Disclosure: The information and prize pack have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.
Do you know how much money you could save by having breakfast at home?
Here at the Frugal Follies household, we eat a good breakfast at home every morning, and it saves us lots of money! For the kids, a breakfast at school costs $1.20 - and that's just for cereal and juice. That's $216 per child per year! Eating that meal at home costs a fraction of that.
And for the adults, eating a good meal like scrambled eggs, oatmeal, or cereal with milk saves us not only money, but also time. Sometimes it seems like time is the more expensive commodity!
So wake up and take the “Breakfast at Home Savings Challenge” to see just how much time and money you could save during the week by shopping and eating breakfast at home.
Beginning on June 15th, take advantage of great savings in-store and online on some of your family's favorite General Mills breakfast items like Honey Nut Cheerios®, Lucky Charms® and Cinnamon Toast Crunch® cereals! Simply select the coupons you want and print them directly from your printer. It’s that simple! Visit EveryDaySaver.com/breakfastathome for details!
And here's a great giveaway to get your started on saving by making breakfast at home!
One winner will receive a prize package containing the following items:
- $25 VISA gift card
- One box of Lucky Charms®
- One box of Honey Nut Cheerios®
- Big G Bowl
- Big G lip balm
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclosure: Frugal Follies is not responsible for prize shipment. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the giveaway. One winner will be chosen via random.org at the end of the giveaway. If you are the winner, Frugal Follies will contact you via the Rafflecopter email you have provided. If you do not respond within 48 hours, you will be ruled ineligible to win the prize, and another winner will be chosen. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.
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