Breakfast cereal coupons can help shoppers save money at the grocery store and when they shop online. Served hot or cold, cereal has been a favorite and a staple on the breakfast menu, for decades.
Children and adults have a favorite brand of cereal and no matter what the brand, it usually cost four dollars or more for a large box, sometimes even when it is on sale.
The first ready-to-eat cereal was made by Dr. James Caleb Jackson. In 1863, he created Granula, the first breakfast cereal. Today, there are many different brands and varieties of cereals available; Post, Kellogg’s, General Mills, Malt O Meal, Granola and many more brands are on the grocery store shelves.
Where to Get Cereal Printable Coupons
There are dozens of coupon websites. RetailMeNot.com, GoGoShopper.com, and Savings.com each have a long list of current cereal printable coupons and cereal coupon codes.
Coupons for cereal can also be found on many of the cereal manufacturers website. Many of the websites also have a newsletter that accept members for free. After becoming a member you can receive printable coupons and other promotional offers on a regular basis.
General Mills offer – Save $1.50 on any two boxes of Big G cereals from General Mills.
At Kellogg.com – Save $1.00 on any two boxes of Kellogg’s cereals.
Cereal coupons are in the Sunday edition of your local newspaper every time coupons are inserted. They are usually grouped together with the option to buy several different kind for one dollar off two boxes.
Grocery stores regularly have promotional deals in the cereal isle. Walmart have discount prices and there are in-store coupons in the cereal isle.
You can check the stores weekly ads for current sales and promotions.
Whenever possible get coupons from friends and family members to increase your savings.