Thursday, September 15, 2011

$5 in Free Scholastic Books with 2 Kellogg's Codes

Scholastic Book Club and Kellogg's are teaming up to give you a $5 coupon towards Scholastic Books with the purchase of two participating Kellogg's products sold exclusively at Walmart.  I found out about this amazing deal (and the opportunity to print $1/2 Kellogg's cereal coupons) via email a few days after signing up for the Kellogg's Newsletter here.  Here's what you have to do:
  1. Purchase any two participating Kellogg's products, and find special codes inside each box.
  2. Enter both codes online at and download your $5 book coupon, good for Scholastic book(s) or other products.
  3. Then follow the instructions to redeem your coupon through your child's classroom teacher or at the Scholastic Store Online. 
  4. And Repeat!  You can do this as many times as you want, but all codes must be entered by 7/1/12.
** Ok, so I wrote that entire post while on hold with Scholastic.  I had 4 boxes of Raisin Bran, thus giving me 2- $5 coupons.  Apparently, you can only use one $5 code per online transaction.  Each $5 code can only be used on ONE book that is valued at $5 or less.  Also, make sure you get your school's 5-character code before you start the ordering process.  The books will be sent to your child's school if you use the school code, thus eliminating shipping charges.  Tax is not charged.  You must put in credit card information even if your total is $0.00.

Although I found it silly to have to do two separate transactions, it works out better for the teachers!  They are awarded a free book PER online transaction.  Therefore, Scholastic will be giving me 2 free books (Purplicious and Pinkalicious) and my gremlin's teacher 2 free books.  All for the price of 4 boxes of Raisin Bran!  I used two $1/2 coupons that I received after signing up for the Kellogg's Newsletter which further reduced my out of pocket costs.  Keep an eye out for additional Kellogg's product coupons.  ALSO, keep an eye out for sale prices in competitor's ads, as you can ad match them at Walmart!

Please forward the link to this post to any teachers and parents you know who might want to take advantage of this program.

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