Kellogg

Kellogg’s is a major producer of cereal and other convenience foods, such as cookies, toaster pastries, cereal bars, frozen waffles, crackers, and vegetarian foods. The brands include Keebler, Special K, Corn Flakes, Froot Loops, Pringles, Kashi, Cheez-Its, Eggo, Morningstar Farms, Rice Krispies and man, many more. Kellogg’s was founded as Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company in 1906 by Will Keith Kellogg, and their first product was, of course, Corn Flakes. It was renamed as the Kellogg Company in 1922, and they still have their headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan as they did when the company was founded. Save on breakfast, snacks, lunch, and dinner with these coupons below for household-favorite, Kellogg’s.

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Kellogg’s Savings! 

Kellogg’s is a major producer of cereal and other convenience foods, such as cookies, toaster pastries, cereal bars, frozen waffles, crackers, and vegetarian foods. Kellogg’s brands include Keebler, Special K, Corn Flakes, Froot Loops, Pringles, Kashi, Cheez-Its, Eggo, Morningstar Farms, Rice Krispies and man, many more. Kellogg’s was founded as Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Company in 1906 by Will Keith Kellogg, and their first product was, of course, Corn Flakes. It was renamed as the Kellogg Company in 1922, and they still have their headquarters in Battle Creek, Michigan as they did when the company was founded.

How to Save on Kellogg’s Products

Kellogg’s is one of the easier brands for finding a great deal. They have a ton of products, and promote them with lots of coupons, sales, and in-store promotions, so this is a great place for a new couponer to start saving some real money. Although Kellogg’s products might not be as expensive as other purchases made at the store, they certainly can add up, because they are products you use every day, such as cereal, breakfast bars, cookies, waffles, and crackers. So how do you start saving on your favorite Kellogg’s products? Read on!

Clip Your Coupons

Kellogg’s releases coupons for just about every product they produce, so always use a coupon when you can. Find coupons for Kellogg’s products in your Sunday coupon inserts, print them up on the GCN coupon page, or print them from the Kellogg’s Family Rewards Coupon Page. You can also find store coupons for Kellogg’s from many retailers, including Walgreens, Target, CVS, and many more. Find them in store sales ads and websites.

Signing up for Kellogg’s Rewards is another great way to save on Kellogg’s products. When you sign up, you’ll be able to enter Kellogg’s codes, collect points, and earn rewards. These rewards can lead to higher value coupons! This is also where you can always find coupons for cereals, breakfast bars and more.

Know Your Prices

Although Kellogg’s carries many products, cereal is definitely their most popular category, so it’s a good idea to figure out your stock up price and good deal price on cereal, or any product that you buy frequently. My stock-up price for cereal is under $1 per box, yours may vary due to regional pricing differences. My good deal price is $1.50 – $2 per box. If I’m well stocked on cereal, I won’t pay more than $1 a box, but if my kids have made a run through the pantry and we’re low, I’ll look for deals around $1.50 – $2 per box. This of course can vary by the type of cereal that you purchase also. Froot Loops generally sell for a lot less than Kashi, so keep that in mind when you’re figuring out your stock up prices. If you have favorite cereals, start keeping track of the sales cycle, and the lowest prices you find. Once you know your best price, you can add coupons and know you’re getting a great deal. And when you see a really great deal on a cereal you love, get as many as you can!  

Contact Kellogg’s

Call Kellogg’s at 1-800-962-1413

Or write to Kellogg’s at:
Kellogg’s Consumer Affairs
P.O. Box CAMB
Battle Creek, MI 49016


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