Up to 10 FREE Kids Books When You Buy Kellogg’s Products

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Stock up on breakfast, earn free books!

Through September 30th, Kellogg’s Family Rewards is offering a FREE Penguin Random House Book when you purchase a participating Kellogg’s products!

Even better, each participant can score up to TEN free books! You’ll be able to choose from popular series like Paw Patrol, Dr. Seuss, Berenstain Bears, Corduroy, and many more. There are a whopping 125 different titles for all reading levels!

Purchases can be made in multiple transactions with a maximum of five receipts per day. You can see the participating products here.

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Here’s how to score your free books:

  • Buy any participating specially marked Kellogg’s product.
  • Take a picture of your receipt.
  • Log into your Kellogg’s Family Rewards account and upload your receipt within 30 days of purchase (each receipt must be uploaded separately). The last day to upload your receipts is 10/30/20.
  • Get credit(s) to redeem the book(s) of your choice to keep, or donate to a school or library (must be redeemed by 12/1/20).

Your book choices will be shipped free within 8 weeks to the address on file in your Kellogg’s Family Rewards account. You’ll also have the option to send your books to the library or school of your choice.

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Looking for a Kellogg’s deal?

Hop on over to KelloggsFamilyRewards.com where you can print a $1/2 Kellogg’s Cereals coupon.

Take this coupon to CVS for a great deal on cereal that will help you to score your free books!

CVS Deal Idea (Thru 5/30):

Kellogg's Cereal at CVS

Buy 2 Kellogg’s Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes or Pops Cereals $1.99 each (regularly $5.29)
Total = $3.98
Use the $1/2 Kellogg’s Cereals printable coupons found here
Pay $2.98
Submit for 2 free books
Final cost $2.98 total – just $1.49 per box + 2 FREE books!

Prefer your books in digital form? Head here!

(Thanks, Diane!)

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