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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Bonus Box Tops For Education & Kroger $25 Giftcard Giveaway

If you have school age kids you probably clip box tops or have at least heard of the idea. My oldest just barely started school, so I didn't really know much about it. General Mills, through MyBlogSpark recently provided information about a great new way to help out your neighborhood schools! It’s hard to believe that the simple act of clipping Box Top coupons has raised over $300 million for our kids’ schools. Now you can earn even more money for the school of your choice because from now through March 18, the Kroger Family of Stores is giving you the chance to get even more Bonus Box Tops.



Here's how it works: All you have to do is register at www.RewardYourSchool.com and select the personalized offers that you would like to receive.

Once you register, you will automatically receive 5 Bonus Box Tops for your school of choice just for signing up! You will also receive custom offers for bonus box tops for purchasing participating General Mills products. The offers you select will then load onto your Kroger Shopper Card to be redeemed once you purchase the items. The great part is there’s no clipping! The Bonus Box Tops will automatically go straight to your chosen school. Just remember to scan your card when purchasing the participating items.


Recently, General Mills, through MyBlogSpark, provided me with a gift card to any Kroger store (which is Fry's, in my neck of the woods) to check out how it works. It's so easy. It takes less than 5 minutes to register on www.rewardyourschool.com, and even easier to just buy the items.You get to choose which school the box top credit will go to. And then pick up those items during you next shopping trip. The website even provides a "shopping list" of products to choose from. Nice!


General Mills, through MyBlogSpark, has also provided me with a $25 Kroger gift card to give away! So, wanna win? You have three chances:
1. Leave a comment in response to this post.
2. Go register at
www.rewardyourschool.com (seriously, less than 5 minutes) Come back and leave a comment telling me you did it.
3. Blog (or tweet or facebook or whatever you do) about this giveaway. Come back and leave a comment.

And yes, you can do all three to increase you chances for winning! This giveaway closes
Tuesday, March 9th at 11:59pm.

19 comments:

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}

I don't have children, but I think the Box Tops for Education program is a simple way to contribute to children's educations and provide much-needed supplies :) I enrolled long ago and share my box tops with families who have school-age children. *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}

I registered at www.rewardyourschool.com
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Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}

Shared the giveaway on Facebook
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Rebecca Graham

I am going to be more careful about remembering to save my box tops for my local school to help them out.

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Amy

My cousin's school used to do this...i think it is great!! Stuff seems to cost so much these days and not only are individuals pockets hurting for money, but so are our state and local govs. who provide funding for our schools. This is such a great program to help ensure our kids have the tools they need for a great education. Thanks for sharing!!!

Scott and Jenna

I guess we should start saving box tops as well! Hope I win :)

Scott and Jenna

By the way, your Etsy finds were fabulous. I sent them all of to Scott with a wink wink and a nudge nudge ;)

Jill Manning

I love the idea of Box Top. I get excited to see if anything that I bought that week has a Box Top, its like a grown up version of finding the prize in the cereal box...which I still excited about that too. What a great giveaway Christie, thanks!

Matt & Kristin

My SIL work at a preschool, so I clip these for her to take. I'm sure when my kids are old enough, I will send the tops to school with them! It's easy and a great way to support schools without spending additional money!

Abigail

I have just recently started clipping the tops of cereals and muffins and pretty much everyhting I buy. I was so surprisied at how many things have the box tops on them. So now I am an official clipper!! Thank You

Abigail

I registered. SO now when I purchase at Fry's does it automaticall keep track of the box tops and send them in to Whittier?

Kim

This is a great idea. I registered online. How easy was that?

Kim

Have saved BoxTops for years, and our school does monthly promotions for the child with the most in each grade. We have family members save as well. It helps the school a lot.

Carolsue

This is a great program. I save boxtops for my sister's kids since mine aren't old enough yet.
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Carolsue

I posted your contest on my Blog
http://carolsbloggys.blogspot.com/2008/10/contests-from-our-bloggy-friends.html
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Deanna G.

This is such a great program! :)

Deanna G.

Tweeted:

http://twitter.com/calidreamin87/status/10167167479

Stacie Colella

I've heard of this before, but haven't ever saved them. I guess with a school aged kid (in 3 years), I should start saving, huh?

Stacie Colella

Just registered! Now my local school (that my son will attend) is set up...woo hoo!
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