WOW! Buy 1 Kellogg’s Product & Score a FREE Book (You Can Get up to 10!)
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Getting kiddos to read this summer just got easier – AND it’s free!
Who doesn’t love a free book? All the way through 10/30/23, Kellogg’s Feeding Reading program is giving away FREE Penguin Random House Books with the purchase of select Kellogg’s products! Plus, you just have to buy ONE participating product to qualify for a FREE book!
Even better, you can get up to 10 FREE books with your Kellogg’s purchases! There are so many different participating products that you can buy, so getting your free books is easy!
As one idea, you can pop over to Walgreens where select Kellogg’s Breakfast items are part of a buy 1, get 1 free sale for some sweet savings – and 2 free books! 😉 Plus you can possibly score an additional 10% off when you use promo code GET10 or WAG10 at checkout. These offers can only be used three times per account.
Note that you’ll need to spend at least $10 for free in-store pickup, so consider adding some of the best Walgreens Weekly deals to your order!
Walgreens Deal Ideas (Thru 8/19):
Buy 3 select Kellogg’s Cereals 10.1oz Boxes $6.79 each
Total = $20.37
Less buy 1, get 2 free sale = $6.79
Use the $1/3 select Kellogg’s Cereal digital manufacturer’s coupon (exp. 9/17)
Use promo code WAG10 or GET10 (10% off)
Final cost $5.22 total – just $1.74 each!
*Head over here and submit your receipt for 3 FREE books after purchase!
Once you’ve made your purchase, follow these steps to snag your free books:
- Buy any participating Kellogg’s product in-store or online.
- Take a picture of your receipt.
- Visit FeedingReading.com and upload your receipt within 30 days of purchase. Each receipt must be uploaded separately by 10/30/23.
- Earn credits to redeem the book(s) of your choice to keep or donate. (Credits must be redeemed by 11/15/23).
Keep your kiddos reading this summer with all these programs!