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Find Out How to Get a $5 Walmart eGift Card w/$15 Quaker Products Purchase

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‘Tis the season to save big at Walmart!

Through December 15th, hop on over to Walmart.com or head in store where you can score a $5 Walmart eGift Card by email when you purchase $15 of select Quaker Products in a single transaction, including Cap’n Crunch, Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, Aunt Jemima and lots more! It’s the perfect opportunity to stock up for school lunchbox needs or grab some stocking stuffers.

Check out these deals…

Buy one Quaker Chewy Granola Bars and Dipps 58-Count Variety Pack $11.90
Buy one Cap’n Crunch Breakfast Cereal 28oz Box Twin Pack $7.72
Pay $19.62
Submit for $5 Walmart eGift Card
Final cost only $19.62 for all + get a $5 Walmart eGift card!
*Note that prices may vary slightly by location.


Buy one Quaker Simply Granola, Oats, Apples, Cranberries & Almonds 28 oz Box $4.50 – $5.50
Buy one Rice-a-Roni Fiesta Favorites 10-Box Variety Pack $11.99
Pay as low as $16.49
Submit for $5 Walmart eGift Card
Final cost only $16.49 for all + get a $5 Walmart eGift card!
*Note that prices may vary slightly by location.


Here’s how to get your $5 Walmart eGift Card!
  1. Buy $15 in participating Quaker Products at Walmart.com or in-store
  2. Email your receipt to submit@quakerseasonalsavings.com
  3. Receive a FREE $5 Walmart eGift Card by email in about two business days

This is a sponsored post. I was invited to write about Quaker by ShopHer Media Influencer Marketing Agency: All opinions here, however, are my own.

  • Shipping Info

    Walmart

    Choose free in-store pick up if available near you; otherwise, score free 2-day shipping on any eligible $35+ order or pay $5.99 for shipping for orders under $35.

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Comments 2

  1. Kristin

    Be warned, it took 6 weeks and several emails to get my gift card!

  2. Michelle W

    I will try this! My husband is a pilot and eats oatmeal for breakfast on his trips. Not only is it healthier but it is also cheaper than airport food.

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