Kellogg’s: Collect Codes on Cereal Boxes Towards Prizes (including Movie Concession Cash and Tickets)

June 10, 2010


We picked up a box of Fruit Loops this week and I noticed this promotion on the back. Select Kellogg’s Cereal Boxes have codes inside them that you can turn in for prizes. Collect just 3 codes and you’ll get $5 Concession Cash for participating theaters. I know several of you received those Free Toy Story 3 Movie tickets from buying the Toy Story and Toy Story 2 BluRays. I thought this might be a way for you to get some concession money to go with it. (If not, you can collect 6 codes for a free movie ticket or get one of the other prizes.)

You can see all the details on the Kellogg’s Toy Story 3 Program and you can see which items to look for that might have the codes in them. Just be sure you buy the right boxes that contain the codes.

Don’t forget to use coupons:

$1/2 Kellogg’s Cereal Printable Coupon

$1/2 Kellogg’s Cereal Printable Coupon (second link)

$1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats Coupon in 6/6/10 Red Plum Insert

$1.50 Off Three 10oz or Larger Kellogg’s Cereal in 5/23/10 Red Plum Insert

Jewel has Select Kellogg’s Cereal for $1.75 when you buy 5 in one transaction through 6/16/10.  You should be able to get a sweet deal on cereal plus enough codes for concession money if you can find the right boxes that are included in on the sale and have the codes inside them and use a couple coupons.

{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jen June 10, 2010 at 2:48 pm

we got enough points to get two Hamm banks. I think it ends the end of the month

2 Lisa June 10, 2010 at 3:02 pm

*snicker* My mom went a little nuts when she found about the TS3 ticket promotion from Kelloggs, since we all love TS, cereal AND movie tickets. All in all, we bought over 60 boxes of cereal and got enough free tickets for our entire family (and we have a BIG family), plus a few extras, plus maybe 30+ $ in concession cash. So, naturally we’re all very excited for next weekend!

3 coupongeek June 10, 2010 at 3:17 pm

LOL….thanks for sharing, Lisa! I love to hear stories from my reader friends! I hope you all have a fabulous time at the movies next week. We are hoping to take my son to it and it will be his first in-theater movie experience. So I’m pretty excited myself! :)

Jaycie

4 Tracy Harper June 10, 2010 at 6:09 pm

Jen, the site says the promotion goes through 6/30/11; not the end of this month. That gives me plenty of time to collect codes now. :)

5 Candi Curtis June 10, 2010 at 8:18 pm

Yep, I’m one of those crazy people who bought a bunch. Well, I got 18 the first time around and I’ll be heading back. We have a Fred Meyers and they had an end of the isle sale where you got 6 boxes for $10 and when you bought 5 boxes in a row you got a Catalina for $4 off your next order. So I rolled the coupon twice. So in total I paid $30 minus the $4 X 2, Total of $22 for 18 boxes of cereal but that gets me 3 movie tickets! which would have cost that much anyways and as I was planning to go either the tickets or the cereal would be considered free. LOL we have 5 in our family and are actually now running out of the 18 boxes so I am hoping to find a good deal this week so I can restock and get the last two tickets so we can go for free.

6 katherine jolly June 11, 2010 at 8:31 am

i bought 30 boxes so we are going to the movies tomorrow 4 free movie tickets and $10 in concession cash we are excited to go

7 gregoria June 11, 2010 at 8:46 am

my sister and i are both collecting cereal codes. do you know if they can be shared between us?

8 coupongeek June 11, 2010 at 9:23 am

I think you just need separate accounts through Kellogg’s. Unless you pool them together and then have the items shipped to one address?

9 Aneesa February 15, 2012 at 7:40 am

Kellogs codes do not work they are useless

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