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Cheerios Cereal Only $1.38 After CVS Rewards (Starting 6/17)

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Starting June 17th, head to CVS where they will be offering a $1 ExtraBuck Reward (limit 1) when you buy select Cheerios cereal which will also be on sale for only $2.88 per box (regularly $5.19)!

Combine these offers with some printable coupons to snag your favorite cereal for cheap!

CVS Deal Idea (Starting 6/17):

(Thanks, Wild for CVS!)

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  1. Sara

    There is a rebate offer in the newest Rouses ad that should be looked at. I don’t know if I should or can say much else. In the fine print it says: This offer may not be published in any rebating magazine, website or elsewhere without written permission from General Mills, Inc.

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for the heads up!

    • mel

      Thanks. For some reason my junk paper rarely has the Rouses ad included, so I checked the flyer online. Looks to be for a bunch of new GM/BC/OEP items and purchases can only be made at Rouses in Louisiana, Mississippi & Alabama. They also have Digiorno Thin & Crispy pizza $3.88, so that will work out nicely with the $6/3 IP!!

    • Sara

      In the fine print it says: This offer is void where taxed, regulated, or prohibited. Food is taxed in all three states. Why would they offer this rebate in states that tax food? Do they mean a different type of tax?

      I think food is fully taxed in Mississippi and Alabama. Food is exempt at the state level in Louisiana, but parishes and cities can still tax it. It is 3% in Baton Rouge. That would be $2.40 at the max value of $80.16. I don’t know if this rebate would reimburse sales taxes.

      • mel

        IDK what that means? I get charged 3.5% tax on food (Jefferson parish). Rebates never reimburse sales tax though.

        I just did a search for ‘This offer is void where taxed, regulated, or prohibited.’ One site, it was answered
        The phrase “void where taxed” placed on rebates and sweepstakes form protects the business form paying tax in a local jurisdictions. The prizes are taxed as income of the winner instead.
        Which still really doesn’t make much sense!

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