Friday, August 14, 2015

#ad Start Collecting Your Bonus Boxtops at Walmart #BTFE

 Sponsored by General Mills

Soon it will be time to head back to school -- are you ready? Sounds like a little shopping is in order to gear up for the new school year.  Since you have to go shopping anyway, why not earn cash for your school at the same time?

 Box Tops for Education have helped nearly 80,000 schools across the country earn millions since the program started in 1996. Box Tops gives schools funds they can use for whatever they need most including  textbooks, laptops, musical instruments, playground equipment, field trips, and basic classroom supplies. In fact, Box Tops is one of America’s largest school earnings loyalty programs.

I have always been a huge supporter of Box Tops for Education. My children actually fight over who's going to take each batch in to their teachers. Saving tons of Box Tops has never been an issue for me. Some of my favorites include General Mills cereals, Betty Crocker, and Fiber One. With a family of six, we go through tons of these products. Of course, the best place to stock up on our favorites is Walmart. With their rollback prices, you get the best deals.

Collecting Box Tops is easy. Simply cut the squares from participating brands and start adding up the savings. Each box top is worth $.10, and believe me, it adds up quickly. This past year, my daughter's school raised over $500 just by cutting out box tops. This time of year, you can rather even more savings. Many General Mills products are offering bonus Boxtops throughout the back to school season.

Since this program began in 1996, over $525 Million has been earned, so it's obvious it's making a big difference. If you want to learn about all the participating General Mill products and other ways to help earn money for your school, be sure to head to your local Walmart and check out all the great savings on your favorite Box Top brands today.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.