My niece and nephew go to a private Christian school and Box Tops for Education make a big difference in their year. I always take the time to cut those little squares from our cereal boxes and anywhere else I can find them. Each time they visit I have a bag filled for them to add to their collection. My brother has even been known to dig through boxes at the recycling center with another student’s father to collect extra box tops! Now that’s a dedicated father!
With September around the corner it’s time to start on stocking up on your favorite Box Tops for Education products. Head to your local Walmart to find participating products loaded with 4 Box Tops! Products such as Nature Valley Oats ‘N Honey Crunchy Granola Bars, Yoplait and Progresso.
- Look for the Box Tops display at your local Walmart to earn 4 Box Tops on more than 100 of your family’s favorite items including Cheerios, Hamburger Helper, Nature Valley and Totinos
- By liking Walmart on Facebook you can earn more Box Tops from General Mills
- Check out the Box Tops For Education website to learn more about the Box Tops Program and how you can help your school reach its goal for the 2012-2013 school year
- Visit EarnMoreForMySchool.com to find out how you can earn even more for your school with eBox Tops
I made a trip to my local Walmart to see what items were offered in this promotion. I found them located all over the store including frozen food items like Totino’s Party Pizza.
And of course I found them on plenty of cereal options like Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch and my daughter’s recent favorite Lucky Charms. (This is her “Moooom can we please get these?” face! Should I be surprised? It was my favorite as a kid too even though I could only have them at my friend’s house!)
Look for Box Tops for Education available nationwide at your local Walmart!
I have a $25 Walmart gift card to give away to one lucky reader so you can stock up at Walmart for back to school!
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Disclosure: The Walmart gift card, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by General Mills and Walmart through MyBlogSpark. I received a small gift for my time to write this post, however all thoughts remain 100% my own.