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Kellogg's Cereal $0.60 / Box: $4.99x2, free 4 L Milk + receive 4000pts YMMV

Didn't see this posted b4, so here goes - delete if duplicate please

At Valu-mart Bayview/ Cummer (North York), saw signs buy two Kellogg's cereal (515-765g) and get 1 free 4L Milk bag. Yes, this is also on Loblaws flyer,

HOWEVER, in addition to this I got 4,000 Optimum pts!!

So math is two Cereal boxes 2 @ 4.99 ea = $9.98 Less milk free, value $4.79= $5.19 Less $4 (pts) = $1.19 for two boxes of Cereal - I bought All Bran Flakes 765g

Not sure if this is at all Loblaws affiliated stores.
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It is in the PC optimum apps, buy $8 of Kellogg bars, pop-tarts, kashi bars, eggo waffles or eggo pancakes, get 4000 points
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Anyone try to combine this with the free kellogg's cereal coupon as well?
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cgtlky wrote: It is in the PC optimum apps, buy $8 of Kellogg bars, pop-tarts, kashi bars, eggo waffles or eggo pancakes, get 4000 points
Yes, I saw that, but it didn't specify Cereal - so was surprised! And happy; now if only we can use it with the coupon Wet Banana has suggested, we would off to the races!
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You can always get PC to put that 4000 pts free when you inquire. I did that when I bought from SDM $8 of eggo waffles
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DealsHunterCo wrote: You can always get PC to put that 4000 pts free when you inquire. I did that when I bought from SDM $8 of eggo waffles
Also, i saw this.....A brand new Kellogg’s Grocery Card promotion is coming and it begins on February the 18th! Many of you are familiar with this popular repeat promotion, but for those who are not here is how it works. Purchase two specially marked boxes of Kellogg’s products that feature the promotion, and upload your receipt through the website Once approved, you will receive by mail, a $5 prepaid Visa. Looks like you can do this challenge in advance as long as boxes are specially marked. Combine and make money!!!

https://kelloggsgrocerycash.ca/opening-soon
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If this works on Kelloggs cereal too, I'm headed to my No Frills asap as they have 1.88 Kelloggs cereal there.
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sheriffabc wrote: Didn't see this posted b4, so here goes - delete if duplicate please

At Valu-mart Bayview/ Cummer (North York), saw signs buy two Kellogg's cereal (515-765g) and get 1 free 4L Milk bag. Yes, this is also on Loblaws flyer,

HOWEVER, in addition to this I got 4,000 Optimum pts!!

So math is two Cereal boxes 2 @ 4.99 ea = $9.98 Less milk free, value $4.79= $5.19 Less $4 (pts) = $1.19 for two boxes of Cereal - I bought All Bran Flakes 765g

Not sure if this is at all Loblaws affiliated stores.
This is some seriously twisted math to make the cereal feel less expensive. If I take your math then I got cheap cereal and full priced milk.

The deal is hot, no question about that.
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SamG852 wrote: This is some seriously twisted math to make the cereal feel less expensive. If I take your math then I got cheap cereal and full priced milk.

The deal is hot, no question about that.
Lol, agree, another way to look at it is for $5.98, you get free milk and 2 boxes of Cereal! Whichever way you look it - still a gd deal!
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I wonder if they use the same American company (the prepaid cards were mailed from the US) that makes the credit cards from the last round.
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joe2k1 wrote: I wonder if they use the same American company (the prepaid cards were mailed from the US) that makes the credit cards from the last round.
Probably... The last 3 rounds (or so) have all been from the same place. I doubt they would change it up
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Was it verified by anyone else that they got 4000 pts for $8 offer applied to the cereal purchase as well? Does this work on other Kellogg's cereals?
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yugo wrote: Was it verified by anyone else that they got 4000 pts for $8 offer applied to the cereal purchase as well? Does this work on other Kellogg's cereals?
check your PC optimum app offer.
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cgtlky wrote: check your PC optimum app offer.
offer doesn't say cereal's included, as also mentioned by others here... I'd also like someone else in Toronto to confirm/verify before i head out, maybe at another store. ran out of milk but i dont generally eat cereal
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ManCaveGamer wrote: offer doesn't say cereal's included, as also mentioned by others here... I'd also like someone else in Toronto to confirm/verify before i head out, maybe at another store. ran out of milk but i dont generally eat cereal
The cereal according to Op's is YMMV.
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I don't think cereal is supposed to be included, hence the ymmv. Good deal for OP though.
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sheriffabc wrote: (...) Not sure if this is at all Loblaws affiliated stores.
Good find OP.

Here's the milk offer from Loblaws and Value-mart.
That offer ends Wednesday January 20th:

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AnujS699 wrote: If this works on Kelloggs cereal too, I'm headed to my No Frills asap as they have 1.88 Kelloggs cereal there.
The $1.88 Kellogg's cereal at No Frills are 210-275g.
The milk promotion says 515g - 765g so it most likely won't work.
Though the regular price of cereal at No Frills must be lower than elsewhere like Loblaws.

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RCSS: no milk offer, no Kellogg's cereal deals.

Most of the times, Loblaws specials are available at Provigo in Québec but NOT this time.
Not available also at Maxi (Québec) another Loblaws banner.
ManCaveGamer wrote: offer doesn't say cereal's included, as also mentioned by others here... I'd also like someone else in Toronto to confirm/verify before i head out, maybe at another store. (...)
"ManCaveGamer" is right. Maybe OP found a glitch but before running around looking for "glitchy" 4,000 PCO points on Kellogg's cereal, it would be useful if posted their results at different banners.
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I can confirm that I did not receive the 4k points for 2 family size Kelloggs cereal at loblaws.

Congrats to anyone that did.

I did find this however, but like this deal, very YMMV

Found at Edmonton loblaws location
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I hate threads where people factor in the points they will be getting in the future.... you still had to pay a higher amount in order to get those points!!
sheriffabc wrote: Didn't see this posted b4, so here goes - delete if duplicate please

At Valu-mart Bayview/ Cummer (North York), saw signs buy two Kellogg's cereal (515-765g) and get 1 free 4L Milk bag. Yes, this is also on Loblaws flyer,

HOWEVER, in addition to this I got 4,000 Optimum pts!!

So math is two Cereal boxes 2 @ 4.99 ea = $9.98 Less milk free, value $4.79= $5.19 Less $4 (pts) = $1.19 for two boxes of Cereal - I bought All Bran Flakes 765g

Not sure if this is at all Loblaws affiliated stores.
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roblombardi wrote: I hate threads where people factor in the points they will be getting in the future.... you still had to pay a higher amount in order to get those points!!
You get the points immediately.
If you mean by "in the future" that the discount is not immediate, well that's the nature of points.
If you don't want to deal with points, don't click.
It says right in the title that points are involved.
Even though he "had to pay a higher amount" at first, indeed, in the end, OP enjoyed a very cheap bowl of cereal this morning.
With two 765g boxes of All Bran Flakes, I know a RFD member who will be regular for a while. Face With Tears Of Joy

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