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*Expired* Kellogg’s $10 Rebate

by Freebies4Mom on July 7, 2009 9:52 pm

Print your form to get a $10 rebate when you buy 10 Kellogg’s products in a single transaction before September 30. To print your form, look at the bottom right side and click on More just below $80 in Savings! You will be prompted to login (you’ve already registered if you signed-up for an All-K Pass). You can then download and print your rebate form. The rebate form has the 11 qualifying products listed on it.

Thanks to Coupon Cravings for sharing how to print this rebate form. Visit Coupon Cravings to find out how to get Eggos for FREE at Target thru July 20. And I just posted lots of printable coupons for products that qualify for this $10 Kellogg’s Rebate.

Speaking of “back to school rebates” you’ll also find the Kraft $20 Rebate offer to request by mail. Keep an eye out on your Sunday coupon inserts for more rebate offers. You’ll find more “free after rebate” products andmy tips to successfully get your rebate money.Plus read the guest post Ensure a Smooth Freebate Transaction for even more useful tips.

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Heather September 7, 2009 at 6:51 pm

Robin and Stephen – Nope, I mailed mine in at the end of July. I expect it to show-up, it just typically takes a long time for rebate checks.-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom


Robin and Stephen September 7, 2009 at 5:29 pm

Have you gotten your rebate check back yet?


Rebecca July 21, 2009 at 10:08 am

I can't download the rebate form, either!


Lori July 9, 2009 at 8:48 am

Anon- It's for a TON of Kellog's and Keebler products. I'm sure you can find easy items to fil up your pantry for this one. Wait for a sale and use a coupon on each item to maximize your savings!


Alaskan Bargain Hunter July 8, 2009 at 11:28 pm

I had the same error message as others, but I found a way around it. If you don't CLICK on the download link and instead right click on it and go to "save target as" you can save the PDF to your desktop and open it just fine without any draw errors. Just thought I'd pass that along to everyone!


Heather July 8, 2009 at 2:17 pm

I'm sorry that some are having trouble downloading the form. I use Acrobat Reader version 5.1 and have no problems. For a full list of products that are part of this rebate offer, please visit Coupon Cravings (link is in this post).-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom


Connie July 8, 2009 at 1:43 pm

I get that same drawing error and when it's done downloading, it's blank.


Anonymous July 8, 2009 at 11:49 am

I can't download this rebate. I keep getting a "drawing error" — whatever that is. I upgraded my adobe reader software, and still no luck. Can someone just tell me what products are on the form? If it's not for stuff we already buy, I'll just skip this.


Heather July 8, 2009 at 11:23 am

Prairie – Follow the instructions in this post to login and print your rebate form. If you get it from anywhere else it's not an official form and might not be accepted by Kellogg's when you mail it in.-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom


Prairie July 8, 2009 at 11:09 am

Heather, I don't see the link for the Kellogg's $10 Rebate form. Is it okay to copy this form? I did get a blurry one from another site and it states the form cannot be duplicated. I checked the Kellogg's site and the form is not available there. So how does one get the form?


Isabel's Mommy July 8, 2009 at 8:35 am

This is an awesome rebate. Our HyVee grocery store is having a grand opening sale this week and 3 Kellogg's cereals are 97 cents a box. Woohoo! The extra 30 cents I make will pay for part of that stamp. I was planning on buying a few boxes anyways just because the fruit loops would make a fun craft for preschool kids (stringing them to make a necklace or bracelet) at the tea party DD is having on Friday morning.


Heather July 7, 2009 at 10:23 pm

AnaMarie – Thanks for leaving a comment! Yes, you do need to pay shipping on the free Snapfish offer. For some people it's worth it – for others it's not – so you have to decide what your "deal threshold" is.I'm glad your family is benefiting from the freebies and money-savers I post on my blog. It's really amazing how saving a little here and there can add-up and have a positive impact on your household spending & saving.Thanks for reading, AnaMarie, and please give me feedback on how I can help you and others even more!-HeatherFreebies 4 Mom


AnaMarie July 7, 2009 at 10:19 pm

In regard to the freebie fr: Snapfish…you do have to pay shipping/handling for EACH of your free items, IE, we're getting the free 50 photos and the free playing cards, but we had to pay just under $10 for s/h. Still not bad for what we're getting even if we went to our local Walgreens, Walmart, CVS, etc…Thanks, Heather, for such a great site! If it weren't for you, I don't know what my family would do. We're a one income family w/a new baby so it's been extremely difficult at this time for us…to be able to save money on deoderant, soap, diapers, paper towels, pretty much anything we use on a regular basis means so much to us as we're able to pay our rent, buy food, pay our electricity, etc…so me online has become another part time "job" of sorts because seriously, I don't know how we would have been able to keep our head "above water" so to speak w/the current crap economy.Again, thanks for this great site and for sharing all your wonderful ideas, news, info, etc…


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