We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But how do you get your kids to eat healthily in the morning? How do you introduce variety into their morning routine so your kids wouldn’t skip breakfast? Kellogs has this in mind when they developed Special K – a fun and easy to prepare breakfast for kids and adults alike.
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Cereal lovers can enjoy lots of discounts when buying Special K products. As affordable as they already are, prices are further reduced by fixed amount coupons. For example, a box of cereals can save you $1 if you have the right coupon.
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Get Special K coupons to get special discounts. Visit the Special K section on this website for getting the ultimate coupon list or also by visiting the Kellogwebsite and click “Get coupons from Kellog”. You will be asked to register (don’t worry, Kellogs will keep your information private). Not only will you get coupons for signing up, you’ll also get giveaways, promotions and recipes.
You can also shop for other Kellogg’s brands such as Froot Loops, Rice Krispies and Pop Tarts, as they may contain coupons for Special K.
The Sunday paper and various magazines is also a great place to see Special K coupons. And don’t forget to leaf through supermarket circulars, too!
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There are so many ways to save a few bucks with Special K products. In fact, purchasing one granola bar can save you $1. You can also save $1 when purchasing 2 boxes of cereal.
If you have been craving for Cracker Chips or Popcorn Chips, it is another way to save a dollar.
For the person who would rather down a glass of wheat and oat bran, she can enjoy $1 off on special Breakfast Shakes or To Go Shakes.
Get even bigger savings when for a combination of products – save $2 for anyprotein shake when you buy any 2 boxes of cereal.
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A dollar goes a long way especially when you got it from being frugal. Keep on buying at mark down with coupons and you will still have a few bucks left over for the rainy day.
A dollar saved for one piece of granola bar means $8 monthly savings assuming you eat one bar at least twice a week. At the same time, if you are a fan of breakfast shakes, saving $1 per morning meant $30 in savings over the course of one month. If you have collected enough coupons to last you a year, the savings would roughly equate to more than $360. That’s about a crate full of power shakes! With discounts like these, who would want to skip breakfast?