekly sales at […]
Do you live in a state with Meijer stores? If so check your mperks account! (if you don’t have one… get one! I’ve saved well over $1000 on groceries so far this year with the help of mperks. It’s a simple program that saves tons of money. Essentially- you have an account where you clip digital coupons. You enter that […]
I’m not sure about you … but I love a great deal! I do use coupons, sometimes as many as 20 or more on my weekly grocery purchase. As a busy mom of 2 I’m always looking to cut my grocery bill somewhere. Recently, I started looking around for information on HOW those extreme couponers get SO MANY coupons of some specific items. I do use great sites like Coupon Mom ( http://www.couponmom.com/ ) to find printable coupons, but typically the coupon limit is 2 prints per computer. Well, I only own one computer. In all of my research I found listings for a couple of sites that offer coupon services. Essentially, they purchase gobs of weekend coupon inserts from the distribution companies that send them out to be included in your Sunday newspaper. They clip those coupons and provide them for sale on their sites. Typically, the handling fee they charge is the handling fee on the coupon, that stores receive for their trouble of submitting the coupons for refund. At the time I was doing this research, a coupon was available for something we use all the time- an all natural, no preservative lunchmeat. The coupon cost was $0.08 each so I bit the bullet and ordered 6 of them, along with a few other coupons I thought I might use. After shipping it cost about $1.60 total and would have saved me over $5. I felt like […]