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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
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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