Coupon Site Can Slash Your Grocery Bill by $300 Per Year

Coupon Site Can Slash Your Grocery Bill by $300 Per Year Photo (cc) by theimpulsivebuy

General Mills is the company behind a couple dozen food brands — including Betty Crocker, Häagen-Dazs and Cheerios, to name a few. And the publicly traded company issues coupons.

As of today, 26 coupons worth up to $20.05 in savings are currently available through Tablespoon, which is General Mills’ website and newsletter devoted to recipes and coupons. (Here is a preview of the daily email newsletter.)

The brands covered by these coupons include:

  • “Big G” cereals (Cheerios, Chex, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms)
  • Cascadian Farm
  • Nature Valley
  • Pillsbury
  • Progresso
  • Yoplait

Each year, coupons worth up to $300 in savings are available through Tablespoon, according to the site. All that’s required to access these coupons is to sign up for Tablespoon.

General Mills does require personal information such as your email address, ZIP code and birthdate during the sign-up process. If you’re worried about receiving spam, create a separate email address that you can use exclusively to sign up for deal programs like Tablespoon.

To learn about Procter & Gamble’s equivalent to Tablespoon, check out “56 Coupons to Slash Your Household Expenses This Week.”

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