To get a $10 rebate from Kellogg's by mail (as well as a $70 Dell coupon), simply purchase 10 qualifying items and send circled receipts and UPC's to the address listed on the form. Purchases must be made between 7/6/2009 and 9/30/2009 all on one receipt. One per address or household.
(It's a $1 discount per item! Not including coupons!!!) Qualifying Products:
Kellogg's Cereal (10 oz or larger)
Keebler or Austin Products (8 oz or larger)
Sunshine Products (8 oz or larger)
100 Calorie Right Bites (6 ct or larger)
Eggo Products (4 ct or larger)
Kellogg's NutriGrain Cereal Bars (8 ct or larger)
Kellogg's Special K Cereal Bars (4 ct or larger)
Kellogg's Pop-Tarts (8c t or larger)
Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats (8 ct or larger)
Kellogg's Fruit Flavored Snacks (6 ct or lager)
Morningstar Farms Veggie Foods Products (5 oz or larger)
Did you know you can print coupons from Redplum.com? They've got some great ones up for July, including high-value cereal coupons and many others!
-$1.00 Eggo Bake Shop Product -$2.00 Degree Women Fine Fragrance Deodorant or Body Mist -$1.50 Pond's Wet Cleansing Towelettes -$1.00 Kellogg's Raisin Bran Cereal -$1.50/2 Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats -$0.50 Yogos Fruit Flavored Snack -$1.00 Off The Bone Homestyle Carved Lunch Meat -$1.00 Del Monte Fruit Chillers Cups or Tubes
I just read a great article this morning over at My Dollar Plan about the financial impact of little everyday purchases. The best way to find out this impact is to annualize your spendings like this:
Lunch out at work $8/day, 5 days per week = $2080 per year Cigarettes $5/pack per day = $1825 per year Morning Starbucks $5/day, 5 days per week = $1300 per year Friday Night Pizza $25 per week = $1300 per year Soda Break $1 twice per day, 5 days per week = $520 per year Cable TV $65 per month = $780 per year
Some of those numbers are shocking! So if you're trying to save an extra $1000/year, try eating out lunch only 2 days per week. It adds up! I thought this article was a good reminder for everyone. I like to keep track of my spending in a spreadsheet (because I'm obsessive compulsive like that), and it makes it a lot easier for me to see spending patterns that are unnecessary. That way I can work on eliminating them and spending more effectively.