FREE Kellogg’s Cereal Vintage T-Shirt Promotion

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Get a vintage Kellogg’s cereal T-Shirt for free.  Choose between Toucan Sam (Froot Loops), Tony the Tiger (Frosted Flakes), or that weird Kellogg’s cereal peacock thing.   Here’s how …

You need to get two PIN codes.  One PIN code is printed inside each participating package of Kellogg’s cereal.  Among other things, Kellogg’s makes Rice Krispies, Froot Loops, Frosted Flakes, and Mini-Wheats, and Corn Pops (it appears that all of these are eligible products). I should also point out that this offer is only available in Canada.

 

A Box of Corn Pops with the Free Vintage Tee offer printed on it

 

One Kellogg’s cereal that I do like is Just Right (it does not seem that Just Right is eligible for this offer, however).   I rather like Rice Krispies as well (I used to love Rice Krispies as a kid).  I will consider buying a couple of boxes if they are on sale and claim my free vintage t-shirt.  I don’t think I would actually wear it to the mall or to the prom or to a job interview or anything like that, but I could use it as a good painting or cleaning t-shirt.  Failing that, I can always use an extra cleaning rag.  I could also give it to someone who has a love for Toucan Sam or Tony the Tiger or that weird Kellogg’s cereal peacock thing.

In any case, I will eat the Rice Krispies, so why not get a free t-shirt in the process?  The Kellogg’s cereal T-Shirt Promotion expires on August 15th, 2011, so you better act fast if you want a free vintage tee.  Once again, this offer is only available in Canada and while quantities last.

General Mills (the maker’s of Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Nesquik, etc.) is also offering a Free Beach Blanket promotion right now.   Check it out.

The details of the Kellogg’s cereal T-Shirt promotion can be found here at their website.

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1 comment

    • Allen on August 20, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    Thanks Froogalist for the excellent post. I just bookmarked your blog and look forward to returning from occasionally to see more of your articles.

    Cheers

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