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Great Deals on General Mills Cereal at Walgreens & CVS (Starting 8/4 – Print Your Coupons Now!)

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Just a heads up! Starting Sunday, August 4th, you may be interested in heading on over to Walgreens and/or CVS where they are both offering up awesome sales on General Mills cereal!

Check it out…

Walgreens

General Mills cereal 8.9-12.3 oz $1.88

Coupons available:
Use the $0.75/1 Fiber One Cereal coupon found in the 7/28 SS
Or the $0.75/1 Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch coupon found in the 6/30 SS
Or the $0.75/1 Total Whole Grain or Total Raisin Bran coupon found in the 7/14 SS
Or use the $1/2 boxes of Cheerios cereals coupon found here
Or the $1/2 boxes any General Mills kid cereals coupon found here or in the 8/4 SS
Or the $0.50/1 Cheerios coupon found here or in the 7/14 SS
Or the $0.50/1 Chex Box coupon found in the 7/28 SS
Or use the $0.50/2 Chex Mix coupon found in the 8/4 SS
Or the various cereal coupons found here

Final cost as low as $1.13 (depending on what’s included in the sale)!

CVS

General Mills cereal 8.9-14 oz (excludes Fiber One) or Cascadian Farm Organic 16 oz 3/$8.64 = $3 Ecb (limit 1)

Deal Scenario:
Buy 1 Golden Graham’s cereal 13 oz
Buy 1 Cascadian Farm cereal 16 oz
Buy 1 Cocoa Puffs cereal 11.8 oz
Total = $8.64
Use the $1/2 boxes any General Mills kid cereals coupon found here or in the 8/4 SS
Plus, use the $0.75/1 Cascadian Farm Granola Bars or Cereal coupon found here (Facebook)
Pay as low as $6.89
Get back $3 Ecb
Plus, get $0.75 in your Saving Star account for buying Cascadian Farm Product
Plus, get $0.75 in your Saving Star account for buying Golden Grahams cereal
Plus, get $0.50 in your Saving Star account for buying Cocoa Puffs cereal

Final cost as low as $1.89 for all 3 – just $0.63 each!

*Don’t forget that these deals do NOT start until August 3rd!

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13 Hip Readers Commented

  • mel says:

    You can’t use manuf paper coupons with individual Savingstar e-coupons. If you click on the “i” for each e-offer, the T/C says “One coupon per purchase of specified product(s)…No other coupon may be used with this coupon” Only on the buy more or save offers, can you use paper coupons.

  • DeAnn says:

    Beware of the Saving Star deals, as I have found that they take in to consideration the coupons you use and you won’t get the savings. Very disappointing. I tried the Axe deal recently and it was spend $15 get $5 in your SS account. I did it and used coupons, but when I checked my SS account it shows I was credited for the amount I spent AFTER coupons.

    • el says:

      That’s odd. I did the axe deal at cvs Sun and got $9 towards the $15. I used ebs and the $1.25/2 cpn. Might want to contact them. I’ve had good luck with them replying and crediting my account on 2 different occasions.

    • Emily says:

      I would assume it would take the price after coupons, as they have no idea what the price was before…however the deal Collin posted is on one single box it doesn’t matter how much you pay for it. I personally love SS I consider it free cash, I click all the coupons when they come out and then if use them great and if I don’t oh well! HTH :)

  • Andria says:

    I’ve always gotten credit even if I used a paper q on the same item. Weird.

    • DeAnn says:

      But did it give you the full price of the item, or the price after the coupon? I am new to SavingStar, but not sure I will pursue deals with them.. I like Ibotta way better!

      • el says:

        What did you buy and how much were they? What did savingstar credit?

        • DeAnn says:

          I bought 2 shave gel @ 4.99/2.49, and 2 deodorants 5.49/2.74 used 2) $-2 coupons plus $1.50/2. They gave me credit for exactly how much I spent $10.21, not the $15.71. I did receive the $5 Up from Rite Aid.

  • Amanda M says:

    Just gonna throw my 2 cents here lol :) I don’t do Ibotta or anything else that seems like work for that matter, I do Savingstar, e coupons for grocery stores like Shop Rite and my regular coupons. When I do Savingstar I look at it as a bonus for example at Stop and Shop ( a while ago) I got 6 Greek yogurts at 1.00 a piece it took off 5.00 instant in-store saving and I used a $1/5 coupon and got back the 1.00 Saving Star. When I did this deal it was free yogurt not a 1.00 MM I find this way of thinking is so much less stressful that buying something I may not need just because savingstar or ibotta will make it better. When I coupon I consider my time, effort, gas, ink, emotions etc to ensure I don’t go crazy like I did when I first found couponing.. Sorry for such a long post just wanted to put it out there :)

  • Vishnu says:

    Anybody have issues with using smiths and saving star. Cvs purchases show up in a day or too, but I am yet to get credit for smiths shopping. We are not much of a cereal family and hence all these deals are paving way to food bank donations. Glad to be able to finally give back.

  • claudia says:

    Does this deal start on August 3rd or 4th?

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