Being in a rush, being short on time, or just being overwhelmed can lead to some decisions that may not be good for our families or our bank accounts. Did you know that having breakfast at home can save a family lots of money? It's time to get the Breakfast at Home Savings Challenge.
During this challenge, families can see just how much time and money you could save during the week by shopping and eating breakfast at home. While I know that stopping by a drive-thru or grabbing a donut is convenient, but it can be costly. The other morning a breakfast stop cost $25 (4 breakfast sandwiches and 4 donuts). If I took the same money, I could buy cereal for several weeks during this savings event. Not to mention that the calories in a bowl of cereal are far less than the breakfast sandwich and a donut. Eating at home is good for the body and my wallet.
With in-store savings and at home printed coupons, families can save on favorite cereals. General Mills breakfast items like Honey Nut Cheerios®, Lucky Charms® and Cinnamon Toast Crunch® cereals have numerous savings during this promotion.
On the Breakfast at Home Makes Cents website, families can print $9 worth of coupons on these cereals. Also, specialty marked boxes offer up to $6 in savings.
Are you ready to take the Breakfast at Home Makes Cents challenge? How many boxes of cereal could you purchase with $25? Check out the prize package that I have to give one of my readers.
- $25 gift card to use during the event
- • One box of Honey Nut Cheerios®
- • One box of Lucky Charms®
- • Big G Bowl
- • Big G lip balm
- • Retail Value: $39
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Disclosure: I received this prize package to use and to giveaway by MyBlogSpark.