Sunday, January 31, 2010

$25 Kroger Gift Card Giveaway!


We are snowed in today here in Tennessee- even church was cancelled!  So I thought I'd start the week off for us with a great giveaway!  How about a $25 gift card to Kroger?!  Thanks to General Mills for providing me with a gift card, info and giveaway through MyBlogSpark!

Here's the scoop.  I'm sure most of you have heard of Box Tops for Education.  Its a fabulous program that allows you to redeem marked box tops for money that will go directly to the school of your choice.  Well they have made it even easier- go HERE to sign up with your Kroger or Kroger affiliate shopper's card. (it's quick)  When you buy specified items, you will earn electronic box tops that will go directly to the school of your choice- and you'll get 5 box tops just for signing up!

You can enter the $25 Kroger gift card giveaway up to 3 different times to win to better your chances. (leave a separate comment for each entry)  The winner will be selected (using random.org) on Thursday, February 4! 
  1. Share how Box Tops for Education has helped your child's school OR some basic needs your child's school has that could benefit from this program.
  2. Share your favorite money or time saving tip.
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9 comments:

  1. We never did box tops for education before because I couldn't afford to buy name brand products. But now that I'm couponing, I'm buying tons of stuff with box tops. The girls are loving taking them in to school and earning things for their class. They use them to buy projectors and other school supplies.

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  2. One time-saving tip that I use is to grocery shop WITHOUT my children. I know that's not always possible, but I do it on my lunch break at work.

    And a money saving tip that's important to remember with couponing...just because you have a coupon doesn't mean you have to buy it. It may not be a good deal...or you may not need it.

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  3. As a kid we always saved Box Tops for our schools, I just started saving them again. A friend of mine is a teacher and her class is collecting them. I am excited to be a part of it again. We always got new books and remember one time my school got a new TV, it was a big deal! =)

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  4. My favorite money saving tip is plan ahead! Plan your meals ahead, plan your list ahead and plan your coupons ahead and then stick to the list.

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  5. It is so neat to see how the box tops program has affected my childs school- they have been able to replenish their art supplies in ways they never could before! Thanks for doing this giveaway!

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  6. Our school is always in need of basic school supplies like pencils and paper. *Thanks* for the giveaway!
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  7. I save time by recording things on the computer that I used to write by hand. I never lose anything this way and it's so much easier to find what I'm looking for :)

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  8. I'm already your fan on facebook Jasmine! Love you!

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