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    Question about Kelloggs book reward

    I never buy Kelloggs cereal, but there was a deal in Kroger and I had a coupon so I bought 2 boxes for my food bank donation. I remembered they had a "buy 1 box, get a book" offer. Both mine qualified.

    I'm just wondering if anyone has done the offier, any particular books that are popular? I also have no kids or grandkids so books for kids is not something I know anything about. I'll be donating them to my library I guess. Where are people donating these?

    Kathy

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjwent View Post
    I never buy Kelloggs cereal, but there was a deal in Kroger and I had a coupon so I bought 2 boxes for my food bank donation. I remembered they had a "buy 1 box, get a book" offer. Both mine qualified.

    I'm just wondering if anyone has done the offier, any particular books that are popular? I also have no kids or grandkids so books for kids is not something I know anything about. I'll be donating them to my library I guess. Where are people donating these?

    Kathy
    I've been doing this the past 3 yrs. I get the books for my great-nephews. I think there are 3 different age levels you can choose from...Beginner (pre-school to kindergarten), up to 2nd grade level.

    If they are still available, Paw Patrol books are really popular right now. There are some Berenstein Bears books in there too, that kids like. And the ones about the Llama. My youngest nephew (1yr) likes the ones about the Duck and Goose

    After uploading your receipt, it will ask you if you want to keep it, or donate it. Click on donate. It should ask you where you want the book sent

    Can I select where I want my donated book(s) to go?
    Yes. The Kellogg’s Feeding Reading –Book offer program allows you to donate a book(s) to the school or library of your choice. When you are ready to redeem your credits collected for the offer, just select “Donate Your Book” to begin the donation process.
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    Thanks. That sounds great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjwent View Post
    I never buy Kelloggs cereal, but there was a deal in Kroger and I had a coupon so I bought 2 boxes for my food bank donation. I remembered they had a "buy 1 box, get a book" offer. Both mine qualified.

    I'm just wondering if anyone has done the offier, any particular books that are popular? I also have no kids or grandkids so books for kids is not something I know anything about. I'll be donating them to my library I guess. Where are people donating these?

    Kathy
    You have to pick the book program to upload your recpt too, it is under offers..
    I sent all mine too a friend in need in Calf. She uses them for family and Church.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunflowers View Post
    You have to pick the book program to upload your recpt too, it is under offers..
    I sent all mine too a friend in need in Calf. She uses them for family and Church.
    I did that -- I saw a banner for the books which is what made me check the participating products. Saw the 2 cereals I bought so I went right to the offer and uploaded my receipt. I was surprised it was accepted because I had just turned it in for points.

    Going to the site today to turn in for the books that were recommended by 3lilpigs and donate them. I'm sure I'll find a place.

    Kathy

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